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Inside Rubber’s Soul

In February 2018, a team from Eastman Chemical Company visited Dayakar Penumadu’s materials research lab with a request. The UT…

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Student Excellence

UT Knoxville’s Housing was honored with the Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award by the Great Smoky Mountain Chapter of the…

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A student works to machine a part in the Machine Tool Research Center at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, during the ACE Bootcamp training.

Manufacturing Renaissance

If the manufacturing industry were a brick-and-mortar building, the sign on its window would read “help wanted.” UT Knoxville, however,…

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Former Tennessee Governors Host a New Podcast Series

The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy launched You Might Be Right, a new podcast series hosted by…

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From left: State Rep. Gloria Johnson (D-Knoxville), Tickle College of Engineering Dean Matthew Mench, State Rep. John Ragan (R-Oak Ridge), State Rep. Michele Carringer (R-Knoxville), Lt. Gov. Randy McNally and UT Professor Tony Schmitz pose for a photo at the ACE “train the trainers” event at UT. Photo By: IACMI/Shawn Millsaps

ACE “train the trainers” event held at UT Knoxville

The ACE “train the trainers” workshop was held in conjunction with the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) and…

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Suresh Babu, center, works with students on the MELD Machine inside the Machine Tool Research Center.

Advancing The Nation

UT Knoxville has risen as a leader in advanced manufacturing research with efforts focused on national security and economic development.

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Three men seated on a stage announce a new partnership

Growing a Startup Community

The new Techstars Industries of the Future Accelerator will work with 30 startups over the next three years that use…

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the patented Easy Whip device

Alumni Invention to Help Surgery Patients

Lia Winter and Preston Dishner refined their innovative medical device throughout their time in the MS–MBA program at UT Knoxville.

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The Garcia sisters

Three Sisters

Three first-generation Latinas at UT Knoxville have undergone similar journeys into a field in which few women go. Also, they’re…

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A student dressed as a knight walks between rows of gamers at PC consoles

Calling All Gamers

Esports Club draws the casual and competitive.

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Riley Toll

Making Makers

From labs to clubs to Hodges Library, UT Knoxville makes spaces for makers.

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First-generation college students gather at the Rock for a celebration.

First-Generation Students Honored

On Nov. 8, the Knoxville campus joined in the celebration of National First-Generation College Student Day.

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Hands On

Hands On

Law enforcement's forensic training heads to the woods.

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Hypersonic Horizon

Hypersonic HORIZON

The new wind tunnel complex at UTSI will simulate speeds greater than 3,800 MPH.

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Al Roker hosts the Today Show at Neyland Stadium during a world recordbreaking event on March 29, 2017.

Vols Break World Record

Thanks to the participation of 4,223 volunteers, UT Knoxville set the Guinness World Record title for the largest human letter…

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Beverly Davenport

Chancellor Davenport Takes Over

Beverly Davenport took office Feb. 15 as the eighth chancellor of UT Knoxville.

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Scott Kelly aboard the International Space Station

Vol in Space

NASA Commander Scott Kelly, ’96, returned to Earth from a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station on March 1.

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Maddy and Mathilde

Mom Sacrifices Time With Her Daughter Toward Brighter Future For Them Both

For nearly a year, 2,570 miles separated Madeleine Beatty from her 5-year-old daughter, Mathilde.

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Top Researcher

The new Student Union project is the largest single construction project in UT Knoxville campus history.

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Randall Crowell pictured on his farm in UT orange tshirt, holding a baseball and glove.

Engineer, Farmer & Pitcher

Randall Crowell still throws foes for a curve

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Group of five alumni stand in front of Kennedy Space Center

Next Space Age

UT alumni help NASA plan for the future of space exploration.

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Drew, Byron and Jim Glass

Three Vol Generations Deep

Scholarships helped Glass family continue UT legacy

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Jayne Wu and Shigetoshi Eda

Quick Diagnosis

An innovative disease detection technology developed by UT Knoxville and UT Institute of Agriculture researchers is on its way to…

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