Organized with 70 charter members, the University of Tennessee Chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta was chartered on June 4, 1964.
Its membership includes undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the
College of Agricultural Sciences and
Natural Resources (CASNR) and the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM).
The competition drew 77 entries representing all areas of the institute. Images were judged by photography professionals Phil Snow and Greg Hirshoren of the College of Veterinary Medicine and graphic designer Rich Maxey of Marketing and Communications. Criteria were to show who we are and what we do.
For a high-resolution (print-quality) image, please contact Margot Emery at 865-974-7374
First PlaceFirst place goes to Chance Wood, a food and agricultural business senior and student assistant at the East Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center in Knoxville. His image is titled "Harvesting potatoes at the UT Organic Crops Unit."
Second PlaceSecond place goes to Joyce Coombs, research associate, Department of Forestry Wildlife and Fisheries, for "Students hunting for slippershells."
Third PlaceThird place goes to Dr. Graham Hickling, research associate professor and director, Center for Wildlife Health, for "Swamp reflections."
Honorable MentionHonorable mention goes to John Cummins, research associate, Department of Plant Sciences, for "Dr. Carl Sams' greenhouse management class."