A partner of the University of Tennessee’s Center for Sport, Peace, and Society (CSPC), the Global Sports Mentoring Program (GSMP), implemented in the CSPS since 2012, has been awarded the Stuart Scott ENSPIRE award for their work in the sports industry.
While tuition is not always a joyful subject for students, advancements concerning it on Monday will likely come across as pleasing to the UT community.
Former Chancellor Beverly Davenport officially left UT Tuesday after the Board of Trustees Audit and Compliance Committee approved a separation agreement and $1.33 million separation payment for Davenport.
Former Chancellor Beverly Davenport could be released from the university permanently with a $1.33 million settlement, according to a statement from the UT System on Friday.
UT President Joe DiPietro and Interim Chancellor Wayne Davis discussed ways to move forward with the recent changes in UT leadership Monday afternoon.
The science behind bones and human remains pieced together chilling stories of murder and death as told by forensic anthropologist William Bass Thursday evening.
Alex Swisher didn’t envision herself as the president of UT’s College Republicans chapter when she first arrived on campus. In fact, she didn’t even see herself going into politics.
The latest installment in an effort to spread green initiatives across UT's orange campus will eventually eliminate paper towel holders in restrooms.
Four UT students started a fundraising campaign to help Special Spaces, a local nonprofit organization that builds dream bedrooms for children with life-threatening illnesses.
Every month for the past four years, the McClung Museum has brought the narrative of black Civil War soldiers fighting for their freedom back to life through the first-hand accounts of the 1st Regiment, U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery.
A UT pain treatment professional discussed the history of the opioid epidemic and solutions to the accurate diagnosis of pain to a town hall meeting Monday night at McClung Museum.
UTPD Chief Troy Lane addressed the dangers of social media during shooter scenarios after rumors about an active shooter spread on campus Monday.
Many stories of veterans in American wars and conflicts have been lost to history, but UT’s Center of the Study of War and Society (CSWS) aims to document and share as many as possible.
Harvard professor and former ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Nicholas Burns concluded the Ashe Lecture Series on Thursday evening.