Madeline is a CHP student from Piney Flats, TN. She is majoring in Biomedical Engineering and is a member of the Society of Women Engineers, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and the Honors Events Committee.
Class of 2016 Honors Microbiology Lenoir City High School Lenoir City, Tennessee Ana Urias is a junior in the Chancellor’s […]
Hannah is a sophomore in the Chancellor’s Honors Program from Clinton, Tennessee, studying Language and World Business. She serves as the secretary for the Laurel Hall Residence Association and is also a member of the UT Ballroom Team. She enjoys reading, skiing, and playing with her four dogs!
Alex Cleveland is currently a first-year student in the CHP. Before coming to Knoxville, Alex lived in Zionsville, Indiana, which […]
Jack Kang, originally from Cordova, Tennessee first decided to attend UT to take advantage of the high academic level of the Biology department, the high-energy environment of Big Orange Country, and the diversity of multicultural student life on campus.
Noreen Premji is a student in the Chancellor’s Honors Program and member of the Honors Council Public Relations committee. She is double majoring in Journalism and Electronic Media and English concentrating in Rhetoric and Writing, with a French minor.
Jarrod Edwards is a student in the Chancellor’s Honors Program, UT Ambassador tour guide, College of Engineering Ambassador, and a member of the Student Alumni Associates. With his busy schedule, he has learned to thrive in an active environment and balance the high demands of an engineering course-load while participating in so many activities on campus.
As a student in the Chancellor’s Honors Program, Quincy Banks can be found taking rigorous classes, studying around campus, and hanging out with the new friends he has made at UT.
A Knoxville native, Tucker Hunley originally decided to attend UT because of its academic credentials. Upon arriving, he discovered an environment–both academic and extracurricular–that helped him find his passion and increase his potential for the future.
Nate Crilly is studying food science with a minor in animal science. He made the decision to attend the University of Tennessee partly because the research faculty made opportunities available to him immediately.