Category: Student Affairs
Dr. Mark McCloud has been named interim chief diversity and inclusion officer at the University of Tennessee at Martin and will assume duties Aug. 1.
The University of Tennessee at Martin departments of computer science and visual and theatre arts have partnered to create a Video Game Design Certificate that will debut this fall for students and design professionals interested in entering the video game industry.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of Undergraduate Admissions is hosting the Future Skyhawk Roadshow during June and July and will travel to 16 cities across Tennessee to aid incoming freshman and transfer students who need assistance completing their enrollment.
Students attending fall semester classes at the University of Tennessee at Martin will begin classes August 17 and finish classes by Thanksgiving.
The University of Tennessee at Martin regional centers will offer a hybrid Master of Business Administration degree beginning in fall 2020. The MBA program will be hosted at all five UT Martin Centers in Jackson, Parsons, Ripley, Selmer and Somerville.
Students, faculty and staff have, for the most part, left campus as the COVID-19 crisis continues to disrupt the University of Tennessee at Martin’s normal spring semester routine.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of Student Life and Multicultural Affairs conducted its annual Student Government Association campaign and elections for the 2020-21 academic year solely online.
The Pedrito Martinez Group, led by Grammy-nominated percussionist Pedrito Martinez, will perform at 7 p.m., Feb. 18, in the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Harriet Fulton Theatre.
Shelby Guffey, of Coopertown, and Trisdan Ragland, of Martin, were each presented with Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Awards during the University of Tennessee at Martin’s fall commencement ceremony Dec. 14.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of Student Life and Multicultural Affairs will host wellness expert and motivational speaker Cheya Thousand at 2 p.m., Nov. 21, in room 111 of the Boling University Center.