New arrivals

The 2014 Scots Science Scholars arrived on campus today and were greeted by an eager group of peer mentors, faculty and campus administrators.

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The 2014 Scots Science Scholars

Our participants this year are:

Tristin Baker from McMinn County High School – Athens, Tennessee

Jay Bowyer from Walton High School- Marietta, Georgia

Erica Croft from William Blount High School- Maryville, Tennessee

Henry Daniels from Giles County High School- Pulaski, Tennessee

Evan Ezell from Sequoyah High School- Canton, Georgia

Andrew Godfrey from Maryville High School- Maryville mTennessee

Rachael Hagenbarth from Central Crossing High School – Galloway, Ohio

Kally Hawkins from William Blount High School – Friendsville, Tennessee

Trysten Kienzl from Concord Christian School – Knoxville, Tennessee

Anthony Latiker from Whitehaven High School – Memphis, Tennessee

Ron McGriff from Byron Nelson High School – Roanoke, Texas

Sierra Merrick from Telluride High School – Rico, Colorado

Kasey Miller from William Blount High School – Maryville, Tennessee

Miranda Pendergrass from Ardery Kell High School – Charlotte, North Carolina

Jade Robinson from Golden Gate High School – Naples, Florida

Amanda Smith from Cheatham County Central High School – Ashland City, Tennessee

Benjamin Sternberg from Heritage High School – Louisville, Tennessee

In the next three weeks, these students will become a supportive team and will launch into their college careers together.  We wish them the best.

 

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Meeting peer mentors

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Lofting beds and moving in.

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Family time!

 

 

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