Founded in 2008 upon a generous gift from Jimmy and Dee Haslam and Jim and Natalie Haslam, the Haslam Scholars Program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has flourished as a unique and diverse honors enrichment program in which top students learn from and with one another through a series of integrated, interdisciplinary seminars and extracurricular experiences. Haslam Scholars serve as high-profile undergraduate leaders whose lofty academic ambitions match those of the program and the institution.
Haslam Scholars News
2010 Scholars Lindsay Lee and Brianna Rader have been selected as finalists for major national scholarships this fall, placing them alongside other top-tier students from universities across the nation. Lindsay Lee, a senior studying Mathematics and Spanish, is a finalist for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. Lee is founder and president of Campus Disability Advocates, a […]
The UTK Campus Disability Advocates, founded by 2010 Scholar Lindsay Lee, is hosting its second annual Disability Week beginning on October 21st. This series of events is meant to educate the public about the social and economic issues surrounding disability, local advocacy work for equality, and the value of diverse life experiences. For more specific […]