UT Libraries have acquired the personal archive of renowned modernist painter Beauford Delaney.
An oral history of the Chimney Tops 2 wildfires is available through UT Libraries’ partnership with the City of Gatlinburg and the Anna Porter Public Library in Gatlinburg.
UT Libraries will publish an oral history project covering the Chimney Tops 2 Wildfires in partnership with the City of Gatlinburg and the Anna Porter Public Library in Gatlinburg.
Faculty, staff, and students were recognized for outstanding achievements during the Academic Honors Banquet and the annual Chancellor’s Honors Banquet, the university’s largest recognition event of the year.
As part of this month’s Black History Month celebration, six students, faculty, and staff members shared pieces of their stories and the importance of representation in higher education.
Voter education, registration, and participation in elections has dramatically increased on campus since organizers began hosting civic summits and formed the Vols Vote Coalition.
New technology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will create flexible learning environments where many classes can be taught in person and online simultaneously and students can review course content on demand.
The move follows a national trend of university presses and research libraries joining forces to advance their complementary missions.
University classes are online and UT Libraries’ collections and services are available to help them.
For the second consecutive year, the UT Libraries ranks 23rd among public research university libraries in the United States, according to the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), a coalition of 124 major research libraries in the US and Canada, including the National Library of Medicine and the Library of Congress.
During National Voter Registration Week, September 23–27, the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, UT Libraries, and the Student Government Association will hold voter registration drives on Pedestrian Walkway, the Student Union Plaza, and in Hodges Library from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture at UT, presents an investigation of the relationship between art, science, and photography with its new exhibition, Science in Motion.