Category: Faculty News

UT Martin Advisory Board discusses student-athletes, diversity plan, enrollment

The University of Tennessee at Martin Advisory Board met Friday, Sept. 18, to discuss the Skyhawk athletics program, the university’s diversity and inclusion plan, as well as enrollment.

University update concerning Chancellor Keith Carver

Chancellor Keith Carver has entered quarantine as he was a close contact of an active COVID-19 case. 

Music department premieres new online performance programs

The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Music is premiering two new programs for the university and community to enjoy for free.

UT Martin partners with Discovery Park of America to provide free virtual learning resources

The University of Tennessee at Martin is partnering with Discovery Park of America to provide free digital resources to teachers and parents who are now navigating the world of virtual education.

UT Martin Engage Civic Initiative to host online book discussions

The University of Tennessee at Martin Engage Civic Initiative is hosting three online events this fall to discuss the Engage the Book common reader “Callings” by David Isay.

UT Martin officials sign ‘Skyhawk Creed’

University of Tennessee at Martin officials, including Chancellor Keith Carver and interim Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Mark McCloud, signed the “Skyhawk Creed” into effect Friday, Aug. 21, at the Boling University Center.

Carver, administrators provide clarity and hope for upcoming semester

In preparation for the University of Tennessee at Martin 2020-21 academic school year, administrators and faculty met virtually to discuss the unprecedented semester that begins Aug. 17.

Bettye Giles receives Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame class of 2020 honor

University of Tennessee at Martin and national pioneer for women’s athletics Bettye Giles was presented her Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame plaque Aug. 11 at the Dunagan Alumni Center.

Tennessee Graduate Studies Deans address ICE directive in op-ed piece

Graduate deans representing the public higher education universities in Tennessee are offering the attached information for media to consider as an op-ed piece or as a letter to the editor.

UT Martin music faculty member and alum to interview Joan Jett and Kenny Laguna

Dr. Julie Hill, professor and music department chair at the University of Tennessee at Martin, and 1982 UT Martin alumnus Ed Sargent will interview legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Joan Jett and Kenny Laguna on “Keeping the Beat Hosted by TNMEA” at 7 p.m. CDT Tuesday, July 7.

 

 

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