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Kaelynn Stewart

Title of Program: Creativity and Activism with an Emphasis in Writing

E-mail Address: kstewa32@vols.utk.edu

Hometown: Greeneville, Tennessee

Year: Sophomore

Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2019

Description of Program: Utilizing creative writing and art in order to promote social, environmental, and economic justice.

Departmental Emphases: Creative Writing

Faculty Mentor: Lynn Sacco, History

Plans after graduation (career, graduate/professional school, etc.): Begin my career as a fiction writer and activist.

Other Academic Interests: Astronomy and physics, visual art, music theory

Research Experiences or Internships: None

Part-time employment; Hobbies; Campus Clubs/Activities: None; Writing, Visual Art, Cooking, Amateur astronomy; UTK Feminist Alliance and assorted activist groups


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