This spring, more than 5,400 students turned their tassels and became Vols for Life. Take a look at some of the highlights.
UT is proud to announce its partnership with the Folds of Honor Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides academic scholarships to the spouses and children of America’s fallen or disabled service members and first responders, including police, fire, EMTs and paramedics.
Thomas Cruise, assistant director of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Veterans Success Center, has been named a 2022 Veteran Champion of the Year in higher education by G.I. Jobs magazine. The annual award pays tribute to those who have gone above and beyond in supporting student veterans across America’s college campuses. Cruise, an Air Force
UT officially dedicated the Armed Forces Memorial honoring the sacrifice of students, faculty, and staff from all UT System campuses who died in the line of duty while in military service to the United States.
The new Croley Nursing Building will help to meet the growing demand for nurses in Tennessee and beyond. Its estimated date of completion is fall 2025.
The exhibition Wildfire Recovery through Art and Public Memory opens Monday, August 1, at the Anna Porter Public Library, featuring more than 40 drawings that document the devastating impact of the wildfires and the mountain communities’ response.
UT concluded the spring semester celebrating more than 5,250 graduates over three days and 11 commencement ceremonies.
The inaugural Rocky Top Business Awards will recognize the fastest-growing businesses owned or led by UT alumni. Nominations are open through August 14.
Conrad Ricamora (’12) is playing Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors” in New York City.
Recent business grads set records for average starting salary and outcomes.
Steve Davis’s Tuskegee Next program is training at-risk youth to be pilots.
The Fred D. Brown Jr. Minority Engineering Scholarship helps support engineering students from historically underrepresented populations.