The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees celebrated new enrollment records as well as the safety of its campuses during discussions of the ongoing impact of COVID-19 during its meetings Oct. 22-23.
The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees will meet virtually Oct. 22-23.
While the University of Tennessee at Martin annual homecoming festivities will be hosted virtually this year, the Office of Alumni Relations is ensuring students, alumni and employees stay connected through social media events to celebrate UT Martin’s history by “Soaring through the Decades” Oct. 18 – 25.
The University of Tennessee at Martin recently received multiple national and regional top-10 rankings for its on-campus and online academic programs.
University of Tennessee at Martin Chancellor Keith Carver signed a proclamation into effect Oct. 1 that recognizes October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month at the university.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Engineering has established a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) degree that began accepting students in the fall 2020 semester.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Visual and Theatre Arts is hosting an alumni art and design exhibition in the Fine Arts Building Gallery titled “Return of the Living Grad.”
The J. Houston Gordon Museum, located in the University of Tennessee at Martin Paul Meek Library, will feature “Terror in the Theater: Fifties Fears,” an exhibit dedicated to the golden age of science fiction films, until Nov. 24.
Chancellor Keith Carver has entered quarantine as he was a close contact of an active COVID-19 case.
University of Tennessee at Martin and state officials will host the Latimer Engineering and Science Building groundbreaking dedication ceremony at 10 a.m., Sept. 18, in front of the building construction on the east side of the university’s academic quadrangle.