The Tennessee Governor’s School for the Agricultural Sciences begins on May 28 at the University of Tennessee at Martin, and the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Humanities begins the following Sunday, June 5.
First Choice Farm and Lawn of Union City, in partnership with Kubota Tractor Corporation, has established the Nick Smith Agriculture Scholarship Endowment at the University of Tennessee at Martin in memory of Nicholas “Nick” Doyle Smith, of Golo, Kentucky. Smith, a farmer and businessman, passed away April 16, 2022.
Decades have passed since Officer Lawrence Bromley was killed December 1991 in the line of duty as a member of the Dallas Police Department.
For Lauren Jennings, of Henning, completing her bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies at the University of Tennessee at Martin was not only a point of pride for her family, but also her entire tribe.
Recommendations for no tuition or mandatory fee increases highlighted the University of Tennessee at Martin’s 2022-23 proposed budget that was presented and approved during the UT Martin Advisory Board summer meeting held May 20 in the Boling University Center.
A workshop titled “Disaster Response for Archives and Cultural Institutions” will be presented at three different locations throughout June by Sam Richardson, head of special collections and archives at the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Paul Meek Library.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of University Outreach is offering a series of online ACT prep courses throughout the summer for students and teachers preparing for the tests.
The University of Tennessee at Martin’s annual Memorial Day Commemoration Ceremony is set for 9 a.m., Friday, May 27, in the north plaza between the Boling University Center and the Paul Meek Library on the university’s main campus.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Advisory Board will hold its annual summer meeting at 1 p.m. CT, Friday, May 20, in Room 206 of the Boling University Center.
Treasure Howard, of Murfreesboro, Sidney Church, of Santa Fe, and Mason Ferrell, of Pegram, received the Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Award during the University of Tennessee at Martin spring 2022 commencement Saturday, May 7.