A few Vols took a walk down memory lane to let us know where they liked to hang out and … Continue reading
Did you know that Mark Dean (’79) was instrumental in the invention of the personal computer and holds three of IBM’s nine original PC patents? So, what’s his next big idea? Continue reading
In an ever-changing job market, it’s always wise to have a career and job-search strategy. Alumni Career Services is introducing a new webinar series to deliver the nation’s top career authors and experts right to your computer. Continue reading
ESPN broadcaster Woody Paige has a big idea—name the NCAA women’s basketball trophy after UT’s Pat Summitt. Now, fans can sign a petition to help make that happen. Continue reading
Show your Volunteer spirit through service with your local UT Alumni chapter. Continue reading
“The Trojans… are Ancient History.” That was the theme of Homecoming 2012. The week began with a judging of participating campus organizations’ banners, progressed to the Homecoming Parade with Grand Marshal Chamique Holdsclaw, and continued with a laugh from Leanne Morgan at the comedy show. But how did the week end? Continue reading
There are great things happening every day at UT. Be proud and share UT’s successes with your family and friends! Continue reading
When you make a gift to UT, you make an impact in attracting the best and brightest students, hiring and retaining top-notch faculty, and providing resources that tuition and state support don’t cover. Continue reading
Grad student. Loving father. War veteran. Douglas Oeser can claim all of these titles, and now spends part of his time helping others like himself.
A street in the new Sorority Village at the UT will be named in honor of Ann Baker Furrow, a 1967 alumna and pioneering female golfer who also was the first woman to serve on the UT Board of Trustees.