At the Haslam College of Business or on her mountain bike, Julie Ferrara gets joy from helping people.
Mars expert Harry “Hap” McSween retired from his position as a professor of planetary geoscience in 2016, but he is still a very present force in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
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 Vice Chancellor Tyvi Small for help, he understands their needs.
Suzanne Lenhart is changing the solution for her generation of researchers and the next.
Deceptive arsons. Devastating wildfires. Deadly bombings. Authorities around the world turn to David Icove for answers and training.
No one has done more to help us understand what happens to the human body after death than Professor Emeritus Bill Bass.
Our University-Assisted Community Schools (UACS) program has enhanced educational opportunities for more than 1,200 children.
In six years, Lee Riedinger launched two PhD programs in the increasingly important areas of energy and data science.
College of Architecture and Design professors have received national recognition for teaching students to design and build a new education center at a Knoxville community farm.
Yilu Liu not only gets a charge out of her research, she makes sure the charge stays on for all of us.
In the College of Architecture and Design, classrooms extend beyond four walls.
Mark Dean (’79) is a personal computing pioneer who teaches his students to make the most of UT’s unique engineering and computer opportunities.
After eight years of transformational leadership, Jimmy G. Cheek wrapped up his tenure as our seventh chancellor.
For parents who have suffered the devastation of losing a child, the Precious Prints project provides a tangible way to remember their child’s brief but treasured life.
A humble kiosk, designed and built to deliver clean, potable water, has changed the lives of residents in Clay County, Kentucky.
Assistant Professor David K. “Butch” Irick has helped hundreds of UT students build career paths while crafting leading-edge eco-friendly cars for national competitions.
Julie Beckman is a member of UT’s architecture and design faculty and the co-creator of a unique 9/11 memorial.
With one small wearable gadget, Professor Jindong Tan hopes to open a bigger, safer world for people with visual impairments.