More than 5,000 people gathered on the Ayres Hall lawn on Monday to view the solar eclipse. Attendees snacked on Moon Pies, Sun Chips, cookies, and popcorn, and watched the live stream from NASA of the total eclipse.
US Army veteran and incoming sophomore Rachel Danneker decided to become a Volunteer even though she’d never set foot on our campus before. Danneker joins a growing population of veterans and active-duty service members who enjoy a range of services and a supportive network that helps them transition to college life.
Over the weekend, more than 4,000 new students moved into residence halls and attended a picnic, Torch Night, and Rocky Top Rally as a welcome to campus.
New banners along Pedestrian Walkway are on display until September to celebrate the university’s cultural-based fraternal organizations (CBFO). The 11 chapters highlighted on the banners are a part of the university’s Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). UT has four Greek councils: the Interfraternity Council;
Parking and Transit Services has made some changes to help accommodate student, faculty, and staff parking needs as we begin a new school year. All faculty, staff, and students need a 2017-18 UT parking permit to use campus lots. Students, faculty, and staff who need accessible parking are required to purchase and display a UT
Parking and Transit Services has made some changes to help accommodate parking needs as we begin a new school year. All students need a 2017-18 UT parking permit to use campus lots. Students must purchase their permit online. The permit will arrive in the mail; a temporary permit PDF will be provided at the time
Which Wich Superior Sandwiches opens its doors on Wednesday, August 23, in the newly renovated Thompson-Boling Arena dining area. The location features the full Which Wich menu and will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. The new dining option replaces McAlister’s Deli, which closed at the end of April. The remodel also
The first recipients of the Tennessee Fellowship for Graduate Excellence have been chosen. The new $4 million fellowship program, administered by the Graduate School, was designed to help UT recruit top graduate students from around the world.
Faculty members are invited to join Interim Provost John Zomchick and his vice provosts at Coffee and Conversation.
Faculty are invited to network with new and returning colleagues at the first Faculty Pub of the semester on Thursday, August 24.