Tennessee Alumnus

Alumni in Photos, Winter 2017

Martin students participate in ‘Superhero’-themed homecoming festivities at Quad City.

Featured photo (above): Martin students participate in ‘Superhero’-themed homecoming festivities at Quad City.

More than 700 Tennessee fans joined LeeAnn Foster during the Big Orange Tailgate Tour at the Texas A&M Recreation Center before the Vols took on the Aggies.
UTC Alumni Board President Doug Brown, with alumni leaders, cuts the ceremonial ribbon at the new UTC Alumni House.
Joined by university administration, volunteer leaders, alumni and friends, UC Foundation Chair Bucky Wolford (Chattanooga ’69) cuts the Chamberlain Field ribbon at the UTC Founders Day event.
Former UTC athletes Eric Smith (Chattanooga ’81), Maurice Head (Chattanooga ’00), Willie White (Chattanooga ’84), and Felix Williams (Chattanooga ’83) with Jayne Holder (Chattanooga ’74), UTC’s assistant vice chancellor for alumni affairs.
Habiba Soliman, representing Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, hugs her uncle after being crowned UT Martin homecoming queen.
Becky Farmer Browder (Chattanooga ’81, ’87), Betsy Browder and Susan Frady Robinson (Chattanooga ’90) visit in the UTC alumni tent during a Mocs game.
UTCVM held an alumni reception at the American Veterinary Medical Association conference at the Hard Rock Café in San Antonio, Texas. From left, Dr. Harry Moore, (CVM ‘82) and his wife, Sammie; Dr. Jeff Clark, (CVM ’82); Chris and Dr. Mary Ergen (Agriculture ’78, CVM ’82).
Kim Green and Dr. Chris Green (HSC ’91) at UTHSC’s College of Medicine Reunion Social at the Memphis Zoo.
Past and present UTHSC College of Medicine Outstanding Alumni Awards recipients, standing from left, Drs. Chris Fleming (HSC ’74), Ronald Jones (HSC ’57), Bob Kerlan (HSC ’69), Pat Wall (HSC ’60) and Mac Hodges (HSC ’63). Seated from left, Drs. Paul Huffstutter (HSC ’73), Ann McGuire Grooms (HSC ’66), John Jennings (HSC ’70) and Bill Woods (HSC ’80).
UTHSC College of Pharmacy students and alumni, from left, Julie Farrar, Antashara Davis, Megan Lowe, Louis Jackson and Paula B. Hinson at the Dinner with Strangers event at The Farmer restaurant in Memphis.
Members of UTM’s Alpha Omicron Pi sorority perform during homecoming’s Pyramid competition.
UT President Joe DiPietro speaks at an Advocacy 101 event hosted at UT Martin. He and Carey Whitworth, of the UT Office of Government Relations and Advocacy, emphasized how alumni can make a difference for the university with legislators.
UTC alumnae Alumni Whitney Hill (Chattanooga ’14), Chloe Morelli (Chattanooga ’13) and Katlyn Barnes (Chattanooga ’14) proudly represent their alma mater during homecoming.
UTC Homecoming “Big Shoe Crew” tailgating members Erik Gray (Chattanooga ’96) and April Cox (Chattanooga ’06).
Captain Skyhawk greets the crowd during UTM’s Skyhawk Walk through the quad during homecoming.
Dr. John James (HSC ’86) and Kristie James at UTHSC’s College of Medicine Reunion Social at the Memphis Zoo.
GOLD Council members hosting the annual Homecoming Tap Party included, from left, C. J. Recher (Chattanooga ’06,’08), Keith Rawlston (Chattanooga ’07), Amber Chastain (Chattanooga ’09), Amanda Cotter (Chattanooga ’14) and Andre Charitat (Chattanooga ’13).
UT Martin class of 1966, seated from left, Gail Sykes Blair, Janet Dowdy Daugherty, Carol Warmbrod Avens, Sandra Carney, Ida Bonner Newman, Jerrie Conley, Eileen Mitchell Lowery, Emily Pyron Martin. Standing from left, Nancy Adams Jones, Jerry Carpenter, Ronnie Armstrong, Paul Blount, Jim Byford, David Pitts, Sam Nailling and Clare Nell Chandler Breeden.
Dr. Hannah DeBusk (CVM ’14), far right, returned to campus to volunteer with Feral Fixin, an outreach program performed by the Companion Animal Initiative of Tennessee (CAIT).
Vol greats were celebrated at the Knoxville Alumni Board Awards Dinner hosted at the Knoxville Convention Center. Seventeen remarkable Volunteers from a broad spectrum of professions were recognized for their achievements and contributions to UT, the nation and the world.
At Bristol Motor Speedway, the Tennessee Vols came, saw and conquered, before the largest crowd ever for a football game. More than 1,400 Vol aumni, fans and friends joined the Big Orange Tailgate Tour before the historic game.
Doug Brown (Chattanooga ’85) and Jill Lippse Brown (Chattanooga ’83) with Scrappy at UTC’s homecoming pep rally.