“It’s no secret that we are living in a polarized, turbulent time in American life, and college campuses are not immune. In the last 12 months, alone, news accounts have documented multiple instances of extremist groups seeking to demonstrate or speak at universities. And now, two of our own campuses-the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga-are being targeted.”
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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.
Chancellors at University of Tennessee campuses presented justification for their decisions to opt out of contracted facilities management services to the UT Board of Trustees on Friday.
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.
The 1.8 percent undergraduate tuition increase trustees approved is the lowest increase since 1984 and marks three consecutive years of increases at or below 3 percent—a first since the UT system was established in 1968.