Walk down Phillip Fulmer Way and you can’t miss the new facade going up around Neyland Stadium. Turn around and you’ll see the cranes erecting the new Croley Nursing Building. Head west and find the stunning new Energy and Environmental Science Research Building. The physical transformation you’re seeing across campus reflects the progress happening throughout […]
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From the Chancellor
From athletic field safety to waste reduction through bioplastics, from data engine visualizations to quantum computing, research faculty at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are developing the technologies that will make life and lives better. That’s why we have launched the Chancellor’s Innovation Fund, a new annual program to help faculty entrepreneurs move these solutions […]
The awarding of an honorary degree is a distinction reserved for those whose life’s work has made the world better. That’s why it is my privilege to celebrate the leadership and service of Robert J. Booker, a Knoxville native and Tennessee’s first Black state representative, with an honorary doctorate in humanities from the College of […]
We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Brian Broyles as senior vice chancellor for advancement at UT Knoxville, a position of pivotal importance in advancing the university’s mission. Brian has served as interim vice chancellor for advancement since July and brings a track record of leadership and excellence in fundraising to the position. He […]
We have a storied history of producing great public servants at University of Tennessee, Knoxville. This year it was a pleasure to honor one of these alumni, former ambassador Arthur B. Culvahouse, with an honorary Doctor of Letters—the first degree granted from the new Baker School of Public Policy and Public Affairs. Ambassador Culvahouse has […]
As 2023 comes to an end, Volunteers have a lot to celebrate. This year we have shared big wins and meaningful moments. We have set bold ambitions and achieved hard-fought milestones. Together we have seen our students thrive, our faculty and staff recognized, and our research celebrated. For the first time, our first- to second-year […]
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Across the university, UT is on the rise—and research is no exception. This year, we received a record-breaking $428 million in research awards and sponsored projects funding. Industry leaders and government agencies are turning to UT for our expertise and capability to tackle complicated problems with real-world implications. From advanced materials and manufacturing […]
This season on the podcast You Might Be Right, former Governors Bill Haslam and Phil Bredesen talk to secretaries of state in Georgia and Michigan about election security, former college admissions officials and legal analysts about affirmative action, and academic scholars about how artificial intelligence will impact democracy. Conversations like these are what built the […]
Agriculture is, and always has been, a vital industry for our state—it is both our heritage and our future.