Ten Vols were recognized with the Torchbearer award, UT’s highest undergraduate honor.
For nearly 30 years, the VOLbreaks program has provided an opportunity for students to become more active citizens by gaining experience through organized trips.
More than 550 UT students, faculty, and staff volunteered in the greater Knoxville area over a two week period for the MLK Days of Service.
The Volunteer Impact Academy equips participants with the skills to improve themselves, the campus, local communities, and the world beyond.
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.
UT capped off the fall semester with graduate hooding and undergraduate commencement ceremonies to celebrate fall 2021 graduates.
Through the access provided by a mentor, Annie Duran Perez discovered what she needed to grow into a leader on campus and in the community.
Ignite summer orientation programs introduce incoming UT students to Volunteer values.
This spring, 66 graduates earned the gold service medallion for outstanding community service.
After a difficult transition, first-generation college student Madison Woods found place at UT through service and a passion for social justice.
Six seniors have been recognized as Torchbearers, UT’s highest undergraduate honor. The recipients learned of their selections through a surprise visit by Chancellor Plowman or a member of her cabinet.
The Jones Center for Leadership and Service typically hosts an annual MLK Jr. Day of Service each January, but given the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, service opportunities were spread out from January 29 through February 5.