Captain Skyhawk mascot giving high fives to small children

Alumni in Photos: Winter 2016

Featured photo (above): Celebrating 20 years, Captain Skyhawk gives high fives all around during UT Martin’s homecoming football game.

One of UT College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resource’s oldest alumni, Joe Ralph Alexander, turned 100 on Oct.16.
One of UT College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resource’s oldest alumni, Joe Ralph Alexander, turned 100 on Oct.16.
UT Martin alumni gathered at Dunagan Alumni Center
UT Martin Class of 1965, from front left, Johnny Williams, Joy Durham, Jane Huffstetler, Marita Harding, Carmen Pendergrass, Barbara Wright, Phillip White, from back left, Larry York, Jim Gibson, David Stroud, Jerry Arnold, Howell Todd, John Federico, Ted Turner and John Wright gathered at the Dunagan Alumni Center for a luncheon.
UTC College of Business tailgaters at First Tennessee Pavilion.
UTC College of Business tailgaters at First Tennessee Pavilion.
Inky Johnson seated with family members in Tyson Alumni House
Enjoying family time and tailgating, motivational speaker and former UT football player, Inky Johnson, received an Alumni Promise Award during the 2015 Alumni Awards Dinner.
Hosting its first “Dinner with Strangers” event, UTHSC connected students and alumni like, from left, Emily Laird (UTHSC ’97), Donna Reed (HSC ’75) and Sara Neil (UTHSC ’17), for an evening of conversation and networking at the Northwest Passage of the Memphis Zoo.
Hosting its first “Dinner with Strangers” event, UTHSC connected students and alumni like, from left, Emily Laird (UTHSC ’97), Donna Reed (HSC ’75) and Sara Neil (UTHSC ’17), for an evening of conversation and networking at the Northwest Passage of the Memphis Zoo.
Belting out “Rocky Top,” singer and songwriter Ellie Holcomb (Knoxville ’05, ’06) entertained and celebrated at the 2015 Alumni Awards Dinner, where she received an Alumni Promise Award with her husband, Drew (Knoxville ’03).
Belting out “Rocky Top,” singer and songwriter Ellie Holcomb (Knoxville ’05, ’06) entertained and celebrated at the 2015 Alumni Awards Dinner, where she received an Alumni Promise Award with her husband, Drew (Knoxville ’03).
All smiles, from left, Hannah Burton and McCarley Denton, are soon-to-be health professions graduates of the UT Health Science Center.
All smiles, from left, Hannah Burton and McCarley Denton, are soon-to-be health professions graduates of the UT Health Science Center.
Meg Kinnard, granddaughter of the late U.S. Rep. Ed Jones (D-Tenn.), recently added to the UT Martin archive collection by donating Jones’ signed gavel, signed photographs from Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush and various awards received by Jones during his life. Pictured in front of Jones’ portrait are Joe Hill, Jones’ congressional district aide; Todd Winters, professor and dean of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences; Andy Wilson, vice chancellor for university advancement; Kinnard; Geoffery Hardee; Terry Oliver, former Tennessee Commissioner of Agriculture; and Jim Byford, professor emeritus and former dean of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences.
Meg Kinnard, granddaughter of the late U.S. Rep. Ed Jones (D-Tenn.), recently added to the UT Martin archive collection by donating Jones’ signed gavel, signed photographs from Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush and various awards received by Jones during his life.
 
Pictured in front of Jones’ portrait are Joe Hill, Jones’ congressional district aide; Todd Winters, professor and dean of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences; Andy Wilson, vice chancellor for university advancement; Kinnard; Geoffery Hardee; Terry Oliver, former Tennessee Commissioner of Agriculture; and Jim Byford, professor emeritus and former dean of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences.
UTC alumni and friends, Andrea Perry Lyons, Kimberly Pettyjohn, Dick Heck, Ann Heck, Martha Leonard and Christian Leonard tailgate at a Mocs home football game.
UTC alumni and friends, Andrea Perry Lyons, Kimberly Pettyjohn, Dick Heck, Ann Heck, Martha Leonard and Christian Leonard tailgate at a Mocs home football game.
UT Knoxville Student Alumni Associates 9 with Natalie Haslam, center, at the 2015 Alumni Awards Dinner.
UT Knoxville Student Alumni Associates 9 with Natalie Haslam, center, at the 2015 Alumni Awards Dinner.
UT Knoxville Chancellor Cheek chats with alumni during a Big Orange Evening in New York City.
UT Knoxville Chancellor Cheek chats with alumni during a Big Orange Evening in New York City.
Rachel Ramsey Cruze (Knoxville ’10), second from right, received the Alumni Promise Award during UT Knoxville’s Alumni Awards Dinner. She is joined by her husband, Winston Cruze, right; her parents, Dave and Sharon Ramsey, center; and UT Knoxville Associate Vice Chancellor for Alumni Affairs 11 Lee Patouillet and his wife, Mary Patouillet.
Rachel Ramsey Cruze (Knoxville ’10), second from right, received the Alumni Promise Award during UT Knoxville’s Alumni Awards Dinner. She is joined by her husband, Winston Cruze, right; her parents, Dave and Sharon Ramsey, center; and UT Knoxville Associate Vice Chancellor for Alumni Affairs
11 Lee Patouillet and his wife, Mary Patouillet.
From left, Charles Wharton, Trish Williams, U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, UT Knoxville Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and Alan Wilson at the 2015 Alumni Awards Dinner at the Knoxville Convention Center. Corker and Wilson were honored with Distinguished Alumnus Awards.
From left, Charles Wharton, Trish Williams, U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, UT Knoxville Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and Alan Wilson at the 2015 Alumni Awards Dinner at the Knoxville Convention Center. Corker and Wilson were honored with Distinguished Alumnus Awards.
Tommy and Susan Crunk enjoy a Tyson House tailgate.
Tommy and Susan Crunk enjoy a Tyson House tailgate.
Judge John Everett Williams, right, of Huntingdon, received the inaugural Distinguished Criminal Justice Alumni Award from UT Martin’s Department of Behavioral Sciences during a September luncheon. Jesse Luke Robinson, student president of the UT Martin chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, presented the award.
Judge John Everett Williams, right, of Huntingdon, received the inaugural Distinguished Criminal Justice Alumni Award from UT Martin’s Department of Behavioral Sciences during a September luncheon. Jesse Luke Robinson, student president of the UT Martin chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, presented the award.
From left, Mallory Staley, Starla Staley (Martin ’93), Stephanie Legens (Martin ’90) and Lakyn Bell visit the Chi Omega sorority tent at 15 UT Martin’s homecoming.
From left, Mallory Staley, Starla Staley (Martin ’93), Stephanie Legens (Martin ’90) and Lakyn Bell visit the Chi Omega sorority tent at
15 UT Martin’s homecoming.
Dominic Ruffno, Shelbi Bias and Rhonda Bias enjoy the Orange and White Networking Night at the AT&T Building in Nashville before the football season opener.
Dominic Ruffno, Shelbi Bias and Rhonda Bias enjoy the Orange and White Networking Night at the AT&T Building in Nashville before the football season opener.
From left, Anne Widener, Lucas Cotter, Bart Rolen, Tyler Spry, Jeff Turner, Robert Clark, Darin Hurley and George Vieth participate in a financial summit for alumni sponsored by members of the UTC GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Council.
From left, Anne Widener, Lucas Cotter, Bart Rolen, Tyler Spry, Jeff Turner, Robert Clark, Darin Hurley and George Vieth participate in a financial summit for alumni sponsored by members of the UTC GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Council.
Members of the UTC Class of 1965 gather for their 50th anniversary.
Members of the UTC Class of 1965 gather for their 50th anniversary.
Alumni of UT College 18 of Veterinary Medicine’s Class of 2005 enjoyed food and friends prior to the UT vs.Georgia game.
Alumni of UT College of Veterinary Medicine’s Class of 2005 enjoyed food and friends prior to the UT vs.Georgia game.
The Atlanta Alumni Chapter welcomed College of Engineering Dean Wayne T. Davis, center, for a Big 27 Orange Evening at the Buckhead Club. Robin Jones, left, and Cromwell Baun are chapter board members.
The Atlanta Alumni Chapter welcomed College of Engineering Dean Wayne T. Davis, center, for a Big 27 Orange Evening at the Buckhead Club. Robin Jones, left, and Cromwell Baun are chapter board members.
Seated, Patricia and David Dingeldein, enjoyed an evening of conversation with, from left, Jillian and John Pate, Katie and Adam Bennett and Thomas Patterson during UT Health Science Center’s “Dinner with Strangers” event.
Seated, Patricia and David Dingeldein, enjoyed an evening of conversation with, from left, Jillian
and John Pate, Katie and Adam Bennett and Thomas Patterson during UT Health Science Center’s “Dinner with Strangers” event.
UT Health Science Center College of Medicine Award Winners from left, Jim Dale (HSC ’77), Robert Herndon (HSC ’57) and Mark Evers (HSC ’83).
UT Health Science Center College of Medicine Award Winners from left, Jim Dale (HSC ’77), Robert Herndon (HSC ’57) and Mark Evers (HSC ’83).
UTC student, Phillip Mele, fourth from left, with his family, Nancy, Hollie, David and Eric, at the Legacy picnic at Patten House.
UTC student, Phillip Mele, fourth from left, with his family, Nancy, Hollie, David and Eric, at the Legacy picnic at Patten House.
All the recipients of UT Knoxville’s 2015 Alumni Awards take the stage.
All the recipients of UT Knoxville’s 2015 Alumni Awards take the stage.
UT Health Science Center College of Medicine class reunion volunteers Michael Tate (HSC ’75), Gene Mangiante (HSC ’75), Laura Haskins (HSC ’05), Susan Brewer (HSC ’90), Bobby Khan (HSC ’90) and John Morris (HSC ’95).
UT Health Science Center College of Medicine class reunion volunteers Michael Tate (HSC ’75), Gene Mangiante (HSC ’75), Laura Haskins (HSC ’05), Susan Brewer (HSC ’90), Bobby Khan (HSC ’90) and John Morris (HSC ’95).