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Our thoughts continue to be with our friends and neighbors in #Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains.
It’s official: Tennessee now has a spot on the periodic table thanks to research from Oak Ridge National Laboratory, UT, and Vanderbilt University.

Tennessine Passes Review Period, Now Permanent Name for Element 117

UT Nursing students think beyond hospital walls to provide ongoing support to grieving parents.

A Lasting Impression

Sure, there’s the Big Bang, but then what happened? Chat with UT Physics faculty on the UTK Department of Physics and Astronomy Facebook account at 11 a.m. today and find out. More info at [ Tiny.utk.edu Link ].

Ask a Physicist Facebook Live: Quark-Gluon Plasma: The Primordial Soup of the Universe

A group of UT students will award $30,000 among 14 area nonprofits through Haslam College of Business - UT's nonprofit management class. The course gives students the opportunity to learn through service and experience. #GivingTuesday

Students to Award $30,000 in Grant Money to Local Nonprofits

Overnight, thousands of people were evacuated from their homes in Sevier County as fire continues to threaten Gatlinburg and the surrounding area. A campus effort is underway to collect donations of snacks, bottled water, and toiletries to assist relief efforts.

Giving Tuesday: Donations to Red Cross Help Fire Victims and First Responders

We're thankful for all of our Volunteers. Happy Thanksgiving, Vols! ????
Alumnus Darnell Reid is caring for the young and the young at heart.

Lending a Hand

Beverly Davenport will be recommended to the UT System Board of Trustees as our next chancellor. Pending board approval next month, Davenport will join us on Rocky Top in March.

UT Taps Beverly J. Davenport for Knoxville Chancellor Position

It's Big Orange Friday, and we're celebrating 50 years of the Rock! Share your favorite Rock photos below!
When Volunteers work together, they make a difference for our communities.

Clean Water for Clay County

Professor Joe Cook is retiring after 51 years of service to the University of Tennessee College of Law. What's your favorite memory of UT Law's longest-serving professor?

Joe Cook: 51 Years at UT Law

For 50 years, the Rock—a 97.5-ton hunk of Knox dolomite stone—has served as an iconic campus symbol. Most every day, and sometimes multiple times a day, individuals and groups paint the surface of the Rock to express opinions or congratulations as well as other messages. Read more about the history at [ Tiny.utk.edu Link ].
"No matter where you come from or what resources you have available, an education is the foundation for a better future." Join UT Knoxville Alumni and #BigOrangeGive today to help make education a realistic option for all students: [ Tiny.utk.edu Link ]
Jessica is looking for ways to improve our power grid. Because "giving light to future generations is in our creed. It's just part of being a Volunteer." #BigOrangeGive today for future generations of Volunteers. [ Tiny.utk.edu Link ]
Students from the University of Tennessee School of Music performed "Taps" today in honor of Veterans Day.
Today we celebrate our veterans as well as those currently serving our country. We are forever grateful to the men and women who sacrifice for our freedom. This photo captures the UT ROTC honoring a fallen hero in 1968.
It's not a bird! It's not a plane! It's a...bat? A new UT study says the Brazilian free-tailed bat is the fastest flying mammal, achieving ground speeds of up to 100 miles per hour. Check out the story from the Washington Post.

Meet the Brazilian free-tailed bat, the fastest animal on earth

The Haslam College of Business - UT will recognize veterans and active service members at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the college’s atrium. The event falls on the birthday of the United States Marine Corps and is open to all veterans, active service members, and the larger UT community.

Haslam College of Business to Honor Veterans, Active Service Members

Billboards designed by UT students are being seen across Phoenix, AZ, encouraging people to vote tomorrow. The nonpartisan designs first appeared around Knoxville before catching the attention of Lamar Advertising Company representatives in the southwest.

Word Spreads: UT Student-Designed Election Billboards Now on Display in Arizona