Student Spotlight – Maura Lamb
Maura Lamb was born and raised in Knoxville,TN.
She attended Milligan College in Johnson City,TN her freshman year, then transferred to UT Sophomore year. She worked at Chick-fil-A for 7 years (started at the age of 14) where she was a supervisor and marketing team member. “What I love about UT is that it is home to me, so close to my best friends growing up, and there are so many networking opportunities. The professors in CMST are always supportive. Coming to UT as a sophomore, I wasn’t sure what career i wanted to pursue. Once I found that i … Read more... “Student Spotlight – Maura Lamb”
Student Spotlight – Kaitlyn Morehead
Kaitlyn Morehead is a senior Communication Studies Major with a minor in American Sign Language. As a first generation college student, Kaitlyn was determined and motivated to make every moment in college count. She describes her time at the University of Tennessee as “the greatest, yet most challenging”, years of her life.
“UT has taught me to challenge myself in ways I could have never imagined from picking a major that I love, to branching out and joining organizations, I have pushed myself to find different things I enjoy.”
Kaitlyn is currently a member of Student Organization for Deaf Awareness … Read more... “Student Spotlight – Kaitlyn Morehead”
Student Spotlight – Bunny Shaw
Senior communication studies major Bunny Shaw wrapped up her spectacular Tennessee soccer career in the fall, earning SEC Offensive Player of the Year and All-American accolades. She was named The Guardian Footballer of the Year and will lead Jamaica into its first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup in June. Read More
23rd Annual EUReCA
The University of Tennessee’s 23rd Annual Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA) was held April 15-18, 2019 at Hodges Library. Eight students from the School of Communication Studies represented the College of Communication and Information. Congratulations to the following students:
Dara Carney-Nedelman, 1st place award winner, CMST project entitled “AUIGTROSAI (Acronym Usage in Groups: The Relationship of Socialization and Identification)” faculty mentor-Emily Paskewitz
Emily Caylor, 2nd place award winner, CMST project entitled “Family Communication Patterns and Advice Response Theory: How Emerging Adults View Parental Advice on Money” faculty mentor-Courtney Wright
Max Davenport, CMST project entitled “Inter-professional … Read more... “23rd Annual EUReCA”
Charles J McClung Public Speaking Contest
The largest speech contest was held last night Monday, April 15, 2019, in the Alumni Memorial building, Cox auditorium. Hundreds of students and staff showed for this event. The Spring 2019 contest winners were:
First Place-Jordan Henger
Second Place-Jackson Long
Third Place-Jake Lester
Fourth Place-Gen Kim
Fifth Place-Seth Jackson Davis
Congratulations to all!
The judges were: John Haas, Director/Assoc. Professor, Jenny Crowley, Assistant Professor, and Michelle Violanti, Associate Professor
A Special Thank you to the Emcee: Kylie Julius, CMST Graduate student.