Kyle Marcum is a Chattanooga, TN senior majoring in accounting with a minor in music performance.
He is an accomplished viola player performing in the UTC orchestra and with the Amabile
String Quartet and various other ensembles.
Kyle served as the treasurer of the Brock Scholars Council for 2012-2013. Starting in summer 2012, he worked as an intern at TVA.
In 2011 he received a Wright Bentley Scholarship from the College of Business and served as the recording secretary of Beta Alpha Psi, the accounting honor society, a role he continued through 2012-13. He also served on the Student Government Association's Election Commission. He is a cofounder and co-chair of Jew-TC, the university's Jewish student organization.
In 2010-2011 he served a UHON student assistantship with Dr. Kenyon Wilson, helping to organize the Southeast Regional Tuba/Euphonium Conference. In his "spare time," he tutored low income middle and high school students in the GEAR-UP program. He also worked with young people in summer 2011 as a resident assistant at Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth.
He will graduate in December 2013 with highest honors in accounting for his senior honors thesis entitled “Converging U.S. and International Standards for Property, Plant and Equipment.”