Board approvals include zero tuition increases, stadium renovations, new academic programs and honorary degrees.
Titled Leading with Courage, the class examined how Tennesseans from across generations, industries and communities found the courage to be bold and decisive leaders.
The Campus Advisory Board gathered for its last meeting of the spring semester.
Josh Dunn has been appointed first executive director for the Institute of American Civics at the Baker Center.
Eleven seniors have been named Torchbearers, the highest undergraduate honor at UT.
“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.
Trustees approve College of Music, Howard H. Baker Jr. School of Public Policy and Public Affairs, and College of Emerging and Collaborative Studies.
Twenty-four faculty from UT met with policymakers and legislators during a 3-day visit to D.C.
You Might Be Right, the new podcast series by the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, wrapped its nine-episode season at the end of December.
Take a look back at some of UT’s favorite photos and special moments from 2022.
UT will recruit top-tier faculty across disciplines to address some of the most pressing and complex challenges of our time.
“You Might Be Right,” a podcast hosted by former Tennessee governors Phil Bredesen and Bill Haslam, has garnered media attention nationally, across the state and locally.