Forensic Anthropology Center Celebrates 30th Anniversary 4

For three decades, the Forensic Anthropology Center has been on the forefront of forensic anthropology, turning out research and helping train law enforcement officials from around the country.
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Remembering Avon Rollins Sr. 7

If a single image enshrines the memory of the late Avon Rollins Sr., it’s a Knoxville News Sentinel photo from May 1963 of his six-foot-four body lying on the sidewalk in front of the Tennessee Theatre as part of the effort to integrate Knoxville’s movie theaters. Continue reading

Captivating Stories

Take a look at stories about faculty, staff, and students that struck a chord with media, logged the most online hits, and left a lasting impression. Continue reading

2016 Campus Year in Review

From significant events to famous visitors to the loss of a great friend, 2016 was chock-full of moments the Volunteer family will never forget. Continue reading

A Pilgrim’s Progress

College of Nursing alumna Rita Silen reflects on her trek along the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain. Continue reading

From Broadway to Prime Time

Catch up with alumnus Conrad Ricamora who recently was promoted to a series regular in the hit TV show How to Get Away with Murder and received the Visibility Award from the Human Rights Campaign. Continue reading

Pat Summitt

“She had three hearts: the heart of a mother, the heart for others, and a heart for Jesus Christ…. I … Continue reading

Pat’s Fight Continues

“Put away your hankies. There’s not going to be any pity party. We’re going to fight, and we’re going to … Continue reading

Adam Brown Social Media Command Center

Students in the College of Communication and Information can now learn the increasingly important job skill of social listening thanks to the new Adam Brown Social Media Command Center. Continue reading

Andraya Carter

“You gave a seven-year-old girl her Lady Vol dream And I’ll always love you for it. But I can’t love … Continue reading