Fall 2016

Made in Tennessee

UT's Center for Industrial Services launched an initiative in 2013 to highlight in-state businesses and manufacturers.

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Pat Summitt cutting down the net after the Lady Vols 2008 victory

In Memoriam, Pat Head Summitt

I am privileged to be associated with the university that benefited from its long association with Coach Summitt.

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Noma Anderson

Special Adviser on Diversity and Inclusion

Dr. Noma Anderson counsels UT President Joe DiPietro on diversity and inclusion initiatives system-wide, focusing on aligning initiatives with the…

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Aerial photo of dining guests at the gala at the Knoxville Museum of Art

Happy Birthday, Architecture and Design

Fifty years ago, UT Knoxville’s College of Architecture and Design opened in Estabrook Hall with 20 students.

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Nursing students

Nationally Ranked Nursing Program

An online program designed to help nurses with two-year RN degrees advance to bachelor’s degrees was ranked a top 10…

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A female UTC nursing student listens to an older man's heartbeat

UTC Nursing Leads in Gerontology Care

UTC's programs and leaders are recognized statewide and nationwide.

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Jim Stockdale and UT Nurses basketball alumni

Team Spirit

Alumni of the UT Nurses basketball team (1950-1985) reunited on the court this spring.

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Tom Looney helps unveil Smokey’s Playhouse, raffled off to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

A Doggone Good Cause

UT Knoxville and Virginia Tech participated in a "Battle of the Playhouses" to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

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IPS Vice President Herb Byrd, right, visits with a neighbor at IPS block party.

Block Party for New Neighbors

In partnership with the UT Foundation, the Institute for Public Service hosted a neighborhood block party at IPS’ new offices…

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Dunlap, Brasher, Alston, and Ledger

Introducing Your 2016-17 Alumni Association Officers

Four new UTAA officers, plus the countdown to our magazine's centennial.

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Mike Kwasnik Jr. and Robert Kwasnik surrounded by zipper manufacturing equipment

Zipping Along for 50 Years

Robert Kwasnik admits that, when he tells people what he does, he doesn’t always receive a warm response.

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The AMIE 1.0 structure

The Future in 3-D

AMIE 1.0 shines brightly at Oak Ridge National Lab while helping researchers explore 3-D printing.

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Korean War Veteran Leo Whaley smiling

Deployed in Chattanooga, Heard Around the World

Paul Renner established Operation Song to empower veterans, active-duty military and their families to share their stories through music.

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The Fetal Heart Monitor App in the simulation lab

An Innovation in Simulation

Fetal heart monitor app helps train future nurses.

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All Vol Cheese: Made in Tennessee, Enjoyed Everywhere

Checkerboard Mild Cheddar, Game Day Sharp Cheddar, Smokey’s Smoked Gouda and Torchbearer Jalapeno. If you’re a fan of cheese and…

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Proverbial Woman

UTC alumna establishes multi-million dollar business

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Dog Lovers Can Thank UT Martin Grad for First Parvo Vaccine

The year 1979 was a bad time to be a dog. Tens of thousands of dogs and puppies lost their…

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Tony Bova and Jeff Beegle stretch a rubbery plant material called lignin

Entrepreneurship 101

UT Knoxville is a launchpad for business starters.

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Aerial view of Cherokee farm on the Tennessee River bend

Planting Ideas, Growing Momentum

About 10 years ago, Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus existed only in concept—as a place where ideas would be planted so…

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Lone Oaks Farm's entrance road

Seeding Tomorrow in West Tennessee

Things grow in Hardeman County. The University of Tennessee is planting something new there in fertile ground.

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