Category: Academic Affairs

UT Martin percussion students study in Ghana

Nine students and two faculty members from the UT Martin Department of Music recently returned from Ghana, where they spent 14 days studying Ghanaian culture and musical styles.

Longtime professor of chemistry dies at age 84

Dr. S.K. Airee, professor emeritus of chemistry at the University of Tennessee at Martin, died June 23 at the age of 84. He retired from UT Martin on May 31 after serving the university for 54 years and is UT Martin’s longest-serving faculty member to date.

UT Martin to continue summer orientation schedule June 18, 21

Summer orientation and registration sessions for freshman, transfer and adult students will continue throughout the months of June and July at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

Thirteen UT Martin grads accepted to veterinary school

Thirteen members of the University of Tennessee at Martin’s spring 2019 graduating class have been accepted into veterinary schools across the region, according to Dr. Jason Roberts, professor of animal science.

Four UT Martin degree programs rank top-20 in the nation

Four degree programs at the University of Tennessee at Martin have been ranked among the top 20 programs in the nation for their respective fields in recent publications.

Champion of chemistry retires after 54 years at UT Martin

Dr. S.K. Airee, professor of chemistry at the University of Tennessee at Martin, will officially retire from university service May 31 after 54 years in the classroom. Airee is UT Martin’s longest-serving faculty member.

Graham stands up for women of color

Ajia Graham, of Memphis, graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree during the university’s spring commencement exercises May 4. She plans to focus her skills in the area of obstetrics and be a voice for those women who may not be able to advocate for themselves.

First UT Martin Somerville Center grad sets sights on law enforcement career

Kavarius Hester is rightfully proud of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree that he received May 4 during commencement exercises at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

UT Martin vet tech program granted full accreditation

The American Veterinary Medical Association Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities elevated UT Martin’s Veterinary Health Technology Program to full accreditation status during its April 25-28 meeting.

Guardsman finishes college Tennessee STRONG

Ikponmwosa “Harry” Evbuomwan, originally from Nigeria, graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin on May 4 with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies and a focus on sport business.

 

 

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