Sophomore Boot Camp is a mini-conference exclusively for second-year students held January 12, 2016. Registering allows you access to sophomore-specific programming including searching for internships, studying abroad, writing resumes, accessing scholarships and fellowships, preparing for graduate school and more.
Need some time to relax and unwind during finals? Take a break at the UT Libraries during De-Stress for Success, Phi Eta Sigma’s Study Break, or the Student Success Center’s De-Stress for Success Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction.
Some students, staff, and visitors are going bald for a good cause. So far, five men and three women have shaved their heads as part of the Battle of the Bald—a national college fundraising tournament benefiting St. Baldrick’s Foundation for childhood cancer research.
Office of Orientation and Transition staff members traveled to Denver, Colorado, last month for the Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education Annual Conference.
Wondering what steps you can take to finish strong this semester? Anton Reece, Executive Director of the Student Success Center, offers students tips on how to make the best of the last few days of classes.
With help from UT students, Grundy County in southeastern Tennessee may soon be a better place for senior citizens to live and thrive.
Brandy Manka appreciates that she’s been a part of the storm water analysis project at Second Creek since its beginning—from design to installation to running the earliest samples.
UT students Emma Zijlstra and Jacob Cecil have been awarded the school’s first International Research Opportunities Program scholarships through the Office of Undergraduate Research.
The campus community is invited to join the student French honor society, Pi Delta Phi, at a candlelight vigil at 7:00 p.m. today on Market Square in downtown Knoxville, in honor of the victims of the Paris attacks. For more information, contact Mary McAlpin at email@example.com.
A sixteen-year-old cancer patient offered “honorary admission” to UT several months ago was on campus this past weekend to enjoy Homecoming festivities. Noah Hays, a high school junior from Charlotte, North Carolina, is a lifelong Volunteer fan whose dream of attending UT has been jeopardized by his diagnosis with stage four rhabdomyosarcoma, an aggressive and rare cancer of the muscle and bone marrow.