UT has reported its most impressive research year on record for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018, with $260 million in expenditures.
UT’s Early Learning Center offers full-day study tours that bring educators and students from throughout the Southeast to experience the center’s unique approach.
Three UT Knoxville faculty members are Fulbright Scholars for the 2018–19 academic year.
Associate Professor Noriko Horiguchi has been enhancing students’ understanding of Japanese language and culture and the country’s strong political, economic, and cultural ties with the United States through UT’s Japanese program.
A faculty member and a team of students from UT’s College of Communication and Information will be providing real-time analysis of Super Bowl LIII’s commercials for WLVT on Sunday.
The Office of Campus Event Services is excited to announce that beginning February 4, students will be able to request meetings and events directly through the Campus Events website.
An average of 1,200 students a year in the Haslam College of Business earn a Bloomberg Market Concepts certification, which allows them to use the college’s 20 terminals.
UT’s Howard Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will become the new official home of the International Studies Quarterly, previously housed at Georgetown University.
After six days of peace talks in Qatar, the government of Afghanistan and the Taliban appear closer to an agreement that could end US troops’ 17-year presence in the country.
UT School of Music graduate student Kevork Esmeryan spent part of January traveling to schools around the Knoxville area playing violins once played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust.
Rosemary Mariner, a resident scholar in the Center for the Study of War and Society and a pioneer in Naval aviation, passed away Thursday, January 24.
Graduate student Jeffrey Pannekoek was chosen as the first representative of UT as a predoctoral fellow at a summer workshop organized by Humanities Without Walls.