GOOOAL: UTIA Turfgrass Team to Oversee Research for 2026 FIFA World Cup Fields
In soccer terms, the UT Institute of Agriculture just scored a winning goal.
Connected through the Global Story of Food and Agriculture
Students from diverse populations and backgrounds find common ground in Smith Center immersive experiences in locales around the world.
The UT Institute of Agriculture community gathered in person for Ag Day on September 24 to celebrate agriculture and its impacts across the state.
Why Amphibian and Reptile Health Matters, and What UT Researchers are Doing to Protect It
The inaugural Global Amphibian and Reptile Disease conference was held in August to bring researchers from around the world together.
Latest UT Mural Celebrates a Family’s Love Affair with the University
The farm of Rena and Bill Johnson is the location of the latest "Everywhere You Look, UT" mural.
UTIA Celebrates Campaign Success
Over ten years, the Together We Grow campaign raised more than $206 million, benefitting scholarships, endowments, and outreach.
Restoring Waterways, Revitalizing a Region
Education and workforce development are the deeper goals behind fun experiential learning at UT’s Lone Oaks Farm.
Providing the sole source of nutrition—everything a pet needs—is incredibly complicated. A veterinarian with the UT College of Veterinary Medicine weighs in on how to choose pet food with confidence.
Agricultural engineer Erin Webb credits mentors for assisting her life’s journey, one that has spanned everything from NASA studies on putting a greenhouse on Mars to heading an environmental research group at Oak Ridge National Lab.
The tenth-ever director and state leader of the Tennessee 4-H Youth Development Program currently oversees the largest 4-H organization in the country, with 7,216 4-H clubs found in communities small and large.
A Word from Carrie Castille, December 2022
A note from UTIA's senior leader, including comments about the magazine and the state of UTIA's impacts across Tennessee.
Great Grads – Jean Proctor McNeil
As a Black youth in the 1970s, Jean Proctor McNeil found few mentors to encourage her to be a veterinarian. Yet she achieved that goal and went on to mentor dozens of future veterinarians as well as redefine how animal shelters operate.