UT students are helping to expand the Rocky Top brand by designing products that eventually end up on store shelves.
Adam Kowalski, assistant director of Sorority and Fraternity Life, made his way to Knoxville this summer from Florida where he served as a graduate advisor for the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and SGA at the University of South Florida.
Have you ever studied for hours and still felt like you didn’t know the material? Do you ever wonder where all your time goes? Working with an academic coach can help you study smarter by developing skills in time management, goal setting, learning styles, and strategies.
One of UT’s most world-renowned components celebrates a milestone soon, and the public is invited to join in the fun.
The beginning of college is a major change, an exciting yet challenging time for you. Some of you might experience difficulties during the adjustment to college life, including homesickness. UT’s Student Counseling Center offers these tips for helping you cope with feelings of homesickness.
A new exhibit exploring depictions of beasts, plants, and animals from the 1500s through the 1800s opens Friday, September 12, at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture.
Barbecue was on the menu recently as the Labor Day weekend kicked off in style for UT engineering students thanks to a cookout and meet-and-greet hosted by the Office of Engineering Professional Practice.
UT welcomes fans to campus this Saturday for the football game against Arkansas State University. Kickoff is set for noon EDT for the Volunteers’ game against the Red Wolves. Gates open at 10:00 a.m. The new SEC Network will televise the game. Tickets are still available for the game.
Jennifer Pierce joins UT as a new assistant director in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life. Jennifer oversees thirteen sororities within the Panhellenic Council.
The National Geographic Society has chosen UT to host a set of events on September 20 promoting its Young Explorers Grants program. From documenting threatened animals to exploring canyons, the program supports students ages eighteen through twenty-five pursuing field projects in research, exploration, and conservation.