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Alumnus Spring 2020: Into the Wild

UT develops makers and sends them out into the world where they create and, sometimes, in that creation build their own businesses, large and small.

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Kerry Witcher

Witcher selected to fill UT Foundation post

Kerry Witcher has been selected as UT’s permanent vice president of development and alumni affairs and the president/CEO of the University of Tennessee Foundation, Inc. (UTFI).

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Tennessee Alumnus Winter 2019 Issue: The Makers

Alumnus Winter 2019: The Makers

UT develops makers and sends them out into the world where they create and, sometimes, in that creation build their own businesses, large and small.

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UT Knoxville Reaches Milestone in Join the Journey Campaign

More than 96,129 donors have helped the campaign reach the $1.1 billion mark, with the campaign continuing through 2020.

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Alumnus: A Battle Worth Fighting

The fall issue explores how UT researchers, alumni and students are fighting the opioid crisis.

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UT News App

UT News App

UT News is a one-stop source for the latest news from the University of Tennessee System and its campuses and institutes delivered to your iPhone.

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Fall 2017 Alumnus

Alumnus: A Battle Worth Fighting

In the fall issue, UT experts discuss the future of Tennessee through the water running across and under the state.

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Check out your accomplishments in the Year One Review

Check Out Your Accomplishments

We should all be proud of the progress we have made on the UTC Strategic Plan. Read the Year One Review.

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UTC grad brings reading home for kids in need

UTC Grad Brings Reading Home

Through HomeBound, Kelsey Butler is sending books home with kids who wouldn’t otherwise have access.

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Donor Luncheon

Donors and Students Meet Face to Face

Donors became more than a name on paper as students shook hands, shared stories, and thanked them personally.

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