An award-winning actor, an expert in supply chain engineering, and a reserve military judge were among the 23 Tennessee Volunteers honored at this year’s Alumni Awards Gala.
Amy Neil’s loss led to the Luke Hudson Neil Foundation, honoring her son and supporting the UT project that gave her a keepsake of his life.
Former Lady Vol swimmer and 2020 graduate Erika Brown will compete on Team USA in the 100-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics.
UT alumna Courtney Lyle will broadcast Olympic field hockey for NBC.
UT’s 1962 College Bowl team impressed national TV viewers.
Investments made by UT alumni and friends during the 2021–21 fiscal year has enabled another generation of students to gain access to the Volunteer experience.
Students in UT’s College of Architecture and Design partnered with the world’s largest architecture firm for a studio class. They recently published a book of their work.
During April and May, UT challenged each alumni chapter around the country to raise a $500 scholarship.
A product perfected through UT pitch competitions receives premarket FDA clearance.
Since she first arrived on campus, Rachel Rui (’09, ’14) has been driven by a spirit of giving back.
A portion of the license plate fee returns to UT to support the Alumni Scholarship program.
Wanting to break into a large advertising market, Chazni Darden needed internship experience.