Engineers strive to tackle complex interdisciplinary challenges such as those presented in the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges, ranging from energy solutions to health care and everything in between.
UT has moved ahead five spots in the rankings of Master of Fine Arts acting programs, landing at 11th in the Hollywood Reporter’s annual list of top programs.
Recently acquired objects from the McClung Museum’s arts and culture collection—many of which have never before been displayed publicly—will be the focus of a new exhibition, Debut: Recent Acquisitions, opening at the museum on June 14.
UT is moving forward on several campus road projects. The outside lanes of Lake Loudoun Boulevard are closed until the first week of July as curbs are removed and replaced to prepare for repaving.
This fall, a group of UT students will learn more about health-care systems in the Americas thanks to a collaboration between the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy and the College of Nursing to host a Diplomacy Lab.
UT will launch the state’s first bachelor’s degree program in information sciences in the fall, Provost David Manderscheid announced today.
Students of all backgrounds are experiencing firsthand the benefits of academic coaching, tutoring, and supplemental instruction, according to a study published by researchers with UT’s Student Success Center.
A team of students from UT’s Tickle College of Engineering will soon put months of hard work to the test as they participate in NASA’s Mars Ice Challenge.
Middle Tennessee is booming according to US Census Bureau city and county population data recently analyzed by the Tennessee State Data Center, which operates out of the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Researchin UT’s Haslam College of Business.
A new program aimed at increasing the number of licensed teachers from diverse backgrounds will launch this summer in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.
The Office of Communications and Marketing won 17 awards, including 10 gold awards, from the Tennessee College Public Relations Association.
Researchers found that food insecurity has an average prevalence of 30.5 percent among college students who responded to online surveys at 10 four-year universities in the Southern Appalachia region.