Spring 2022

In this issue, we explore just a small percentage of the research occurring at all of our campuses. From honey to hemp, advanced manufacturing to DNA, UT’s researchers and students work toward finding solutions that could impact Tennessee residents and the world. Along the way, patents lead to potential through entrepreneurship and licenses to existing companies.

It’s in our quest for discoveries that we learn the questions to ask and how to seek the answers. It’s that quest that continues long after students leave the laboratories and embark on careers. And it’s the questions two alumni ask in retirement as they continue to seek answers to help others and their pets. At the University of Tennessee, our quests do not end just because a diploma hangs on a wall or a career height is attained.

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Working Together to Solve our Greatest Research Challenges

Advancing the frontiers of knowledge creates a more just, prosperous and sustainable future through research, scholarship and creative work.

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UT Research Foundation 2021 Fiscal Year Stats

By The Numbers

Technology commercialization impact from UT’s Research Enterprise.

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Quests For Discovery

UT Alumni respond to request about their own quests for discovery.

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Collage of UTAA tours

Expedition of Adventure

Traveling with the UTAA tours and travel program creates a sense of connection with UT while exploring the world.

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From left, Wayne County Executive Jim Mangubat and Waynesboro City Manager John Hickman

Mural Campaign Expands

Throughout November and December 2021, “Everywhere you look, UT” mural campaign has expanded its reach with the addition of five…

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