Tricia Hepner is the director of a unique program that explores aspects of conflict and disasters in the human experience across three sub-disciplines of anthropology: cultural, biological, and archaeological. The Disasters, Displacement, and Human...
Author: College of Arts & Sciences
Vejas Liulevicius is the director of a small, but vital component of the College of Arts and Sciences: the Center for the Study of War and Society, housed in the Department of History. “Historians...
Mike Dennis graduated from UT in 1976 with a PhD in botany and went to work for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) in the aquatic plant program. Within the first few days on the...
UT physicist Robert Grzywacz has contributed to the discovery of four new elements recently added to the periodic table. One of them, element 117, has been named Tennessine. (Photography by Brian Notess)
Assistant Professors Shannen Dee Williams and Brandon Winford are making their mark in the history department and seeking resources to make UT one of the best departments in the region to study African-American history.
The Pregame Showcase—the popular faculty lectures that take place on campus two hours before each home football game—will be on hiatus until Phase II of the new Student Union construction is completed.
Since the beginning of this calendar year, the college and the university have lost twelve members of our college community who left their mark on the institution and our hearts.
For students in the Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures and World Business program, UT’s Experience Learning initiative is translating into internship opportunities that hone their language fluency while they gain real-world business experience.
Anita Clay is another student success story from the College Scholars Program. The exceptional students in this program continue to prove that they are among the most talented, interesting, and highly- achieving students at UT
A UT student drummer has made his professional debut on a recently released album
Kelsey Ellis started storm chasing while earning a master’s degree at Mississippi State University. Since then she has made an annual trip to the Great Plains each May to witness supercell thunderstorms and tornados firsthand.
Edward J. Boling , Paige Braddock ,Ashley Capps, George Demacopoulos, John McManus, Cortney Piper, Bill Ross, Tim Townes, and John Turley were honored at the college’s 2016 alumni and philanthropy awards ceremony.