Professors in engineering, journalism, physics, and psychology have been recognized with the highest lifetime honor the university bestows on faculty.
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.
Five faculty members have been named Fulbright Scholars. Their research will take place in the Czech Republic, Finland, Nepal, and South Africa.
Land Grant Films, a documentary production program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is partnering with the university’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy to create a documentary exploring American politics through the lens of Baker’s life.
UT will host 11 commencement ceremonies May 20–22 for spring and summer 2022 graduates in Thompson-Boling Arena.
Innovative curriculum, facilities, and increase in faculty will transform the next generation of advertising and public relations professional.
The Big Orange Combine offers students the opportunity to learn about the business behind the nation’s biggest sporting event.
Alumna Alice Faye Duncan’s passion for storytelling began during her time as a graduate teaching assistant in the School of Information Sciences.
A new mural designed by UT alumnae showcases why it’s great to be a Tennessee Vol.
Associate Professor of History Tore Olsson is using the popular Red Dead Redemption series to discuss US History in 1880 to 1920.
The four-year scholarship has grown in annual recipients from one to four since it was endowed in 1998.