In 2014-2015 we proudly launched sixteen graduating majors or minors with impressively diverse trajectories
From American Studies to other parts of the real world: In 2014-2015 we proudly launched sixteen graduating majors or minors with impressively diverse trajectories. Highlights include two of our graduates, Ali Deatherage and Jacob Hayes, moving into UTK's law school, and Kendall Jaggers being accepted for graduate study in American literature. Christy Taylor has leveraged her work as an undergraduate intern (supported by a SCOUT award) to a job as Curator of Collections at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. After graduating in Fall 2014, Jasmine Bowden moved to Washington, D.C., where she completed the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Emerging Leaders program and interned in the office of Senator Harry Reid. Currently she is an associate for African American Religious Affairs at the non-profit organization People for the American Way. Congratulations to all, and please keep in touch.