HSS Renovation

Did you take a lot of classes in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building? You won’t even recognize those classrooms now. Take a video tour of the newly renovated Humanities and Social Sciences Building. Continue reading

Welcome to UT!

Let’s give a Big Orange welcome to four new UT family members: Vice Chancellor of Diversity Rickey Hall, Director of Admissions Kari Alldredge, and Director of Online Programs Jennifer Gramling, and Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Alumni Officer Lee Patouillet. Continue reading

Materials Science & Engineering

Metals and alloys, polymers and plastics, ceramics, semiconductors, and composites all help to make up materials science—a field that is at the forefront of modern technological advances. But what exactly is it, and why is UT’s program so special? We’ll let our students give you the lowdown. Continue reading

New Bus Fleet Headed to Knoxville

Was that Smokey on the back of that shiny orange bus you passed on the interstate? Don’t worry, you aren’t hallucinating about your glory days in Knoxville; you just saw one of UT’s brand new buses making its way from Los Angeles to Knoxville. Continue reading

The Front Man

Whether it’s teaching a class about integrated supply chains or singing lead in a rock ‘n’ roll band, Ted Stank is comfortable serving as the “front man.” Continue reading

Marking History

Want to learn a little about the history of the university? You don’t need the Internet or a smartphone to do it—just take a stroll around campus. UT recently added two historical markers to campus that address the desegregation of the university. Continue reading

UT Dedicates Confucius Institute

Earlier this month, officials from UT and a Chinese university gathered on campus to dedicate the Confucius Institute, which seeks to sponsor cultural activities and exchanges between China and the state of Tennessee. Continue reading