The spirit that UT President Emeritus Joe Johnson found when he first walked into Ayres Hall in 1956 still pervades the Knoxville campus.
Rising from a first-generation college student to serve as UT’s interim chancellor, Wayne Davis believes in helping others reach their full potential.
Tennessee Athletics honors the Vols and Lady Vols who are leaders in their sport, in the classroom, and in the community.
As the world’s first outdoor forensic anthropology research center, it’s only natural that the Body Farm has produced pioneering research, and researchers, in the forensics field.
Mark Dean (’79) is a personal computing pioneer who teaches his students to make the most of UT’s unique engineering and computer opportunities.
Seventeen students and recent graduates were offered Fulbright fellowships for the 2019–20 academic year.
General Mike Holmes, named commander of the US Air Force’s Air Combat Command in 2017, first came to UT as a student when he was only five years old—but not as the youngest freshman ever.
Participants in the VOLeaders Academy are student–athletes selected through a highly competitive process for a year-long program.
Over the past 35 years, 10 of our graduates have advanced the American space program as NASA astronauts.