UT Knoxville

Illustrations of a diverse group of people.

UTAA Recognizes Outstanding Faculty

Each year, the UT Alumni Association recognizes outstanding faculty and staff for their work in three categories.

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Tell Us A Story

The college experience is filled with more than just lectures and exams. It’s a tapestry woven with friendships, memories and…

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Daniel McPartland crosses the monkey bars on a ROTC obstacle course.

Training the Next Generation

Army ROTC prepares students at the Knoxville, Chattanooga and Martin campuses to enter the military as second lieutenants, as well…

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UT Knoxville students and military veterans display a banner which reads "Connecting military veterans to UT student services".

Bridges to Higher Education

The transition from serving in the military to pursuing a postsecondary education can be one with which many veterans struggle.…

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Uniformed military member stands with daughter on a grassy hill, with US flags waving in the wind.

Military By the Numbers

From offering an in-state tuition rate to students affiliated with the military to creating veteran resource centers, the University of…

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Board members of the Alliance of Women Philanthropists stand for a group photo.

Giving for the Future

For the 2023-24 year, the Alliance of Women Philanthropists’ Giving Circle has distributed grants of more than $41,000 to fund…

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UTHSC nursing students will be providing outreach to underserved communities with a mobile health unit.

Funding the Future, Contributing to Communities

Thanks to the generosity of alumni and donors, the University of Tennessee transforms dollars into opportunities for its researchers and…

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UT President Randy Boyd reads You Can't Buy a Dinosaur with a Dime to children during a Money Week class about financial literacy. Photo By Sam Thomas

UT Tackles Challenges

The UT System, with its statewide presence, people, expertise, resources and influence, is uniquely positioned to tackle grand challenges.

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Featured photo: Left, Cornelius Smith Jr. (Frederick Douglass) in American Prophet, which ran July 15-Aug. 28 at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater in Washington, D.C. Photo By Margot Sschulman

Whispering Truth

A UT Martin and UT College of Law graduate stood on the wings of a stage this summer to witness…

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Expressions of Art on UT Campuses photo collage

Expressions of Art on UT Campuses

A collection of photos showing UT Students across UT campuses performing and participating in various art forms.

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Making Beautiful Music

Band members from across the UT System found it life changing and now they help change others’ lives.

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A student takes inventory of the incoming goods while setting up the Big Orange Pantry in 2020.

Philanthropy in the Pantry

What if the stereotype “broke college student” described your life? This is the case far too often for many struggling…

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Two gloved hands carefully hande documents from 1919 unsealed from a time capsule

Time Travelers

UT's time capsules celebrate bygone eras.

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The McClanahan family in front of their barn

Family Linked to UT Since 1946

An “Everywhere You Look, UT” mural shows pride.

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Ben Neale and his cattle

The Light on the Hill

Tennessee beef producers see sales rise.

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Young ag entrepreneurs with their patent

Finding a Better Way

A class at UT Martin leads to a patent.

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Assisting in a Crisis

Alumni and donors give to help students impacted by COVID-19.

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A student in an outdoor classroom seated on blankets in the shade raises her hand

Back to School

In this historical moment, education continues, albeit a little differently.

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Welcome to the UT Family

How UT's campuses and academic program prepared five Class of 2020 graduates.

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The Tennessee Capitol building

Finding Their Passion for Politics

UT student interns get first-hand lessons on the legislative process and the dynamics of politics.

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Keith Carver unveils an oversize Skyhawk logo on the UT Martin basketball court

Snapshots: Spring 2020

University of Tennessee alumni and students around the state.

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teacher materials, colored pencils, golden delicious apple and a globe

From Strength to Strength

UT System hosts teacher preparation convening.

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Lisa King, Mahmoud Haddad, and Christopher Horne

UTAA Presents Awards to Top Faculty, Staff

Each year, the UT Alumni Association recognizes outstanding faculty and staff for their service and dedication.

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