Artist John Woodrow Kelley (’74) has a thriving career of marrying contemporary faces and bodies with a classical sensibility. Continue reading
Before she had her diploma in hand, Katherine Van Hooser (’91) had accepted a job with NASA. Twenty-five years later, she’s risen to the ranks of chief engineer. Continue reading
What happens to all the stuff that people send after a tragedy occurs, and why do they even send it? Digital Humanities Librarian Ashley Maynor wanted to know, so she made a documentary about it. Continue reading
We asked readers of Torchbearer magazine to tell us their favorite campus concert memories. Take a look at what they told us!
Underwater archaeologist Bert Ho (’01) gets up close and personal with shipwrecks as part of his job with the National Parks Service’s Submerged Resources Center, which takes him to lakes, rivers, oceans, and beaches in the United States and around the world. Continue reading
There are a lot of great things to love about this place that we call home. Even our alumni and friends … Continue reading
Where does creativity end and copyright begin? Two School of Music professors join two College of Law professors to discuss the “Blurred Lines” trial and the implications it may hold for the entertainment industry. Continue reading
Before Thompson-Boling Arena opened in 1987, the university played host to big-name acts in other venues on campus. From the final concert of legendary classical … Continue reading
A recently rediscovered film provides a fascinating look at UT from early in the last century. Continue reading
For four years, Networking at Neyland has been giving soon-to-be graduates a head start in the working world by connecting them with alumni business leaders.