The Foundation’s mission is to enrich the lives of students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the University through alumni engagement, financial stewardship and private gift support. A nonprofit corporation, the Foundation helps meet the needs of the University by augmenting state and institutional funds.
Capping off a centennial year in which Tennessee Alumnus was redesigned and told the stories of the University of Tennessee’s history, milestones and its most accomplished alumni of the last century, the magazine took home top honors at the Council for the Advancement of Education (CASE) District III awards in Atlanta.
Four University of Tennessee graduates were honored for exceptional service to the University at the annual UT President’s Council Awards Dinner on Friday, Jan. 26.
Kerry Witcher, a longtime University of Tennessee administrator, assumes dual interim roles as vice president for development and alumni affairs and as president of the UT Foundation following the retirement of Rickey McCurry later this month.
100 of the most accomplished alumni in University of Tennessee history were celebrated Friday evening as part of an occasion marking the 100th anniversary of Tennessee Alumnus, the system-wide alumni magazine.