Seventeen remarkable Volunteers were recognized for their achievements and contributions to UT, the nation, and the world. at the 2016 Alumni Board Awards Dinner.
As more than 100,000 fans fill Neyland Stadium for the first football game of the season on September 1, two Volunteers will be celebrating their own special kind of kickoff—the beginning of the rest of their lives together.
Tamika Catchings rates as one of the greatest Tennessee basketball players in history.
Rhian Wilkinson is one of the most decorated players in the history of Canada’s Women’s National Team and played for Tennessee 2000-03.
Joseph Lengyel, an Air Force general and UT graduate, was confirmed by the Senate for promotion to the rank of four-star general June 30.
Following her graduation from UT, Christine Dano Johnson turned her focus to polishing her curatorial experience. This led her to curate her first solo mini exhibition, Land, Sea, and Spirit: Alaska Native Art from the 19th and 20th Centuries, at the McClung Museum.
UT’s second annual “Be a Hero” Day was a great success. Some 350 alumni and friends participated in the special day on April 27 to support student, faculty, and staff UT projects via VOLstarter, UT’s crowdfunding site.
From wearing orange, to cleaning up campus and enjoying special events, students are invited to celebrate their love for the University of Tennessee during I Heart UT Week April 25–29. Hosted by Alumni Affairs and the Student Alumni Associates, the annual celebration provides students a chance to relax and have fun during the last week of class with events, activities, and giveaways.
The Knoxville Alumni Chapter has partnered with UT Athletics to host a Tip Off BBQ Fundraiser prior to the men’s basketball game against Kentucky at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 2, in the Tennessee Terrace.
On December 1, also known as Giving Tuesday, UT is encouraging alumni and other donors to support VOLstarter projects.