As commencement approaches at UT, five Vols took a moment to express how the university’s faculty have influenced their educational journeys.
Inanimate objects are believed to transform not only into sacred things but also into active, living beings who can see, hear, taste and respond to the concerns of those who worship them.
Tennessee’s economic outlook is more favorable than the national outlook thanks to an influx of new residents, which is driving economic growth and business formation in Tennessee.
UT will welcome approximately 1,960 graduates into its alumni family as they are honored during the fall commencement ceremony on Dec. 15.
More students than ever are on their way to earning a degree at UT, thanks to a network of people and an ecosystem of resources focused on helping them succeed inside and outside of the classroom.
The National Institute of Justice has awarded two grants to UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center.
National Park management policy treats commemorative works as historic features reflecting “the knowledge, attitudes, and tastes of the persons who designed and placed them.”
The latest TennCare survey shows positive results for quality of care satisfaction; affordability continues to be the top reason people remain uninsured.
While settler colonial policies can include genocide, they take many forms.
The podcast from UT’s Baker School of Public Policy and Public Affairs wrapped up its third season Nov. 7.
Reducing stress in plants could help improve crop production to feed the world’s population.
Tennessee Athletics will honor veterans and service members during the Salute to Service game. It is also Senior Day for members of the football team playing their last game in Neyland Stadium. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. EST.