At a festival in Ecuador, VOLeaders and athletes with disabilities learned what unites them.
Our students have made a difference in communities nationwide through the VOLbreaks program.
Student volunteers are helping the McClung Museum uncover the history of black Civil War troops in Tennessee.
A UT grad student is one of only a few researchers worldwide exploring Mars in augmented reality.
“One of the simplest and most realistic ways to pay forward Martin Luther King’s legacy of love, courage, and service is to serve your clubs, fraternities, sororities, organizations, and university as selflessly as possible,” says Kiah Albritton, a public relations major and student leader.
A UT graduate student and an alumnus are commercializing products that could mean significant cost savings for farmers across the country while reducing waste and work time.
To inspire a love of science in young minds, UT students are mixing education and experimentation with a ton of fun.
A humble kiosk, designed and built to deliver clean, potable water, has changed the lives of residents in Clay County, Kentucky.
A UT student’s work on a research team helps Pacific Islanders make informed decisions about returning home decades after nuclear tests.
A group of UT graduate students used sophisticated social media monitoring technology to scrutinize the 2016 presidential election and gain valuable insights into the mood of American voters.