Category: Faculty News
David McBeth, University of Tennessee at Martin professor of art, will serve as the annual Phi Kappa Phi Muriel Tomlinson Memorial Lecture keynote speaker at 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 4.
The University of Tennessee at Martin 21st annual Civil Rights Conference, themed “Power, Protest and Privilege: Examining the Fractured State of America,” begins Feb. 2 with guest speaker Nikki Giovanni.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Advisory Board met virtually Jan. 22 to discuss changes to the Title IX and Clery Act policies, as well as current and future student enrollment statistics.
The University of Tennessee at Martin has implemented a bike share program to help the campus community commute across the 250-acre main campus and additional 680-acre teaching farm.
The University of Tennessee at Martin 21st annual Civil Rights Conference will feature virtual events throughout the month of February, including presentations from five world-renowned social justice activists to discuss this year’s theme “Power, Protest and Privilege: Examining the Fractured State of America.”
The University of Tennessee at Martin Advisory Board will hold its annual winter meeting at 1 p.m. CDT, Friday, Jan. 22, via Zoom conference in compliance with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 guidelines.
The University of Tennessee at Martin will open spring semester Jan. 14 with all-virtual classes.
Corteva Agriscience, of Union City, donated 35 retired drones, valued at approximately $35,000, to the University of Tennessee at Martin to supplement three new courses premiering fall 2021 that will teach students the fundamentals of unmanned aerial systems and its emerging importance in the field of agriculture and natural resources management.
Chancellor Keith Carver has entered quarantine as he was a close contact of an active COVID-19 case. He will be working remotely from home during this period.
The University of Tennessee at Martin will host three in-person commencement ceremonies Saturday, Nov. 21, in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center, to celebrate the spring, summer and fall 2020 graduates.