In her investiture address, Chancellor Donde Plowman challenged the campus community to take risks, care about each other, and lead.
Learning about the cycle of poverty in rural communities. Assisting in-home building projects. These are just a few of the ways some UT students will spend their fall break.
A College of Communication and Information staff member who has spent 16 years in the military is headed overseas to active duty.
Ask what it means to be a Vol, and chances are you’ll hear a lot about serving others. Service is one of the strongest elements of our shared identity—it’s literally what makes a Volunteer a Volunteer.
The University of Tennessee is lighting the way for the young Vol fan who made his own UT T-shirt.
Placing service at the forefront of our celebration makes sense. It’s always been at the core of our work at UT. It’s our identity and our legacy.
UT Law alumni commit to serving Tennessee residents by implementing a service to better provide legal aid.
A transformative gift from Jim and Judi Herbert created the Herbert College of Agriculture.
Ingrid Ruffin’s creativity as a student-success librarian helps freshmen connect to campus.