Seventeen remarkable Volunteers were recognized for their achievements and contributions to UT, the nation, and the world. at the 2016 Alumni Board Awards Dinner.
The UT Confucius Institute gave East Tennesseans a taste of Chinese culture through the celebration of the Moon Festival last week.
The College of Nursing will hold the fourth annual Sprint for the Prints 5K run and walk at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, October 1, in Circle Park. The race will benefit the college’s Student Nurses Association’s philanthropy, the Precious Prints Project.
Acclaimed opera singer Anne Azema is at UT to present a series of master classes, lectures, and voice coaching to students in the College of Arts and Sciences, both in the School of Music and the French program.
The Haslam College of Business MBA Class of 2017 started the fall semester with twice as many military veterans as in previous years. Veterans now account for nearly 13 percent of the sixty-two-person class.
Whether you want to learn more about your job options after college or an opportunity to practice your networking skills, make plans to attend one of the upcoming job fairs hosted by the Center for Career Development. This year’s fairs include the Engineering and STEM Fair; Supply Chain Management Fair; the Business, Retail, and Government Fair;
In college, balancing school work, extracurricular activities, and relationships can seem like a task, but staying healthy doesn’t have to be. Resources on campus like RecSports and the Center for Health Education and Wellness can help you stay happy and healthy as the year continues. Some of the most important things you can do for
The School of Music launches this year’s Ready for the World Series with a celebration of Polish music and culture on Sunday, September 25.
Associate Professor Brendan McConville has returned to UT after spending six months in Italy, but the sounds of the Italian countryside continue to resonate in his work.
Nashville native Adam Stratz got to experience what might be considered an ideal summer vacation just before the start of the fall semester, spending eighteen days in the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean. However, his mission was anything but vacation. Stratz was the lone student taking part in a radiation survey of former United States atomic and thermonuclear test sites in the islands.