An Instagram post April 9 by Sinahi Carrizales said, “came to this country at age four not knowing how to speak English; eighteen years later and I’m about to become the first from both sides of my family to graduate college.”
Dr. Clinton Smith, associate professor of special education at the University of Tennessee at Martin and area director for Upper West Tennessee – Area 7 Special Olympics, accompanied eight Tennessee athletes to the Special Olympics USA Games, June 5-12, in Orlando.
Five members of the University of Tennessee at Martin’s faculty and staff recently visited Nile University to strengthen and expand the new collaborative relationship between the two universities.
Cindy West, dean of the College of Education, Health and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Tennessee at Martin, received one of seven President’s Awards presented to faculty and staff members throughout the UT System.
Three University of Tennessee at Martin academic programs and the 10-year campus master plan all received approval during the annual meeting of the UT Board of Trustees on June 24 in Knoxville.
Three University of Tennessee at Martin Noyce Scholars signed a contract agreeing to fulfill the program’s requirements as they begin their Master of Science in Initial Licensure at UT Martin.
Randy Boyd considers the 2022 University of Tennessee at Martin WestStar Leadership Program participants as his classmates – and for good reason.
Emily Pennington, a University of Tennessee at Martin student from McMinnville, will compete in the Miss Tennessee Scholarship Competition at 7 p.m., June 25, at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts in Memphis.
Benjamin Beard has been called a renaissance man on more than one occasion in his life. His constant involvement and wide skill set have made him a well-known name at the University of Tennessee at Martin.
The University of Tennessee at Martin’s WestStar Leadership Program will graduate its 2021-22 class Tuesday, June 21, at The Venue at Twin Oaks in Humboldt.