Corinne Tandy joined the Honors and Scholars Programs as an Honors Advisor in 2018. She previously worked as a graduate assistant in the office with the Haslam Scholars Program. She has worked in the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Boston, MA as well as the Regional Forensic Center here in Knoxville. She has experience teaching at UT, Pellissippi State Community College, and Roane State Community College.
Corinne enjoys working with honors students as they make the transition to college and aiding them in pursuing a fulfilling undergraduate experience through curricular and co-curricular activities.
In her free time, Corinne enjoys playing the violin, traveling to the United Kingdom to visit her family, and spending time at home with her partner and their dogs.
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Corinne is a PhD candidate in comparative and experimental medicine with concentrations in infectious diseases and epidemiology. She received her B.A. in anthropology from the University of Tennessee (UT) and her M.S. in forensic anthropology from Boston University School of Medicine.