With Pat Summitt’s legacy as a guide, Tamika Catchings started her own nonprofit 15 years ago to help underserved children.
UT ranks seventh among public research universities for student Fulbrights and is the top-ranked SEC school.
From the dawn of TV sports in the 1950s through the 1980s, “Hello everybody, I’m Lindsey Nelson” were familiar words for viewers across the nation. In so many ways, Nelson ascended along with his medium.
The spirit that UT President Emeritus Joe Johnson found when he first walked into Ayres Hall in 1956 still pervades the Knoxville campus.
Every university is judged by its alumni, and former UT students have distinguished themselves all over the world in the sciences, literature, and performing arts.
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.