UT’s homecoming celebration kicks off Sunday, Oct. 29, bringing past, present and future Vols together to celebrate the university’s history and traditions.
“Listen. Learn. Lead.” Week encourages students, faculty, and staff to listen to different perspectives, learn from the experiences of others and work to become courageous leaders.
UT’s annual celebration of Black History Month kicks off Wednesday, Feb. 1. The month will include lectures, the 18th annual Black Issues Conference, art showcases and more in celebration of Black cultural contributions and achievements throughout history.
The Volunteer community is extending its efforts to give back while commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. throughout January and February and into the summer.
A new initiative to led by the writing center is one of many examples of UT’s commitment to expanding access to a college education to students at Austin-East and across Tennessee.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s 2022 Homecoming celebration begins Sunday, October 16, calling all current Vols and alumni to come together and celebrate the history, traditions and spirit of UT.
Through a five-year partnership, the university will increase its presence at the youth organization and create more pathways for access to higher education.
UT is recognizing Black History Month throughout February with a series of virtual and in-person events.
UT interns help the Beck Cultural Exchange Center preserve African American history.
UT will host and co-sponsor a series of events to honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. throughout January and into the start of the spring semester.
Nine new monuments dedicated to UT’s National Pan-Hellenic Council were celebrated at a dedication ceremony during Homecoming weekend.
UT’s 2021 Homecoming celebration begins on Sunday, November 7, calling all current Vols and alumni to come together and celebrate the history, traditions, and spirit of the university.