The historic American civil rights movement comes to life in For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights.
A team of researchers led by UT physics professor Sarah Cousineau has made the first-ever 6D measurement of an accelerator beam.
Greg Tardy will take a five-week hiatus this semester to go on tour with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, led by Wynton Marsalis.
Garriy Shteynberg will lead a three-year study to examine how Americans’ social and political attitudes have grown more extreme.
A documentary produced by UT’s Land Grant Films, has been selected for the Immigration Film Festival held in Washington, DC.
The Chamber Singers recently returned from a 15-day tour of Ireland, where they performed in historic Dublin, Cork, Galway, and Limerick.
Mayor Madeline Rogero named Marilyn Kallet Poet Laureate for the City of Knoxville in a ceremony in June.
Two staff members in the Department of History, both of whom lost their military sons in Iraq, were among the Gold Star families invited to the White House.
Natalie Campbell, a rising junior majoring in disability studies through the College Scholars program, has been invited to participate in the Fulbright UK Summer Institute.
Four UT students have received prestigious Boren Scholarship and Fellowship awards that will allow them to pursue intensive language study, internships, and research abroad and domestically over the next year.
Three students have been awarded scholarships to travel abroad to study languages that are imperative to the United States’ future security and stability. This year’s Critical Language Scholarship recipients will study Russian, Korean, and Arabic.
Three UT professors were honored Friday when state Representative Eddie Smith presented each of them with a resolution commending them for recent achievements.