Category: Faces of UTM
Last year, Ansley Moore, of Selmer, waited to be rejected for an internship at the United States White House. “Over 3,000 people apply for the internship, but less than 100 are accepted,” she said.
Dustin Warren, a senior engineering major at the University of Tennessee at Martin, didn’t have to look far to find an internship opportunity for his engineering degree.
Ivana Cherry, of Memphis, put her management courses to work during a job-shadow experience at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis during summer 2018. Since then, she’s been on a course to become a hospital administrator.
Catalina Cubillos came a long way to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin this fall. The native Chilean is spending the semester as part of the Tennessee Intensive English Program.
Devin Majors, of Nashville, beat the odds set against him by taking risks. Majors is a senior political science major at the University of Tennessee at Martin and president of the Student Government Association.
Abril Sosa, a senior from Atoka, is turning her passions into two degrees at the University of Tennessee at Martin.
With the start of a new school year approaching, many of the University of Tennessee at Martin’s spring graduates are preparing to start their first semesters at graduate schools across the country.
Madilyn Peay Jarman, originally from Readyville, has received a Walter and Aldeheid Hohenstein Fellowship from the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society to help finance her graduate education.
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.
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.