Employees, visitors, students, and their parents are invited to watch and cheer for the Pride of the Southland Band as they practice their march to Neyland Stadium on Monday.
The Alcohol Policy Task Force was established in 2017 to consider whether the university’s alcohol policy should be revised. The task force reviewed the current policy and has made recommendations about revising the policy.
If you ask trombone player Trystan Fritts which his favorite song is to play, you won’t get a straight answer. Some days it may be a symphony, and other days it may be a tune from jazz legend John Coltrane, but one thing is for certain—Fritts has got the chops to play it all. An
Hearing the news of Aretha Franklin’s death Thursday, UT’s resident piano technician Dan Frank recalled the times he met and worked for the Queen of Soul.
Around 240 students spent part of Tuesday morning packing bags of supplies for the homeless and creating other items to help kids, the elderly, and shelter pets.
Four years ago, UT freshman Kinley Koontz founded the Garden Project, a nonprofit that nurtures at-risk schoolchildren through the visual and performing arts. Now, as an entrepreneurial college student, Koontz is planting her roots at UT with plans to grow the Garden Project while pursuing a degree in engineering.
Crews are working hard to finish a few of the many construction projects underway on campus. The final section of the Volunteer Boulevard streetscape project between Cumberland Avenue and Peyton Manning Pass will open to vehicles and pedestrians at 6 p.m. Friday, August 17.
The University of Tennessee’s Conflicts of Interest Fiscal Policy FI0125 requires all regular faculty and staff to disclose certain outside interests and activities.
Parking and Transit Services has made some changes to help accommodate faculty and staff parking needs as the new school year begins.
UT students will have more than 900 new parking spaces this fall as Parking and Transit Services works to support existing parking needs and a large incoming freshman class.
Lynne Parker is stepping down as interim dean of the Tickle College of Engineering to serve as assistant director for artificial intelligence for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
The Ken and Blaire Mossman Building is among the many new buildings and upgraded facilities changing the face of campus this fall.