On January 26, Chancellor Beverly Davenport issued a statement on hateful messages painted on the Rock.
The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy announced its new board members and new programming.
Today, the University of Tennessee announced it has completed an amicable resolution parting ways with former Tennessee Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics John Currie.
Chancellor Beverly Davenport said in an open letter posted to the her website on February 7 that racism is not welcome on campus.
More than 400 members of the Volunteer community turned out Friday afternoon to plaster a rainbow of handprints on the Rock.
More than 240 students gathered Saturday to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. during the Center for Leadership and Service’s 2018 MLK Day of Service.
Chancellor Beverly Davenport announced today that Athletic Director John Currie has been placed on leave with pay and that she has appointed Phillip Fulmer to perform the role of athletic director.
Several hundred people—many of them student and alumni veterans—gathered November 17 to celebrate the grand opening of UT’s Veteran Resource Center in John C. Hodges Library.
UT Knoxville formally welcomed Chancellor Beverly Davenport to campus during her investiture ceremony in the Cox Auditorium on Friday, October 13.
UT Knoxville Beverly Davenport shared a message of hope and kindness after being formally welcomed as the campus’ top leader.
On Wednesday, October 11, faculty, staff, students, and special guests gathered in Circle Park to plant a white dogwood tree to celebrate Chancellor Beverly Davenport’s investiture.
It was a big weekend on Rocky Top for UT alumnus and retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning.