We’ve all had one. A day where you feel like your fate is sealed before you even step out the door. A day where you feel less than confident and not like yourself.
How we invest our time reveals our values. So does how we invest our treasure. The estate gift of the late Ken and Blaire Mossman follows their heart and creates a legacy that reflects their values.
At five, Benjamin Parton simply wanted to be like his older violin-playing brother. His competitive streak of simply wanting to be better at strings than his brother waned as he honored his calling.
Timothy Deidesch and Mohammad Moniruzzaman are the first two recipients of the Penley Fellowship which provides a graduate student with resources to pursue a research project or creative endeavor of exceptional promise.
Paying it forward placed the Department of Geography on the map for Neil Conner. A mostly privately funded cushion of financial support adds to the robust learning environment of the doctoral geography student.
Summer internships at Volkswagen Chattanooga allow students to apply their German language and culture knowledge while gaining valuable career experience.
Undergraduate Jordan Roach’s experience in a UT lab is a pathway to realizing his dream at St. Jude’s Research Hospital.
Last summer, London became the classroom for Professor Ian Down’s course on the British Political System and Political Culture.
Students enrolled in the Gulu Service and Study Abroad Program earn six credit hours while providing valuable community service.
A game day tradition for many UT fans, Pregame Showcase features talks by faculty all-stars of the academic gridiron, exactly two hours before each home game.
Unlike most of us, one UT employee deliberately adds an additional forty minutes to his daily commute to and from campus, and relishes every minute.
UT Humanities Center joins sponsorship of program to prepare high school students to be active and engaged citizens in their local and global communities.