A new exhibit at the McClung Museum explores the evolution of current theories about dinosaurs.
With spring commencement ceremonies wrapped up, the campus is gearing up for a summer full of campus construction and beautification projects.
George Kabalka, a chemistry professor whose research has helped in the advancement of imaging techniques used in the medical field, will retire from UT after a forty-six-year career.
The history, agriculture, and legacy surrounding Appalachia will be the subject of a conference co-hosted by UT May 22-24.
Joshua Fu, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, has been instrumental in the study of black carbon.
For Robin Klehr Avia—now regional managing principal of one of the world’s leading architectural firms—being on stage at the College of Architecture and Design commencement ceremony filled a gap missing from her life for forty years. Having missed her own graduation ceremony because of family issues, she finally walked the stage during the UT commencement ceremony on Friday, May 13, as she shook hands with Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and was awarded an honorary doctorate of fine arts. More than 4,800 students graduated from the university’s eleven colleges and the Graduate School last week during four days of ceremonies and special events.
On Saturday, Makayla Claussen received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.
A section of Volunteer Boulevard between UT Drive and Pat Head Summitt Street will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic this summer for the first phase of a new project to remake the street into a more pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare.
Families and the public are invited to join the McClung Museum from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 23, for a “Geology Rocks!” Stroller Tour.
A promotional video created by the UT Libraries has won two national awards.