University Outreach offers free ACT prep through UT Martin

The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of University Outreach has partnered with the Tennessee Department of Education to offer free virtual ACT workshops and classes throughout the fall.

UT Martin Welcome Weekend begins Aug. 18

The University of Tennessee at Martin will begin the fall 2022 semester Aug. 22, and incoming first-year students will begin moving into campus residence halls Aug. 18 for Welcome Weekend.

Private donor gift supports newly approved construction management program

An anonymous gift to the University of Tennessee at Martin will support the university’s new Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, an engineering major developed to meet Tennessee workforce needs.

Brigance receives WestStar, Security Bank & Trust Scholarships

Carson Brigance, a UT Martin finance major, has received two scholarships as he continues his education at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

First Noyce Scholar graduate begins teaching career this fall

Elizabeth Campbell entered the University of Tennessee at Martin in fall 2015 with her sights set on a health-care career.

UT Martin Black Alumni Council endows scholarship, give awards at gala June 25

UT Martin’s Black Alumni Council raised $25,000 during the council’s first inaugural scholarship fundraising gala June 25 in Memphis.

UT Martin Online MBA degree earns national ranking

 The University of Tennessee at Martin’s Master of Business Administration program received a national accolade from Menlo Coaching, a leading provider of MBA admissions information and resources.

Three UT Martin administrators complete Executive Leadership Institute

Three UT Martin administrators have completed the University of Tennessee Executive Leadership Institute program.

UT Martin program receives statewide agricultural education award

The University of Tennessee at Martin’s Department of Agriculture, Geosciences, and Natural Resources received the Tennessee Association of Agricultural Educators’ award for the Outstanding Postsecondary Agriculture Program at the organization’s annual conference July 10-12 in Murfreesboro.

Small businesses to benefit from UT Martin MBA program, REED Center consulting project

The Master of Business Administration program at the University of Tennessee at Martin is partnering with the UT Martin Regional Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (REED) Center, Tennessee Small Business Development Center and the Dunagan Chair of Excellence in Banking to provide professional consulting to local businesses in West Tennessee.

 

 

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