The College of Arts and Sciences recognized alumni achievements at the Sixth Annual Alumni and Philanthropy Awards celebration Friday, October 8, 2021. Alumni, their friends and family, and college leadership gathered to celebrate the depth and breadth of careers a degree from the College of Arts and Sciences can provide.
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...
Mike Dennis graduated from UT in 1976 with a PhD in botany and went to work for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) in the aquatic plant program. Within the first...
Big Orange Give is big success, and Dean Theresa Lee serves as an honorary Vols coach.
Actress Valisia LeKae uses her UT degree in psychology to understand her characters. It’s clearly working: She recently earned a Tony nomination.
Alumni remember their most inspirational professors in the arts and sciences at UT.
Alumnus John Chandler shares his thoughts about the importance of the study of the humanities and their relevance throughout life.
Accomplished Alumnus Wade Guyton (’95) finds art in technology.
The college has just released a report highlighting our progress to help UT reach the Top 25. Read about our impressive students, faculty, alumni, staff, and donors, and then let us know how we’re doing.
US ambassador and UT alumna Margaret Scobey will speak at the college’s commencement on May 10, and several members of the college family were honored at the 2013 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet.