Category: Academic Affairs
Two University of Tennessee at Martin College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences students were selected to present research at the fifth International Conference on Climate Change 2021, which was held virtually Feb. 18-19.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Management, Marketing and Information Systems will host Jim Rooney, author of “A Different Way to Win: Dan Rooney’s Story from the Super Bowl to the Rooney Rule,” will speak at 7 p.m. March 11, via Zoom.
The University of Tennessee at Martin WestStar Leadership Program hosted 115 high school sophomores from 16 West Tennessee school districts virtually for the inaugural ALStar African American Youth Leadership Summit on March 4.
The University of Tennessee at Martin received a donation from Reggie Hill, a 1977 alumnus, to fund the Skyhawk Retention, Inclusion, Student-Success and Equity, or RISE, program on campus.
The UT Martin main campus and and Jackson, Ripley, Selmer and Somerville regional centers will resume normal operations Monday, Feb. 22.
The University of Tennessee at Martin College of Business and Global Affairs recently received a $1 million pledge from James D. “Jim” and Barbara Wingett to continue funding the established James Duncan Wingett Scholarship Endowment, which benefits students majoring in accounting and finance.
The University of Tennessee at Martin 21st annual Civil Rights Conference continues the week of Feb. 15 with two keynote speakers: Jarrod Benjamin and UT Martin alumnus Van Jones.
Because of inclement weather, the University of Tennessee at Martin main campus and regional centers will conduct all classes virtually beginning at 5 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 10 – Friday, Feb. 12, and staff will telework.
Students who will attend the University of Tennessee at Martin in fall 2021 can expect a more traditional college experience as the university expands its in-person course offerings to open the semester.
The University of Tennessee at Martin recently received several state and national rankings for its affordability and access, as well as for various graduate and undergraduate programs.