Lindsay Lee, a senior majoring in mathematics and Spanish, is among 32 U.S. men and women who have been named Rhodes Scholars and will start all-expenses-paid studies at Oxford University in England next October. Lindsay has done research at the National Institute of Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, Vanderbilt Medical Center, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Five UT students are working with community partners this summer to promote social justice through positive change in the Scholars Engaged in Public Scholarship program. It’s the first year for the new living and learning program, designed to promote collaboration between student scholars and communities.
Accomplished musicians. A student who knows five languages. Several students who have done significant community service work, including one who organized a 5K run to benefit Cambodia. These are a few of the credentials of the freshmen who will be the newest class of Haslam Scholars. The university’s premier, four-year scholarship program, the Haslam Scholars
Summer Awad, an anthropology student who just finished her freshman year, grew up hearing Arabic spoken at home but was never fluent in it herself. That may change this summer when she spends eight weeks in Nizwa, Oman, on a US State Department Critical Language Scholarship. Critical Language Scholarships give college students the opportunity to
UT alumnus Timothy Hulsey has been named associate provost and director of the Chancellor’s Honors and Haslam Scholars programs. He will begin on July 1. He currently is the founding dean of the Honors College at Virginia Commonwealth University. Hulsey will be responsible for recruiting honors students and faculty to work with them. Among other
Fadi Saleh is a UT pre-med sophomore from Memphis who’s making a name for himself in the Internet music mash-up world. His recent video of President Barack Obama “singing” Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit “Call Me Maybe” has been an Internet and media sensation this summer, earning mentions on CNN and in Us Weekly magazine, The
The Knoxville News Sentinel took an inside look into the thirteen students graduating this week as part of the inaugural class of Haslam Scholars, UT’s premier scholarship program.
This fall, fifteen high school seniors will enter the university as the 2012 class of Haslam Scholars, the university’s premier, four-year scholarship program. The group includes the program’s first male scholar-athlete, swimmer Ben Miller, and Franco D’Aprile, the sibling of a current Haslam Scholar.
Next month, the first class of Haslam Scholars will graduate. These students arrived at UT four years ago as part of the inaugural class of the Haslam Scholars Program, a premier four-year scholarship program created with generous contributions from Jimmy and Dee Haslam and Jim and Natalie Haslam.
Caitlin Conley Wise will never forget the day she met Steve and Laura Morris, who are making her college dreams a reality. Wise is part of the university’s first-year class of Haslam Scholars and the first student to benefit from the M. Steven and Laura Capps Morris Endowed Honors Scholarship, which is awarded to an
Thirty high school seniors from Tennessee, Texas and North Carolina will be on campus this weekend to interview to be part of the 2012-2013 class of Haslam Scholars, the premier scholarship program offered by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
When Chelsea Knotts began volunteering with a homeless ministry, she realized she could contribute her own talents by creating a running club for area homeless. Knotts is a senior Haslam Scholar majoring in biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology. She is also a Lady Vol cross-country runner. She had worked with Redeeming Hope Ministries on