AWC UTK is an organization interested in the welfare of all animals. Membership is free, noncommittal, and comes with no requirements (being vegetarian/vegan is not a prerequisite).
We are College Ministry that is apart a local church, Antioch Community Church. As in all areas of our church, our college ministry is centered around Lifegroups, small group communities that meet weekly in students’ homes.
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote interest, involvement, and conversation of pre-modern art works and theories, as well as post-modern and contemporary art works and theories.
We are active members of the Purple Cities Alliance. We have two events monthly. One event is led by students with hands-on arts activities at the University of Tennessee Baker Center, and then another event is run at the Knoxville Museum of Arts.
The Asian American Association is made up of undergraduate and graduates students of the University of Tennessee promoting diversity, culture, and inclusion through the Asian American student body.
The mission of Asian American InterVarsity (AAIV) at UTK is to make Christ's love known through service and fellowship throughout the University of Tennessee, Tennessee, and the world.
To promote and improve the public’s understanding of the importance of science in continuing and establishing a technologically advanced and sustainable society.
A.S.A.P. is an organization dedicated to educating and providing resources for like-minded students who are interested in a career in Student Affairs upon graduation.
The mission of ABA-UT is to promote applied behavioral analysis research and practice. Specifically, ABA-UT will serve as a scientific and professional reference and networking group. Furthermore, ABA-UT will disseminate ABA information.
ASIS&T is a multidisciplinary organization with members from fields such as librarianship, computer science, linguistics, management, engineering, law, medicine,and education. It is interested in bridging the gap between information research and practice