It has been an exciting few weeks at UT as we embrace new leadership across our campus, including several of our colleges.
Claudio Gómez, director of the National Museum of Natural History of Chile, has agreed to become the first Jefferson Chapman Executive Director of the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture.
College of Law Dean Melanie Wilson has informed me of her decision to step down and join the faculty effective June 30, 2020.
Beginning this fall, UT will become the first school in Tennessee and just the third in the SEC to offer an undergraduate degree in information sciences.
The new Global Catalyst Program will provide funding for faculty-led partnerships with international universities, institutions of higher education, and research institutes.
This year, 17 students and recent graduates have been offered 2019 Fulbright awards to study, teach, and conduct research in Sweden, Lithuania, Colombia, and 13 other countries.
Elements, the faculty activity reporting system, has undergone some small changes that will make it easier to use and more helpful to faculty.
Our 2018 assessment of our Vol Vision 2020 strategic plan metrics indicates overall progress toward our goals.
At a series of student success summits led by Vice Provost R. J. Hinde, academic affairs and student life experts joined forces to develop new initiatives to help students stay in school and graduate on a timely basis.
About 23 percent of our students are first generation. We celebrate these students as trailblazers, and we’ve launched an initiative to support their academic success.
The flagship campus of the University of Tennessee System and partner in the Tennessee Transfer Pathway.