Category: Chancellor’s Corner

Chancellor’s Corner: Working Together

Thank you for an incredible first week of classes. While we are all adapting to our new learning environment during the pandemic, I’m grateful for your patience and flexibility during this academic year.

Chancellor’s Corner: Campus Culture & Moving Forward

I want to thank so many of our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends who have reached out to me over the past several weeks as we work to address racial justice and diversity issues.

Chancellor’s Corner: Racism & Equality

I am saddened and angered by the events related to racism, social inequalities and a blatant lack of respect that have occurred over the past weeks, months and years.

Chancellor’s Corner: Life Lessons

I had the honor of speaking at a commencement ceremony several years ago. It was an exciting afternoon – with happy graduates, proud family members and smiles everywhere.

Chancellor’s Corner: By the Numbers

On Monday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee extended the state’s Stay at Home Order through April 30, followed in May by “a phased reboot of the economy.” The order extends the mandate that citizens stay at home unless carrying out essential activities.

Chancellor’s Corner: Education is More Essential Than Ever

I wonder how history will record this moment in our campus timeline?

Chancellor’s Corner: Stuck in the Middle With You

My office has been an interesting – and often lonely – place this week.

Chancellor’s Corner: The First Day of School

Dear students:  Today is your first day of school at UT Martin this semester. Well… not really.

Chancellor’s Corner: There is no Education Like Adversity

UT Martin Chancellor Keith Carver reflects on the events of the past week.



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