Alumnus Jack Neely has a passion for educating people about UT’s history in its hometown.
Transforming families through an innovative program that pairs social and legal services
As the United Nations reports a record number of people forced from home, a UT Rhodes Scholar is taking a new look at refugee policies in the United States and abroad.
A cinema studies alum helped make a box office blockbuster less than two years after graduating.
Over the past 35 years, 10 UT graduates have advanced the American space program as NASA astronauts.
Taylor Opel’s animal therapy research at UT could improve the future for soldiers suffering from mental illness.
When Commander Mike Alverson directed the only American band at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, he included a performance of his alma mater’s beloved “Rocky Top.”
What do UT, the Flaming Lips, Nike, Viacom, and the National Museum of Singapore have in common? The unique work of Crystal Wagner (MFA ‘08).
On the first anniversary of Pat Summitt’s passing, we continue to honor her as the winningest basketball coach of all time, a teacher, a role model, a co-worker, and a friend.
A slew of the sites Bert Ho (’01) helps the National Park Service preserve for future generations include shipwrecks.