Our alumni are jet setters, and when they go abroad they take UT with them. Take a look at some of the places that our alumni have shown off their Vol pride.
Nathan Kirkham (’99, ’05) worked at the McMurdo Station in Antarctica in January and February 2012. McMurdo is the largest research station on the Antarctic continent.
Katie Suggs (’02) in front of the “Big Orange” house in Burano, Italy. “Everyone who saw this picture knew I would love the house because it was close to Tennessee orange,” Suggs said.
Jesse Overbay (’05, ’08) at the Great Wall of China in March 2012.
Rita Silen (’74) is a certified nurse anesthetist involved in humanitarian relief all over the world. She graduated in the first class of the College of Nursing and said she always brings along her UT surgical cap. She is pictured here in Gimbie, Ethiopia, in November 2011.
Misty Bailey was part of the Tsinghua University English Summer Camp group from UT in 2007. She is pictured at the Summer Palace in Beijing, China.
Jessica Pipkin Duff (’06), Brandon Duff (’06), David Ligon (’06), and Jamie Rebellla Ligon (’05) are pictured at the top of the Duomo tower in Florence Italy in April 2012.
Junior J.T. Feeney, son of UT alumni Tom Feeney (’80) and Terrie Feeney (’82), spent the summer in Bishkek, Krgyzstan—a small country bordered by China and Kahzakstan. J.T. was participating in an internship that took him into remote regions to interview locals.
Alumni Stacy Scott (second from right) and Carole McAteer (fourth from left), along with UT Professor Jim Malia (third from right), shared their Big Orange ideas (and Big Orange T-shirts) with students from Kenyatta University while conducting research in Nairobi, Kenya.