Growing up, Nathan Chumbler had two passions: a love of animals and a desire to be an Army officer. Continue reading An Officer and a Veterinarian
Murals make UT’s presence visible. Continue reading Everywhere You Look
Changing lives chicken by chicken in Rwanda.
Continue reading ‘Like a Boss’
Genomic sequencing moves toward personalized cancer treatment. Continue reading Mapping Out Cancer
In some classrooms, learning really is fun and games. Continue reading Game On!
Esports Club draws the casual and competitive.
Continue reading Calling All Gamers
UT Martin music education professor Angela Ammerman’s life was changed after teaching violin to orphans in Thailand. Continue reading A More Musical World
Crucial Conversations delivered to domestic violence shelters. Continue reading Let’s Talk
Joe Johson reflects upon the UT System celebrating 50 years.
Continue reading Becoming One
A finance program reduces audit findings in municipalities. Continue reading Making Government Work Better
The Tennessee Alumnus recognizes alumni and other members of the UT family who serve the state of Tennessee and the nation. Continue reading UT Alumni on the Hill
From labs to clubs to Hodges Library, UT Knoxville makes spaces for makers. Continue reading Making Makers
UT alumnus David Harman helps drive Knoxville’s creative space. Continue reading The Maker City
Chris McDonald found his calling at a young age. Or, rather, his calling found him. Continue reading The Music Maker
After leading the University of Tennessee system for eight years, UT’s 25th president is ready to retire. Continue reading ‘Right President at the Right Time’
UT alumnus Randy Boyd takes the reins as interim president. Continue reading Serendipitous Daring
Glenn Draper didn’t just train singers, he built a legacy. Continue reading The Family Business
Procurement Technical Assistance Center helps business owner Sherry Costanza Steady. Continue reading Steady As She Goes
The Center for Profitable Agriculture celebrates 20 years of helping makers. Continue reading Daylilies, Pumpkins and More
A new UTHSC pharmaceutical manufacturing facility will help heal the world. Continue reading Saving Lives
In unchecked growth of prescriptions, opiates caught millions of fathers, mothers, sons and daughters in the tangle of addiction. UT researchers, alumni and students are working to free the ensnared. Continue reading The Tangle: Tennessee’s Opioid Crisis
A discovery by UT Knoxville-based economists led to Gov. Bill Haslam developing a $30 million dollar plan to begin dealing with the opioid crisis. Continue reading A Battle Worth Fighting
In the Tennessee county hardest hit by the opioid epidemic, UT Knoxville alumnus Dr. Geogy Thomas works to help the most innocent of victims—the babies addicted in the womb—along with their mothers and fathers. Continue reading On a Mission
With the majority of drug overdose deaths attributed to opioids, UT Law Enforcement Innovation Center partnered with BlueCross Blue Shield of Tennessee Health Foundation to do something about it. Continue reading Increasing Incidents