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Haslam Scholars Program Spring 2015 Newsletter

This year’s spring newsletter was printed for distribution. To download a full copy of the newsletter, please click here.

IMG_0646HSP Graduates Launch Varied Careers

This spring, a group of remarkable scholars will graduate. Each of them has made a significant impact on the University of Tennessee, from undergraduate research to involvement in student organizations. Within and among their cohorts, they have built relationships centered on academic and personal excellence—and, in the process, they helped to grow and strengthen the Haslam Scholars Program. Read more.


New Lecture Series Features Faculty

The Haslam Scholars Program began its Friday Faculty lecture series in fall 2014 in addition to its existing Global Awareness Series. Read more.


Haslam Scholars Receive Torchbearer AwardIMG_0374

This year the University of Tennessee recognized two Haslam Scholars for their exceptional academic achievement and service to others. Kenna Rewcastle and Julia Ross were named Torchbearers, the highest student honor conferred by the university. Read more.


HSP Annual Retreat Offers Serious Fun

Haslam Scholars work hard—really hard—but we also play hard. And that is what the 2015 Haslam Scholars Retreat was all about. It was a time for bonding, games, and sweet, sweet relaxation. Read more.


Scholars Receive National Honors

Several Haslam Scholars received national scholarships or fellowships this year. Read more.


Tina RiedingerRemembering Tina Riedinger

In telling this story, I realized that the most distinct memory I hold of Tina is of the first time I met her. I can vividly remember her generosity and enthusiasm for the day, for the ability to share one of her and her husband’s passions with eager students. Read more.