Chancellor’s Corner: Advice for Graduates

You’ve made it. Take a moment and breathe it all in. No…really. These past four years have been tough, but the past 13 months have been really difficult. This is an important milestone in life and you need to stop and celebrate!

UT Martin in-person commencement set May 7-8

The University of Tennessee at Martin will hold spring commencement in four separate in-person ceremonies May 7-8 on the main campus in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.

Sellers, Prewitt receive Outstanding Employee Awards

Stephanie Sellers and Anthony Prewitt, both of Martin, received Spring 2021 Outstanding Employee Awards from the University of Tennessee at Martin during a surprise virtual reception on April 29.

Ribbon-cutting signals new era for Coon Creek Science Center

UT President Randy Boyd called the Coon Creek Science Center arguably the largest classroom now in the University of Tennessee System.

Wilkins named Featured Faculty Scholar

Dr. Dawn Wilkins, a professor in the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Biological Sciences, has been named the university’s 2021 spring semester Featured Faculty Scholar.

Skyhawk golf claims second OVC championship

Exactly five years to the day that the University of Tennessee at Martin earned its first-ever Ohio Valley Conference golf championship, the stars aligned for another title as the Skyhawks claimed both the team and individual hardware at the 2021 OVC Championships.

Retired basketball coach, United Way CEO, honored for leadership

Two West Tennesseans were honored for their leadership, service and achievements during the 22nd African American Leadership Conference held virtually April 20.

Ribbon-cutting ceremony set April 30 for Coon Creek Science Center

The University of Tennessee at Martin and the UT Martin McNairy County Center/Selmer will host an invitation-only ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly acquired UT Martin Coon Creek Science Center at 11 a.m., Friday, April 30.

UT Law Enforcement Innovation Center brings training to UT Martin public safety

Officers from the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Public Safety will participate in training to help increase their cultural competency and reduce biased-based policing to better serve the main campus and surrounding area.

Four incoming students named 2021-22 recipients of Nunnelly scholarship

Four Hickman County students have received the Bill and Rosann Nunnelly Family Scholarship from the University of Tennessee at Martin for the 2021-2022 academic year.

 

 

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