Torchbearers are seniors who embody the Volunteer spirit while demonstrating academic excellence and a commitment to serving others.
“To lead the country in Goldwater Scholars is a credit to these five outstanding future STEM research leaders,” said Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor David Manderscheid.
As the COVID-19 pandemic became more prevalent in 2020, UT again stepped up to serve the nation and the world.
UT’s Center for Educational Leadership will partner with the Tennessee Department of Education to offer virtual professional learning opportunities to all public school principals.
Medical workers put on their scrubs and their masks and move to the front lines, facing the coronavirus head-on every day in cities across the country.
UT’s Office of Advancement has found a variety of ways to stay connected with Vols across the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two engineering professors have a National Science Foundation grant to study transit safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the few offices on campus remaining open during the coronavirus closure is that of WUOT.
Officials making impactful decisions about combating the COVID-19 virus have resources from a team anchored by the Baker Center and the Department of Public Health at UT.