CCI Students' Medal of Honor Convention Film to Premiere on March 26
A documentary made by University of Tennessee, Knoxville, students chronicling the Medal of Honor Convention held in Knoxville in September 2014 will premiere on March 26.
“Conspicuous Gallantry: The 2014 Medal of Honor Convention” will be shown at 7 p.m. at the East Tennessee Historical Society, 601 S. Gay St., Knoxville. The event is free and open to the public.
“The documentary represents the hard work and commitment of the 28 students who were involved in the project. They did everything on this documentary, and in the end produced a professional work that will serve as a lasting reminder of … Read more “CCI Students' Medal of Honor Convention Film to Premiere on March 26”
Medal of Honor Involvement Very Special for PhD Student and Her Dad
Graduate teaching associate Laura Lemon found herself in an interesting spot at last week’s Medal of Honor Town Hall at UT.
On one side of her sat her public relations students, eagerly taking notes to write a press release about the event. On the other side sat her father, Medal of Honor recipient Peter Lemon.
A doctoral student, Laura Lemon said her involvement with UT’s Medal of Honor Project began last year when she went to Assistant Professor Nick Geidner’s office for help in one of his classes that she was taking.
Read the full story in Tennessee Today.
Medal of Honor Project: New Grad Turns Student Experience into Job
Taylor Hathorn discovered a passion for promoting military veterans through her involvement with UT’s Medal of Honor Project.
Now that passion has turned into a job for the 2014 journalism graduate.
The Medal of Honor Project is an award-winning service-learning collaboration between UT’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media and the 2014 Medal of Honor Convention, which will be held September 10 through 13 in Knoxville. Directed by Assistant Professor Nick Geidner, the project is allowing UT students to chronicle the convention and produce written, audio, and video pieces related to it.
Read the full article in Tennessee Today.