Tennessee Alumnus

Chapter Transition

The UTC Knoxville Chapter Board enjoyed “An Evening with Bill Landry” at the UT Visitors Center. Front row, Randy Lockmiller (Chattanooga ’71), Yousef Iskander (Chattanooga ’99), Caroline Neal (Chattanooga ’13), Bill Landry (Chattanooga ’72), Libby Beidelschies (Chattanooga ’98), Natalie Patterson Mohr (Chattanooga ’00), Lance Lyons (Chattanooga ’73), back row, Worrick Robinson (Knoxville ’87), Tom Losh (Chattanooga ’71, ’74), Justin Harness (Chattanooga ’02) and Rudy Furman (Chattanooga ’02).

Photo: The UTC Knoxville Chapter Board enjoyed “An Evening with Bill Landry” at the UT Visitors Center.

The UT Alumni Association (UTAA) and UT campus alumni offices have undergone a transition in the chapter program. This will be a positive transition for alumni volunteer leaders and the university by providing greater connectivity and collaboration with campus-specific initiatives and information.

The campus-focused alumni chapters, formed in 2013 through the enhanced chapters and clubs program, have moved administration from the UTAA to the campus alumni offices. The UTAA is continuing to work with the UT Alumni Networks throughout the state and Atlanta. The networks are governed by representatives from each campus and present programming open to all UT alumni.