UT’s Monuments Man

One-time Latin teacher Frank P. Albright was among the Monuments Men who helped save some of Europe’s most important art and cultural treasures from the ravages of World War II. Continue reading

Seeing With His Heart

While at UT, a rare genetic eye disease cost Chad Foster (’00) his sight. But he didn’t let that stop him from earning a degree in business. Now, with the help of computer screen-reading software that Foster programmed himself, he is breaking glass ceilings in his field of work. Continue reading

The Gift of Clean Water

A small group of UT alumni is making a big dent in the global clean-water crisis with plastic water filters that can help provide clean water for years at a time. Continue reading

Bringing Big Ideas to Life

Since 2010, UT’s Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation has been lending a helping hand to students with their own businesses. As a result, many big ideas have come to life. Continue reading

The Oldest and Newest Vol

Now on permanent display outside the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture is the bronze skeleton of an _Edmontosaurus_ annectens. Take a look at a time lapse video of the dinosaur’s installation, and see what folks are saying about UT’s oldest and newest Vol. Continue reading

A Game Day in the Life of a Drum Major

For most students, game day means tailgating and parties. For junior Jessica Henderson—the second woman ever to serve as drum major of the Pride of the Southland Band—it means maintaining a long tradition of excellence and precision Continue reading

Got a Favorite Prof?

Nominate a current faculty member for the Alumni Outstanding Teacher Award for their excellence in the classroom. Deadline for nominations is November 1, 2013. Continue reading