A new collaborative project will focus on improving materials and manufacturing methods that could significantly advance capabilities of the US Army.
UT maintains its ranking among the nation’s top graduate acting programs.
At the Tokyo Olympics, more than a dozen UT student–athletes will compete or coach, continuing a long tradition of university involvement in the Summer Games.
The “corpse flower” smells like a rotting body when it blooms.
Former Lady Vol swimmer and 2020 graduate Erika Brown will compete on Team USA in the 100-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics.
UT alumna Courtney Lyle will broadcast Olympic field hockey for NBC.
UT Humanities Scholars Excel in National Research Funding, Digital Humanities
UT’s 1962 College Bowl team impressed national TV viewers.
Investments made by UT alumni and friends during the 2021–21 fiscal year has enabled another generation of students to gain access to the Volunteer experience.
Students in UT’s College of Architecture and Design partnered with the world’s largest architecture firm for a studio class. They recently published a book of their work.
Chancellor Donde Plowman and Vice Provost for Student Success Amber Williams speak about the university’s efforts toward student success after the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the past year, faculty and students have been helping with the launch of Knox County’s first recovery high school program.