Welcome, New Faculty!


"I cannot imagine a more fulfilling position than the teaching appointment that I currently occupy at UT Martin. However, a decade or so of teaching four or so classes per semester can result in some strain. The Reagan Leave provided me with an opportunity to focus on some writing efforts that I had not had time to pursue, and it allowed me time to visit some sites and facilities that I had not had time to visit. These opportunities were a time of renewal and returned focus for me. Such opportunities are critical for maintaining the high quality of undergraduate education that UT Martin is so well known for." Dr. Eric Pelren, Professor, Department of Agriculture, Geosciences, and Natural Resources

Welcome to UT Martin.  The Office of Research, Grants, and Contracts offers a range of services and programs to the campus that can be categorized into three areas:  Sponsored Funding, Compliance, and Faculty Development.  We have provided the links below this message to give you some quick links to ease the transition to the campus.  Please contact our office to learn more about any of the three areas and let us know how we can support your research and teaching at UT Martin. 


Academic Links Administrative Links
University Catalog Public Safety (i.e. parking permit, security, etc.)
Syllabus Basics Organizational Flowchart
UT Martin Syllabi Collection Human Resources (e.g., insurance, benefits, etc.)
Academic Calendar Student Conduct (i.e., plagiarism violations, discipline)
Instructional Technology Center Student Success Center (e.g. disability services, tutoring, etc.)
Faculty Handbook Equity and Diversity
Responsible Conduct of Research Athletics
Resume Format  
Academic Affairs Policies and Documents (e.g., summer pay, terminal degree, etc.)  
Faculty Development  

Resources for Grant Writing

UT Martin pays a membership to access the services of the Grants Resource Center. The GRC is a service provided for member institutions of the American Association of State Universities and Colleges.

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Beginning in fiscal year 2013, SAMHSA discretionary grant applications must be submitted electronically through Grants.gov...

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