The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is planning for in-person, socially distanced commencement ceremonies in Neyland Stadium May 7-9.
For David Leventhal, the coronavirus pandemic hit during an already challenging time. The Student Emergency Fund and Center for Career Development and Academic Exploration helped him navigate a tough situation to become a full-time teacher.
UT will host 10 in-person commencement ceremonies November 19–22 at Thompson-Boling Arena for spring, summer, and fall 2020 graduates. The socially-distanced ceremonies will have additional health and safety protocols in place so graduates and their families can safely gather to celebrate their momentous accomplishments.
Adam Larkey, a spring 2020 industrial and systems engineering graduate, will join the workforce soon, but his first career began when he picked up the fiddle as a six-year-old.
Volunteer. Leadership. Service. Those three words were spoken many times on Friday as more than a thousand UT students walked across the commencement stage in Thompson-Boling Arena to receive their diplomas.
UT’s fall undergraduate commencement and graduate hooding ceremonies will be held December 12 and 13.
In commencement ceremonies last week, the university awarded 4,228 degrees.
At the 2019 Aloha Oe ceremony, graduating seniors received the Torch of Service, pledging to serve both the university and their communities as responsible and loyal alumni.
UT’s undergraduate commencement ceremony was filled with a series of special moments and a speech by Governor Bill Haslam.
UT’s undergraduate commencement and graduate hooding ceremonies will be held December 13 and 14. Governor Bill Haslam will address students during the undergraduate commencement ceremony on December 14.
Deidria Tankersley grew up dreaming about being a member of UT’s Pride of the Southland Band. Breast cancer threatened to derail her journey, but Tankersley marched on. Now, after three seasons with the Pride of the Southland, she is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in music.
Here is a gallery of photos from the 2018 Aloha Oe ceremony, which celebrates the accomplishments of graduating seniors.