On March 26 at 7:00 p.m., the Medal of Honor Project will host a public screening of their documentary, Conspicuous Gallantry: The 2014 Medal of Honor Convention, at the East Tennessee Historical Society. The event is free and open to the public. The 46-minute documentary was produced by University of Tennessee students. Conspicuous Gallantry...Read more →
Here is the first trailer for our documentary chronicling the 2014 Medal of Honor convention. We hope to being premiering it in Knoxville soon. We will provide more details as they come available.
During the convention, Aysia Mayo-Gray, second-year in journalism and electronic media, had the opportunity to get to know Medal of Honor recipient Melvin Morris. We talked to her about the experience. // Producers: Meredith Maroney and Beverly Banks
Today, we talked to Medal of Honor Project students Heather Dickson and R. J. Vogt about their experience covering the recipient school visits during the Knoxville Medal of Honor. R. J. And Heather went to Sacred Heart Cathedral School, along with Medal of Honor recipients Ty Carter and Leroy Petry. / Produced by: Beverly Banks and Meredith Maroney
The MoH Project staff is busy working on our documentary about the Knoxville Medal of Honor Convention. Lead producer Annie Carr and lead editor Clinton Elmore tell us how the process is going. // Producers: Beverly Banks and Meredith Maroney
As part of the Medal of Honor Project’s involvement in 2014 Medal of Honor Convention, one of our graduate students, Nichole Stevens, produced a 8-minute video chronicling the deployment of Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation’s Character Development Program in schools across the state of Tennessee. The video was played on the jumbotron at Neyland Stadium as part of the Character Development Program dinner held during the convention at the stadium on UT’s campus.
The Medal of Honor Convention concluded its programming Saturday night with the Patriot Awards Gala in the Knoxville Convention Center.
Continue reading R.J. Vogt’s full wrap-up of the Patriot Award Gala.
Medal of Honor Recipients Col. Donald “Doc” Ballard and Staff Sgt. Clinton Romesha were on hand for a Town Hall forum at Cox Auditorium in the Alumni Memorial Building on the UT campus. The forum was hosted by the MoH Project and the School of Journalism and Electronic Media in conjunction with the Medal of Honor Convention that was held in Knoxville Sept. 10 – 13. The forum was a unique opportunity for the UT community to ask questions directly with Medal of Honor recipients.