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.
The Kostrzewa siblings love UT, and they have the degrees to prove it. Continue reading
Do you live outside Tennessee? Do you ever get stuck in traffic behind someone with a specialty license plate for … Continue reading
Hundreds turned out for Today‘s live broadcast from the Hill on October 1. The fourth-hour fun showcased a myriad of student groups and segments such as a quiz show, ambush makeovers, “Sara Goes Back to College,” how to tailgate, and a live performance by country music artist Kip Moore.
Outstanding student authors will read from their works on September 21 in the John C. Hodges Library as part of the annual Writers in the Library Series and the UT Parents Association’s Family Weekend. Continue reading
The 2012 Fall Young Alumni Weekend drew a record crowd back to campus for food, fun, and Rocky Top before the Vols took on the Florida Gators. Read more.
Go on a ten-day safari led by special hosts, UT President Joe DiPietro and his wife. You’ll visit three of the country’s finest game parks, stay in select safari lodges, and visit the “cradle of mankind,” where 1.8 million-year-old fossils were discovered. Read more.
Explore Havana, the lively city where Cuba’s cultural and political heritage is concentrated, with alumni and friends this January. You’ll also visit Cuba’s countryside and colonial south, with stops in Cienfuegos and Trinidad, both UNESCO World Heritage sites. Read more.