UT’s Clarence Brown Theatre and literary magazine Grist recently received grants to further their contributions to the arts in the state.
As more than 100,000 fans fill Neyland Stadium for the first football game of the season on September 1, two Volunteers will be celebrating their own special kind of kickoff—the beginning of the rest of their lives together.
The Culinary Institute is offering chances to improve your cooking expertise.
The Volunteer community is coming together to help our SEC neighbors in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, after widespread devastation from flooding hit the area.
Join UT alumnus and Antiques Roadshow appraiser Lark Mason for a special evening from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. Sunday, October 9, at the McClung Museum.
Tennova Health Care in Knoxville is the latest hospital to partner with the College of Nursing to provide the Precious Prints Project to grieving families. The student-led project provides silver fingerprint charms to families who have experienced the loss of a child. “The Precious Prints Project now serves all of the major hospitals in Knox County, providing—at no cost to the family or hospital—a lasting remembrance of a precious life lost all too soon,” said Lynne Miller, nursing instructor and director of the project.
A group of students in the Culinary Program will be chopping, crushing, and stirring end-of-season tomatoes into gallons of tomato sauce.
UT and IBM have announced a new computational lab and education initiative devoted to analytics that will enable the university to store large amounts of unstructured data in a security-rich environment while providing students and researchers the processing systems necessary to analyze it.
More than forty-three thousand donors and philanthropic investors chose to support UT in fiscal year 2016.
Lola Alapo from the Office of Communications and Marketing spoke with WUOT 91.9 FM about spending two weeks this summer teaching English in China. She was one of a group of twenty-eight UT faculty, staff, and students who took the trip.