At a festival in Ecuador, VOLeaders and athletes with disabilities learned what unites them.
Our students have made a difference in communities nationwide through the VOLbreaks program.
Student volunteers are helping the McClung Museum uncover the history of black Civil War troops in Tennessee.
A UT grad student is one of only a few researchers worldwide exploring Mars in augmented reality.
“One of the simplest and most realistic ways to pay forward Martin Luther King’s legacy of love, courage, and service is to serve your clubs, fraternities, sororities, organizations, and university as selflessly as possible,” says Kiah Albritton, a public relations major and student leader.
UT’s nationally ranked graduate printmaking program produces artists, educators, and business owners who make outstanding impressions worldwide.
Ingrid Ruffin’s creativity as a student-success librarian helps freshmen connect to campus.
A connection between three UT professors has launched more than five years of multidisciplinary projects funded by the nation’s top research agencies.
Why would UT microbiologist Karen Lloyd descend into the crater of an active volcano?
When struggling first-generation students come to Interim Vice Chancellor Tyvi Small for help, he understands their needs.
Suzanne Lenhart is changing the solution for her generation of researchers and the next.
Alumnus Jack Neely has a passion for educating people about UT’s history in its hometown.
Transforming families through an innovative program that pairs social and legal services
Chancellor Donde Plowman wants every UT student to develop the confidence to step forward, show an act of kindness or courage, and make a difference.
Rising from a first-generation college student to serve as UT’s interim chancellor, Wayne Davis believes in helping others reach their full potential.
Clay Jones (‘71) attributes much of his success to his leadership development at UT.
UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy continues to advance the mission of the late “Great Conciliator.”
The Office of Sustainability’s use of green power has garnered national recognition for UT—and it is reaping ongoing campus benefits.