UT Trustees OK $3B Budget

Growing enrollments and record state funds enable the UT system to keep a cap on tuition while expanding research initiatives.

Dividing By Three

Ayres Hall

UT-Knoxville officials are considering carving up the College of Arts & Sciences into smaller units, and faculty are not pleased.

Higher Ed Pipeline Slows

The proportion of Tennessee high school graduates going directly to college is dropping. Education leaders are looking to reverse the trend.

Boyd Raises Plowman’s Pay

Growing enrollment prompts a $160,000 raise that brings UTK’s chancellor’s salary in line with her peers.

Civics Institute Takes Shape

Amid faculty concerns, Gov. Lee’s proposed Institute for American Civics at UT moves closer to reality with bipartisan legislative support.

Over the River

UT is looking to the South Waterfront for future growth and talking with the city about reviving a pedestrian bridge project.

Diversity and Divisiveness

A bill advancing in the Legislature aims to protect against ideological ‘indoctrination’ on Tennessee campuses. UT faculty members are pushing back.

A Campus in the Cloud

UT President Randy Boyd lays out options for expanding virtual education opportunities that include partnering with online-only institutions.