A visit to the university’s Special Collections and McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture can be like a trip around the world and back in time. For faculty and students, these two collections are virtual treasure troves of teaching and learning. Take a look at some of the objects of interest—global and local—to be found on campus.
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.