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UT Brings Us Together

While attending the annual meeting of the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists in Los Angeles, first-year pharmacy student Shrikant Patel, along with a group of other students, attended a taping of the Price is Right game show. Patel made it through the Showcase Showdown and won more than $32,000 in cash and prizes.

UTC Alumni Board Members Amy Davis (Chattanooga ’87), Susie Thompson (Chattanooga ’93) and Donna Lawrence (Chattanooga ’81) work with the Student Alumni Council ambassadors Macaria Surratt and Chelsea Jones, center, at the annual homecoming golf tournament.
Photo ops with a classic convertible were the highlight of the University of Chattanooga Class of 1963 50-plus reunion dinner.
UTC 2013 graduates Markela Albright, Andrew Madden, Caitlin Johnston and Keneshia Gamble show off their class rings during a ceremony prior to their December graduation.
“Shoutout at the Summitt,” hosted by UT Knoxville’s UNITE, Student Alumni Associates and Tennessee Athletics, kicked off the basketball season and connected 400-plus students, alumni and staff to Tennessee fun and traditions.
The 2013-14 UT Knoxville Regal Scholars joined by Regal Entertainment Group Chief Executive Officer Amy Miles (Knoxville ’89), front center, Regal President and Chief Operating Officer Greg Dunn, back center left, and Regal Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer David Ownby, back center right.
Ed Burdette (Knoxville ’57, ’61), Fred N. Peebles Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UT Knoxville, is joined by his wife, Patsy (Knoxville ’56,’60), at the UT Knoxville College of Engineering 175th Anniversary Gala
A ribbon-cutting ceremony in October marked the dedication of the John D. Tickle Engineering Building. Tickle (Knoxville ’65) and his wife, Ann (Knoxville ’65), celebrated the state-of-the-art building, which houses civil and environmental engineering and industrial and systems engineering.
Dr. Steve Skinner (Knoxville ’84, ’02) and Lisa Hood Skinner (Knoxville ’80), Jim Duke (Knoxville ’73) and Bart Graham (Knoxville ’82,’84) at the UT Knoxville Alumni Board of Directors Awards Dinner.
The UT DC Chapter board, alumni and friends gathered in December to place wraths in the Arlington National Cemetery. From left, Amber DeLozier (Knoxville ’10), Cory and Kathy DeLozier, Shannon Scott (Knoxville, ’04), retired Army veteran Ralph Brown, Landon Bevier, Lauren Goldberg (Knoxville ’11), Pam Chvotkin (Knoxville ’06) and Katie Ryan (Knoxville ’04)
While attending the annual meeting of the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists in Los Angeles, first-year pharmacy student Shrikant Patel, along with a group of other students, attended a taping of the Price is Right game show. Patel made it through the Showcase Showdown and won more than $32,000 in cash and prizes.
Former UT First Ladies Pat Johnson and Carolyn Boling were presented with the 2014 Brenda G. Lawson Legacy of Leadership Award and the Joe Johnson Lifetime Service Award during the Alliance of Women Philanthropists Symposium in February.
UT Martin senior Colton Jones, center, from Savannah, Tenn., received a $4,500 Trans-Miss Turf Scholarship, which recognizes students excelling in their pursuit of a career in turf management. His scholarship certificate was presented by Joey Mehlhorn, left, professor and interim chair of the Department of Agriculture, Geosciences, and Natural Resources, and Todd Winters, right, dean of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences.
UTHSC College of Pharmacy Executive Associate Dean Jim Eoff (HSC ’69, ’70) and his wife, Ann, with Judy Taylor (HSC ’69), center.
As the December commencement speaker, Dr. Renee Bailey Iacona (Martin ’91), who works for AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, encouraged UT Martin graduates to “never say never.”
UT Health Science Center College of Pharmacy student Katie Qualls and UT System President Joe DiPietro enjoy tailgating the Tennessee way.
During the UT College of Veterinary Medicine’s annual conference in Knoxville, class reunion celebrations were hosted for the Classes of 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2009. Each class generously supports the college, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
Dr. Jerry (HSC ’63) and Barbara Treece and Dr. Leland (HSC ’63) and Sharon Cornelius enjoy the UT Health Science Center Golden Graduate Homecoming.
Alumni and friends enjoyed the UT College of Pharmacy tailgating experience.
Close to 150 women attended the Alliance of Women Philanthropists Symposium, which featured UT women leaders in business, science and entrepreneurship, including guest speaker and UT Knoxville alumna Carol Aebersold, who is the co-author of The Elf on the Shelf.