The Haslam Scholars Program hosts a number of events throughout the academic year to foster intellectual curiosity and provide students with opportunities to learn from UT faculty and other scholars across multiple disciplines. It also host events that build cohort camaraderie and contribute to the life of the Haslam Scholars community. Scholars attend faculty lectures, global awareness presentations, peer scholar presentations, and cohort activities. Active participation in this programming helps scholars think about current issues in research and society and engages their moral sensibilities.
Friday Faculty Lectures
Each Friday, UT faculty from varying academic units are invited to present their research to current Haslam Scholars.
Global & Cultural Awareness Lectures
In the spirit of expanding each scholar’s worldview, UT faculty present on current global issues and events.
Haslam Scholars Fall Retreat
Each fall, all scholars join program administrators and program faculty on a weekend-long retreat to foster connections among the cohorts, develop leadership style, and deepen academic curiosity.