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College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences is UT’s flagship college and the largest, most comprehensive, and most diverse of UT’s eleven colleges. As such, our faculty are a central driver of the university’s academic accomplishments and the greatest contributor to all aspects of the university’s missions of instruction, research, and service to society.

The college’s twenty-one academic departments and schools, eight centers and institutes, and thirteen interdisciplinary programs span the disciplines of the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and the visual and performing arts. The college is also home to the Language and World Business Program and the College Scholars Program.

There are 640 fulltime-equivalent (FTE) instructional faculty in the college which includes 420 research- active tenure-track faculty and 219 non-tenure track faculty.

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A Skin-Eating Fungus Threatens Salamander Species

Doctoral Students Davis Carter and Wesley Sheley will present “A Skin-Eating Fungus Threatens Salamander Species” Friday, October 22 at noon via Zoom. A...

10/22 12pm
College Conversations: Spotlight on Diversity - UT STEM Alliance

The UT STEM Alliance was a part of the South East Alliance for Persons with Disabilities in STEM (SEAPD-STEM) program, a network of 21 education...

10/28 5:30pm
In the Dark: Tornado trouble in Tennessee

Kelsey Ellis, associate professor in the UT Department of Geography, will present “In the Dark: Tornado trouble in Tennessee” Friday, October 29 at noon via...

10/29 12pm
What Lies Below: A multi-biome perspective

Colleen Iverson, an ecosystem ecologist with the Climate Change Science Institute at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will present “What Lies Below: A...

11/12 12pm

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