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All posts by Carly Porter


Teaching and Learning Innovation (TLI) invites proposals for its Innovative Teaching and Learning Conference which will be held virtually on March 23, 2023.


The Council of American Overseas Research Centers is currently accepting applications for the Multi-Country Research Fellowship with a deadline of December 8, 2022.


UT Knoxville has announced the Graduate Access and Diversity Fellowships have been renamed as the Carolyn R. Hodges Graduate Fellowships (Hodges Fellows).


The GSS & SGA Town Hall will give students over an hour of “Q and A” with their student government leaders and campus administrators.


On October 20, 2022, join the Office of Ombuds Services for UT’s first annual Ombuds Day Celebration to explore the theme of Resilience, Resolve, and Respect.


Ashley Rogers, a graduate student in biomechanics, is combining her passion for softball with her research goals to improve the sport for future players.


Veterans Michael Chan and Andrew Roberts teamed up for a joint MBA project, ultimately forming a nonprofit, Veterans to Volunteers, to tackle the problem of veteran attrition in civilian jobs.


Jack Schwartz, a second-year political science PhD candidate, will pursue Arabic in Amman, Jordan, with support from a Boren Fellowship.


As Jonah Freed receives his master’s degree this week, he may reflect on all the places that fostered his interest in mental health and helping immigrants—from Ghana to Peru to the UT College of Social Work.


Our featured soloist for the Spring 2022 Graduate Hooding Ceremony is Joel Brown, a second year graduate student in Voice Performance at the UT School of Music.