A new service-learning course in Costa Rica gives students an opportunity to engage in research and outreach with a global perspective.
Higher Ground Blog
Students in the Normandy Scholars Program analyze the complexities of World War II and retrace the path of the D-Day invasion.
Students from countries all around the world come to UT to research and address critical issues facing the international community.
A new program helps prepare graduate students to live and work in an increasingly diverse world.
An alumna’s journey on the path of the liberal arts.
Jim and Judi Herbert’s gift to the Writing Center will impact students across the university.
New experimental techniques and increased computing power allow scientists to study systems biology at the molecular level.
A unique program gives MFA theatre students a rare opportunity to experience the process of writing and producing a play.
Psychology faculty are working to unlock the mysteries of the brain to understand how humans change over a lifetime.
Each year, we celebrate the creative and scholarly accomplishments of our alumni, their strong volunteerism, and their generosity at our annual College of Arts and Sciences Alumni and Philanthropy Awards...
Professor Lawrence A. Taylor passed away September 18 just after his 79th birthday and following his recent retirement after 46 years of service on the UT faculty. Larry was founder...
In a corner of Strong Hall, UT’s new state-of-the-art science facility, the past and the future coalesce to form the Visualization Lab, informally known as the “Mission Ops Room.” The...