Faculty, staff, and students were recognized for outstanding achievements during the Academic Honors Banquet and the annual Chancellor’s Honors Banquet, the university’s largest recognition event of the year.
Polk’s letters—most previously unpublished—illuminate his personal life and business affairs.
Meet the team conducting national forensic investigations, training FBI response teams, and managing the world famous Body Farm.
UT is expanding its online portfolio to include a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree with a concentration in applied studies from the College of Arts and Sciences.
On November 23, 2020, then President-elect Joe Biden announced that Shuwanza Goff—a 2006 graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville—would join his administration as deputy director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs and liaison to the House of Representatives.
The university has actively worked to understand the facts and listen to the concerns related to a faculty member’s use of a racially charged acronym on a whiteboard last week as part of an Africana Studies class on the African diaspora. We are committed to being transparent about the facts, concerns, and actions taken.
As part of this month’s Black History Month celebration, six students, faculty, and staff members shared pieces of their stories and the importance of representation in higher education.
Ten students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, have been selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study or intern in global programs (abroad and virtual) in upcoming terms.
Students in College of Architecture and Design Professor Ted Shelton’s fourth-year Architecture Integrations studio embarked on a unique experience this fall to contribute to designs for the planned new Ula Love Doughty Carousel Theatre.
A study conducted by Stanford University researchers named 156 UT faculty members among the top 2 percent of scientists in the world for research citations.
While scientists agree that most biological diversity originated in the tropics, the jury is still out on how tropical species diversity formed and how it is maintained. A new study by UT researchers published in Science addresses these long-standing questions.
Researchers at UT Knoxville and the University of Texas at Austin have a new hypothesis about our solar system’s early years—and they weren’t peaceful.