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Haslam Scholars Program Annual Retreat

The weekend of February 17th, all four cohorts of the Haslam Haslam Scholars Program gathered at the Clyde Austin 4-H Center in Greeneville, TN for another successful annual HSP retreat. The retreat, organized by a scholar-led Programming Committee, helps build community and foster relationships while offering an escape from a busy semester. Haslam Scholars and staff participated in annual traditions such as trivia and karaoke, heard from esteemed UT faculty members in a variety of engaging academic seminars, and socialized over group meals.

Faculty from across departments presented to scholars on a range of topics from meditation to careers in academia. The Haslam Scholars Program would like to thank Dr. Michelle Brown of Sociology, Dr. Matthew Cooper of Psychology, Dr. Bob Kronick of Educational Psychology, Dr. Eboni Winford of Psychology, Dr. Monica Black of History, Dr.Celeste Carruthers of Economics, Dr. Kristina Cantin of Honors and Scholars, and Dr. Timothy Hulsey of Honors and Scholars for taking the time to create an enriching the weekend for the its scholars.!

 

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