University of Tennessee Libraries. The University of Tennessee Libraries offers a wide range of services to patrons, including access to electronic databases and digital collections. To learn more about the digital initatives of the libraries, see the Digital Library Center entry below.
Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project. The Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project provides support for researchers at all levels who study the Smokies and the surrounding communities.
University of Tennessee Digital Library Center. A member of the Digital Library Federation, the Digital Library Center (DLC) creates and maintains a variety of digital collections. The DLC provides critical technical support to the Pi Beta Phi-Arrowmont Project.
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. The school's roots date back to 1945 when the Settlement School offered summer arts and crafts programs. Today the school is a leader in international arts and crafts education, dedicated to fostering the creative talents of its diverse student body.
Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women. Founded in 1867, Pi Beta Phi was the first national fraternity for women. The fraternity's philanthropic efforts reached rural Gatlinburg when they opened the Settlement School in 1912.
Pi Beta Phi Elementary School. Begun originally as the Settlement School, today's Pi Beta Phi Elementary School is a K-8 school boasting unique educational opportunities such as the Parks as Classrooms curriculum.
Institute of Museum and Library Services. The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) supports libraries and museums across the nation. The Pi Beta Phi-Arrowmont project is funded by an IMLS grant.
City of Gatlinburg. Official city of Gatlinburg website.