Fall 2019

But war can separate love. Or it can bring love together. We have stories that illustrate both in this issue.

Join us in this issue as we share alumni stories and how the University of Tennessee impacts the world through love and war.

A lighthouse beacon shines on a crowded boat of Vietnamese refugees

A Second Chance

A couple attain new lives through UTHSC.

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Mourners attending Lt. Richard “Tito” Lannom’s memorial service at Discovery Park of America filled all three floors of the museum.

Finding the Light

Charlotte Shaw finds courage through her husband’s bravery.

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Interior view of the entrance of Patten Chapel from the front altar

Heart of Campus

Patten Chapel beats with love and loss.

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Russell Toone assists a business owner with the government contracting process.

Continuing His Service

Veteran helps veteran-owned businesses.

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Participants in a girls soccer camp in Jordan toss neon colored soccer balls into the sky

A Catalyst for Hope

The Center for Sport, Peace, and Society brings hope, peace and inclusion to girls in war-torn countries through sports.

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Nathan Chumbler at the UT College of Vetrinary Medicine war dog memorial.

An Officer and a Veterinarian

Growing up, Nathan Chumbler had two passions: a love of animals and a desire to be an Army officer.

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Michael Johnson, a student veteran at UT Martin stands under the American flag at half-mast

Preparing for War

Si vis pacem para bellum … If you want peace, prepare for war.

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A row of grain silos in Sharon, TN. The largest and frontmost silo is painted with "Everywhere You Look, UT"

Everywhere You Look

Murals make UT's presence visible.

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A message from the interim president

I am thankful for the role our campuses and institutes play in preparing the next generation of servicemen and women,…

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UT Alumni Association logo

Meet the 2019-20 members of the Alumni Association Board of Governors

The Board of Governors serves as an advisory and advocacy group that works with the UT Foundation and the university…

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Lisa King, Mahmoud Haddad, and Christopher Horne

UTAA Presents Awards to Top Faculty, Staff

Each year, the UT Alumni Association recognizes outstanding faculty and staff for their service and dedication.

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Donde Plowman

Ninth Chancellor Appointed

Donde Plowman has returned to UT Knoxville to serve as the campus’ ninth chancellor.

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A woman carries the American flag across a walkway on UTCs campus. She is wearing a navy blue shirt and gold pants

UTC Offers Program to Assist Military Spouses

Military spouses can receive financial assistance to attend UTC.

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Rosann and Bill Nunnelly

Gift Sets Record

A $22 million bequest to UT Martin from alumnus Bill and Rosann Nunnelly will provide scholarships to qualified students from…

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Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris presents College of Nursing Dean Wendy Likes with a proclamation

2019 NightinGala Honors Mid-South Nurses

Nearly 250 nurses and supporters attended the third annual NightinGala hosted by the College of Nursing at UTHSC.

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historic photos show students at Morgan Hall on the agriculture campus in Knoxville

Department Celebrates a Century of Service

For 100 years, Agricultural and Resource Economics has been assisting agricultural producers and policymakers across the state and nation.

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technicians in tactical gear photograph a shed behind yellow crime scene tape

Center Hosts Forensic Invitational

On a crisp spring morning, 17 U.S. Army forensic science technicians closely studied seven crime scenes deep in the forest…

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UT Board of Trustees Chair John Compton discusses an issue during the annual meeting.

Board Approves Partnerships

At the annual UT Board of Trustees meeting, the board approved resolutions to strengthen collaboration between UT Knoxville and UTIA,…

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Chancellor Keith Carver holds a jackhammer in the center of a group of students and alumni representing their Divine Nine fraternities and sororities

Snapshots: Fall 2019

University of Tennessee alumni and students around the state.

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