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Plant Dreams

AgCenter for Synthetic Biology ‘reprograms’ plants to do new things.

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Julian Cosner

Nipping it in the Bud

Doctoral student studies hemp pest management.

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David Anderson, Ady the dog, Jack Lacey and Ed Pershing

A Partnership to Health

A talk with Jack Lacey and Ed Pershing.

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Monuments dedication to the National Pan-Hellenic Council

Points of Pride

Nine new monuments dedicated to UTK’s National Pan-Hellenic Council now have a permanent location along Johnson-Ward Pedestrian Walkway.

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Shipping continers arranged in a colorful grid

The Challenge in a Granola Bar

Defining, teaching, managing (and improving) global supply chains.

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Emma Jo Eversole greets the crowd on horseback at Dolly Parton's Stampede

Learning the Trick

Emma Jo Eversole reaches her goal of becoming trick rider.

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A group of students, alumni and officals cut the ribbon in front of two UT residence halls

Points of Pride

A record number of Vols began their semester at UT Knoxville, topping 31,000 students.

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Nan Gaylord speaks to a patient at the Vine School Health Center, a place where Knox County school children receive comprehensive health care.

Creating a Healthy World

During the past 25 years, Nan Gaylord has witnessed just about everything in the waiting room at Knoxville’s Vine School…

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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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Troy Galyon on Mount Katahdidn, the terminl point of the Appalachian trail

Better World

We all want to do our part to make the world a better place, but more often than not, we…

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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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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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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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Kyle McCormick examines material evidence in Laos

A Nation’s Promise

A forensic anthropologist searches the world for service members to keep the United States’ promise.

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An older man leans on his elbow against a tabe in a barn

Stress and Agriculture

Not everything is idyllic out on the farm. A new network through UT Extension will offer support.

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Paula Temple in her studio surrounded by her art

Art Unfenced

When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down indoor galleries in France, Paula Temple took her talents to the streets and opened…

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Jennifer and Brian Winbigler

A Better Place

Jennifer and Brian Winbigler hope their efforts create not only a brighter future for their children, but also the rest…

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Erin Zammett Ruddy

Loosening the Grip on the Big Life Plan

Erin Zammett Ruddy learned some life skills in her 20s that also helped her face the pandemic. Just don’t ask…

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Two students walk up the steps leading to Robinson Hall

Two Residence Halls Renamed for Black Trailblazers

Two residence halls are named for Theotis Robinson and Rita Sanders Geier, two African American trailblazers whose fight for equity…

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UTHSC administer vaccines in a mobile drive up vaccine clinic

Students Join Community Vaccination

Students and faculty from UTHSC joined to assist in the administration of COVID-19 vaccinations in Memphis.

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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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Two Pennies and a Pledge

One UT alumnus made a promise to himself when as a college student he had two cents to last two…

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Chad Goldman pictured near the Cumberland river in Nashville

Calling for Philanthropy

Chad Goldman wants to help others find acceptance. 

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