Commencement News

UT Commencements Broadcast on Web and Comcast Cable

For friends and relatives who can’t attend this week’s UT Knoxville commencement ceremonies, nine of this week’s graduations will be televised on UTTV, channel 65 for on-campus viewers and Comcast digital channel 194 for Comcast cable subscribers in the greater Knoxville area.

Lawfully Wedded: UT Law Couple Graduates Together

There’s nothing wrong with a little friendly competition between husband and wife. Just ask Beth Wilson and Brad Vaughan, married UT Knoxville College of Law students who are graduating together this week.

UT Nuclear Engineering Graduate Aims to Inspire Youth

It takes a lot of energy to be Jackie Young, which is a good thing because energy just happens to be Young’s specialty. When the nuclear engineering major at UT Knoxville, wasn’t in class or the library, or playing her clarinet in the Pride of the Southland Marching Band, she was planning science bowls and community service events.

Chinese Associated Press Videographer to Graduate with UT Fine Arts Degree

For UT Knoxville graduate student Harrison Huaqing Pang, video production is both a science and an art. Pang, who is graduating this month with a Master of Fine Arts degree from the School of Art, specializes in video art installations, using the training and experience he received as a broadcasting technician and videographer for the Associated Press.

Blind Special Forces Soldier to Speak at UT’s ROTC Commissioning

Capt. Ivan Castro, the only blind officer serving in the U.S. Army Special Forces, will speak at the ROTC commissioning ceremony at UT Knoxville on May 13. The Army ROTC Rocky Top Battalion will commission 11 current ROTC cadets as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army during the ceremony, which will take place at 6 p.m. in the University Center ballroom. It is open to the public.

UT Welcomes Noted Speakers for Spring Commencement Ceremonies

As the spring semester concludes, UT Knoxville will begin a full week of commencement ceremonies and celebrations beginning Saturday, May 8. More than 4,300 undergraduate or graduate students will receive degrees from UT Knoxville this spring.