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Largest Single Gift in UT Martin History Announced

The University of Tennessee at Martin will receive Wildwood Farm in Germantown, TN.

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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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Dr. Charley Deal Named Martin Vice Chancellor

Deal currently serves as the executive director of research, outreach, and economic development.

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UT Foundation

2019 UTFI Board of Directors Award Recipients

The Board of Directors Award, most prestigious award a Foundation employee can receive, recognizes outstanding achievements by development and alumni affairs staff.

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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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