Martin-West recently worked with neighbors in her Nashville community and with faculty and staff in UT’s College of Social Work to provide a home for a homeless neighbor named JJ.
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will host a family day to celebrate Charles Darwin’s birthday from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, February 16, with a range of activities for children and adults.
UT hosted its 10th annual Tennessee High School Ethics Bowl this past Saturday, February 2, with 115 high school students from 16 high schools across the state competing.
The inaugural class of the Tennessee Certified Public Manager (CPM) program, based in the UT Institute for Public Service’s Naifeh Center for Effective Leadership, graduated earlier this month at the Old Supreme Court Chamber in the Capitol Building in Nashville. Fourteen participants from local, state, and federal government positions graduated as members of the program’s
Hundreds of Vols participated in service and celebrations of Martin Luther King Jr. on campus and in the community.
The UT Organic Farm Internship and VOL Supported Agriculture programs are offering a 20-week community-supported agriculture program beginning in mid-May and running through October.
Indigenous artistic traditions of India are on display at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture as part of its new exhibition.
McClung Museum Civil War Curator Joan Markel will shed light on the individual lives of Knoxvillians during the war as a part of the ninth annual McClung Museum Civil War Lecture Series.
If you are like most parents of young adults, you may wonder how much your student listens to your opinions and if they’re guided by your influence as they grow into adults.
Visitors to Cumberland Avenue will have an easier time finding parking starting in August.
Here is a gallery of photos from the 2018 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet, which honored accomplished faculty, staff, and students. The annual gathering is the university’s largest recognition event of the year.
The role of the Tennessee frontier in the revolutionary founding of the nation will be the topic of an inaugural symposium April 21.