Twenty-four Haslam Students Lauded at Chancellor’s Honors Banquet

April 27, 2016

Twenty-four students from the Haslam College of Business were honored on Tuesday, April 19, as part of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s 2016 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet. The banquet is held each spring to recognize students, faculty, staff and friends of the University of Tennessee for their extraordinary achievements.

Jalen Blue and Wayne Taylor were named Torchbearers, the highest honor the university gives to its students. Read more about Blue, Taylor and their fellow Torchbearers.

Haslam students Lindsey Bowman, Tyler Daugherty, Amanda Carner, Caroline Finkbeiner, Madison Hahn, Ariel Kupritz, Charles Merzbacher, Benjamin Miller, Timothy Wylie and Alicia Young were honored for Extraordinary Academic Achievement. See a list of all awardees.

Dana Parks was recognized for Extraordinary Professional Promise. Parks is completing the Master of Accountancy program and has received a job offer at EY in Atlanta to work in their Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services department. See a list of all awardees.

David Jiang, a Ph.D. candidate in business, received a Graduate Student Teaching Award for utilizing a range of teaching methods and approaches to inspire critical thinking and the application of theory to real-life situations. Read more about Jiang and his fellow awardees.

Lindsey Bowman, Amanda Carner, Tyler Daugherty, Caroline Finkbeiner, Madison Hahn, Ariel Kupritz, Charles Merzbacher, Benjamin Miller and Timothy Wylie received Outstanding Scholar Athlete Awards for excelling in both scholarship and athletics. See a list of all awardees.

Ashley Katherine Poteet received a Top Collegiate Scholar Award. See a list of all awardees.