College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences

EXPLORE THIS SECTION
EXPLORE THIS SECTION
Our Faculty and Staff

Help Lead the Future and Serve Others

The UT Martin College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences is where heroes go to learn. Whether it’s learning to enforce the law, teaching the next generation of students, or seeking the answer to psychological issues, our students are ready to serve others.

Our Students

What makes the students within this college different? Our students really like people! They care about others, including their peers, people in need, and their communities. They see the positive and desire to make things the best they can be. They are strong workers who are preparing for the battles of life ahead.

Student Organizations

  • Department of Behavioral Sciences: Criminal Justice Society; Kappa Epsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma; the National Criminal Justice Honor Society; Student Social Work Association; and Phi Alpha, the National Social Workers’ Honor Society.
  • Department of Educational Studies: The Association for Childhood Education International; The Council for Exceptional Children; Kappa Delta Pi, the International Honor Society in Education; and The Page Turners.
  • Department of Health and Human Performance: S.H.A.P.E. Club, the Sports, Health, Athletics, and Physical Education Club.
  • Department of Nursing: Sigma Theta Tau chapter of Pi Tau, the International Honor Society of Nursing; SNA, the Student Nurses Association; and the Nurses Christian Fellowship.
  • Department of Psychology: Psi Chi, the National Psychology Honor Society, and The Psychology Club.

Faculty in the Spotlight

Dr. Lindsay Anderson’s passion for sociology has been ingrained in her. As a child, she was always asking questions about the world around her and looking for the “why” in every situation.

Anderson grew up with a strong sense of justice and, combined with her curiosity, it’s only natural that she was drawn to sociology. She studied sociology, specifically conflict theory, at Texas A&M University about three hours from where she grew up in Dallas, Texas. She is now an associate professor here at UT Martin.
Dr. Lindsay Anderson
Dr. Lindsay Anderson
Associate Professor
College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences
CONTACT:
Cynthia West, Dean
LOCATION:
237 Gooch Hall
The University of Tennessee at Martin
Martin, TN 38238
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