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Category Archives: Graduation

If you intend to graduate spring 2023, February 24 is the deadline to submit a preliminary draft of your thesis or dissertation online.

Our featured speaker for the Fall 2022 Graduate Hooding Ceremony, Ashley Reeves, comes to us from the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Comparative and Experimental Medicine (CEM) program.

Congratulations to all our graduate and professional students that are graduating this fall 2022! We hope to see you all […]

Students in a thesis/dissertation program planning to graduate in spring 2022 must submit a preliminary draft of their thesis/dissertation for review by 2/25.

We hope to see all of our fall 2021 graduating students at the Graduate Hooding Ceremony on Thursday, December 9 at Thompson-Boling Arena. The ceremony will begin at 4:30 p.m.

We are proud to announce our Fall 2021 Commencement speaker, Bikash Bogati!

We are proud to announce our spring 2021 Commencement speaker- Sa’Nealdra Wiggins! Sa’Nealdra moved here in 2013 in pursuit of a graduate degree from UT, after receiving a BS in health education with a concentration in public health from Middle Tennessee State University. She is currently a Tennessee Doctoral Fellow and a trainee in the Maternal and Child Health Nutrition Training program. She is also certified as a Health Education Specialist (CHES) and will sit for the examination to be a registered dietitian following graduation. You can read Sa’Nealdra’s full bio on our website at

If you are planning to graduate in spring 2021, don’t forget that by February 26, you must submit a preliminary draft of your thesis or dissertation online in TRACE for review by the Coordinator of Student Services.

A new session of Format Chat has been scheduled for February 23 from 9:30–11:00 a.m. to replace the January session that was canceled. Visit the UT Calendar to register for this session.

Format Chat returns for spring 2021! Hosted by the Coordinator of Student Services, each session will feature a presentation on the Graduate School’s thesis and dissertation formatting requirements along with an overview of processes, forms/deadlines, common errors and helpful resources.