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- June 16, 2018
Boards-n-Brew Alumni Event in Knoxville, Tennessee
- June 30, 2018
Social and Soccer Alumni Event in Chattanooga, Tennessee
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Read about our awesome alumni.
Cameron Ringenberg, '15 metals, has combined his creativity and the interdisciplinary education he received at Tennessee Tech to build a career he loves.
Alumni Award Recipients
Alumni awards are given to individuals who have demonstrated professional excellence by achieving success and recognition such as to effect great pride among the faculty, students, and alumni of TTU.
2018 Golden Eagle Lovebirds
Karen Nelson Savage, marketing '91, and Chris Savage, civil engineering '94
Karen's story: "In the 80s there were not co-ed dorms, but there were, however, brother and sister dorms. I was a resident of White Hall and Chris lived in Miller Hall. The resident leaders of our dorms planned activities for us to do together. We met at one of these activities and became fast friends. We had so much in common and spent time together hanging out most every day and also on weekends. I remember telling a friend that I could never date him because he was too much like a brother to me. Luckily, those feelings changed for both of us, as we soon realized that our friendship had blossomed into so much more. One night, Chris called me from the lobby to come check him in, and when I got there he had a single red rose. He handed it to me and said, "Would you like to go out on a date with me on Thursday night?" Of course, I said "yes!" We dated for six months and became engaged, and then after a year of engagement, we were married in 1989--28 years ago this past August. We both have fond memories of late night strolls on the TTU campus, snow ball fights in the quad, watching movies in the dorm lobby, and ball games. Getting an exceptional education was definitely the key attraction we both initially had, but we got so much more! We got each other!"