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UT Board of Trustees to meet March 1 at UT Martin

The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees will meet March 1 on the University of Tennessee at Martin main campus.

Congressman Kustoff attends UT Martin meeting

The University of Tennessee at Martin and the Dunagan Chair of Excellence in Banking hosted U.S. Congressman David Kustoff (R-8th District) on campus Feb. 19 for a roundtable meeting with local community bankers and insurance representatives.

UT Martin students bring home conference honors

Several students from the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Communications earned awards during the Southeast Journalism Conference held Feb. 14-16 at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro.

Donavant named Tennessee ACT Champion

ACT, the company responsible for the ACT college entrance exam, has named Dr. Brian Donavant, criminal justice professor, the 2019 Tennessee ACT College and Career Readiness Postsecondary Champion.

UT Martin launches Captain’s Pantry to combat food insecurity

The University of Tennessee at Martin is working to combat food insecurity for its students by opening Captain’s Pantry, a food pantry operation open to all enrolled students regardless of housing situation.

UT Martin offers new options for law school hopefuls

Students hoping to attend the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville now have two new pathways through the University of Tennessee at Martin’s 3+3 legal studies concentrations.

UT Martin mourns loss of rodeo team member

Wyatt Cole, a rodeo student-athlete at the University of Tennessee at Martin, died Feb. 10 after a car accident near Martin. He was 20 years old.

Vanguard Theatre production of ‘Marjorie Prime’ set for Feb. 21-26

The University of Tennessee at Martin Vanguard Theatre will present “Marjorie Prime” from Feb. 21-26 in UT Martin’s Vanguard Little Theatre. The cast will perform at 8 p.m., Feb. 21-23, 25 and 26, and at 3 p.m., Feb. 24.

UT Martin to host 19th-annual Civil Rights Conference

UT Martin’s 19th-annual Civil Rights Conference will address the theme “Toward a Radical Revolution of Values: A New Poor People’s Campaign” with events Feb. 12 and the week of Feb. 17-23.

Kate Fagan discusses mental health with UT Martin student-athletes

Kate Fagan, former ESPN sports journalist and author of the book “What Made Maddy Run,” spoke Feb. 4 to student-athletes and community members in the University of Tennessee at Martin Skyhawk Fieldhouse.



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