The Center for Sport, Peace, and Society brings hope, peace and inclusion to girls in war-torn countries through sports. Continue reading A Catalyst for Hope
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
Each year, the UT Alumni Association recognizes outstanding faculty and staff for their service and dedication. Continue reading UTAA Presents Awards to Top Faculty, Staff
Donde Plowman has returned to UT Knoxville to serve as the campus’ ninth chancellor. Continue reading Ninth Chancellor Appointed
University of Tennessee alumni and students around the state. Continue reading Snapshots: Fall 2019
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
The Alliance of Women Philanthropists awarded seven grants totaling more than $50,000 for projects throughout the University of Tennessee. Continue reading Educate, Empower, Inspire
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
UT Knoxville researchers set a record for fiscal year 2018.
Continue reading Record Year for Research
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
UT alumnus Randy Boyd takes the reins as interim president. Continue reading Serendipitous Daring
The Scene showcases photography from UT’s campuses and institutes. Continue reading Goat Yoga, Y’all
An excerpt from Carl Wolfson’s Slide!, a tragicomedy about the 1964 Philadelphia Phillies team collapse as well as about Wolfson, his family and the city. Continue reading Make ’Em Laugh
Samantha Lane helps others find work-life balance through workshops, training and a signature product line. Continue reading Making Time for What Matters
On Nov. 8, the Knoxville campus joined in the celebration of National First-Generation College Student Day. Continue reading First-Generation Students Honored
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
UT alumna and Knox County District Attorney General Charme Allen has taken the war against the opioid epidemic to the courtroom – the civil one. Continue reading Standing Up to Big Pharma
The Scene showcases photography from UT’s campuses and institutes. Continue reading On Chamberlain Field