UTIA College of Veterinary Medicine Dean Paul J. Plummer.

Alumnus Returns as UTCVM Dean

UT graduate Paul J. Plummer returns to the university as dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Ukrainian Students Find Refuge

For graduate students Nina Klimenkova and Arsen Martyshchuk, UT Chattanooga has been a literal refuge.

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Conceptual rendering of the Dorothy and Jim Kennedy Health Sciences Building, the future home of the UTC School of Nursing.

UTC School of Nursing Celebrates $8 Million Gift

UT Chattanooga received an $8 million gift from the Kennedy Foundation to name the UTC School of Nursing the Dorothy…

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Cap Nguyen smiles for a photo inside one of UT Chattanooga's mechatronics labs.

A Safe Haven

Cap Nguyen discovers opportunity at UTC.

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A Syrian refugee camp in Jordan.


UT Knoxville professor studies refugee camps' environments.

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Representatives from the London Parade office, the city of London and UTC representatives watch footage of the London Parade in the Hayes Concert Hall before presenting the Marching Mocs with its official invitation to participate in the London New Year’s Day Parade.

Marching Mocs Headed to London

The UTC Marching Mocs have been invited to participate in the 2024 London New Year’s Day Parade and Festival.

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Richard Schoeberl

‘Something Had to be Done’

Nearly 28 million people are currently enslaved around the world, with traffickers raking in $150 billion a year. UT Southern…

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Maya Campbell, Spanish instructor

From Tunes to Letters

The Tennessee Language Center uses music, literature and calligraphy to help students learn.

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UTC Professor of Psychology Ralph Hood

Religious Right Down to DNA

UTC professor investigates impact of religion.

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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 Africa: Alumna Evacuated from Namibia

For Peace Corps volunteers like Alex Cleveland, readjusting to life in your "home" country is usually difficult. Moving back in…

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Street art in Catania Italy shows the Mona Lisa wearing a face mask

Out of the Ashes

Aubrey Toldi had a unique experience of the COVID-19 pandemic – having witnessed the initial responses in two of the…

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Connor Mitchell in Spain

Leaving for Texas: Fulbright Fellow Returns to U.S

UT alum Connor Mitchell tells about his abrupt return to the U.S. from Spain during the coronavirus pandemic.

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A lighthouse beacon shines on a crowded boat of Vietnamese refugees

A Second Chance

A couple attain new lives through UTHSC.

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Participants in a girls soccer camp in Jordan toss neon colored soccer balls into the sky

A Catalyst for Hope

The Center for Sport, Peace, and Society brings hope, peace and inclusion to girls in war-torn countries through sports.

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A Rwandan mother and child in the Musanze District.

‘Like a Boss’

Changing lives chicken by chicken in Rwanda.

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Angela Ammerman teaches Thai children the proper way to hold the violin bow.

A More Musical World

UT Martin music education professor Angela Ammerman's life was changed after teaching violin to orphans in Thailand.

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Thai Finance Minister Apisak Tantivorawong

Becoming the Fixer

Thailand’s Finance Minister Apisak Tantivorawong and his adviser are both guided by their education at UT.

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Rebecca Moss, Anne Rittenberry, Mary Stengel and Jane Womack in front of Highclere Castle

Tennessee Travelers: Hole-in-One

Experience one of golf’s greatest events—the Ryder Cup—and discover Paris all in the same week.

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William Abrams is shown visiting a sand-dune plain in the United Arab Emirates. He and his research team searched the area for features indicating the possible presence of groundwater in the desert.

Water Is For Fighting Over

William Abrams (Martin ’15) literally is finding water in the desert.

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Harrison Kincaid, Onise, Stacy, and Sara Cox pose with one another in Haiti. (Photo courtesy of Stacy Cox)

Hearts for Haiti

From housing to healthcare, UT helps where it’s needed.

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Terrence Terrell Jones

9,000 Miles To Africa

Terrence Terrell Jones, a UTHSC medical student researches TB.

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Jana Ogg (right) and Denis Ochaka

Global Outreach, Local Perspective

A UT Martin alumna learns leadership lessons.

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