Logan Durham is having a rough -- or, maybe that's "ruff" -- year. And he's enjoying every moment of it.
Richmond taps Ayers as president, Mears dies in Knoxville, Rita Geier joins university
May 25, 2006, wasn't a typical day on the job for Jereme Odom. He helped save a life and then…
Seizing opportunities is nothing new for William Mackall, the UT Martin Hall of Fame football player and undercover police officer.
Chad Holliday Jr. is full of enthusiasm as he surveys the crowd at the grand opening of the DuPont Tate…
Tennessee business people, farmers, scientists, and political leaders have a shared vision of a statewide economy powered by ethanol.
The Tennessee Governor's Academy for Mathematics and Science in Knoxville is a radically different kind of school.
In 1956, on a lark, five UT students departed Knoxville for Alaska, where they spent the summer working in a…
After exploring business practices in Ireland and Scotland, Jennifer Morrison-Fuller came away with a new understanding of the global market.
Adam Vicars never expected to follow in his older brother's paw prints when he got to the University of Tennessee,…
It was a hot Friday afternoon in a remote village in Belize, and the UT group there on a medical…
"I wanted to challenge my prejudice against homeless people." Kathleen Malloy may sound like a social worker, but she's not.
A prodigy in many respects, Clarence Leon Brown received special permission to enter UT at the age of 15.
Medical technology has come a long way in the past 40 years, and UTHSC professor Brenta Davis was instrumental in…
Meet some of the UT graduates whose lives have been dramatically changed by the education they received here.
I gave my first reading of my children's novel, Gentle's Holler, in Sylva, North Carolina, in the spring of 2005.
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