Category: Student News
The University of Tennessee at Martin has named Kayla Brooks as the recipient of the fall 2020 Beth Maloan Outstanding Student Employee award for her exemplary job performance and commitment to the university, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Twelve University of Tennessee at Martin computer science seniors competed at the 2020 Association for Computing Machinery Mid-Southeast Conference virtually Nov. 13-14 as a part of the computer science capstone project.
Peggy Reisser enjoyed a successful journalism career that included many years covering the news for the Nashville Banner and then the Memphis Commercial Appeal. The Ole Miss graduate added another credential to her impressive resume when she received her Master of Arts in Strategic Communication on Nov. 21 from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Courtney Price, of Memphis, and Jonathan Kirkland, of Martin, were recognized as the recipients of the Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Award during the University of Tennessee at Martin fall 2020 commencement Saturday, Nov. 21.
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.
When Justin Foulks received the news during his junior year of college that his cousin had been killed in an accident, he knew the responsibilities of his family farm in Rondo, Arkansas, would now increase.
The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees met Friday, Nov. 20, to approve permanent rules revising the student codes of conduct for each campus in order to comply with federal Title IX regulations and to adopt a permanent student immunization rule.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Dance Ensemble’s fall showcase “6 Feet of Separation” is now available on the Department of Visual and Fine Art YouTube account through Thursday, Nov. 19.
Eight University of Tennessee at Martin agriculture students were accepted to the 2020 Agriculture Future of America Leaders Conference, which was hosted virtually Nov. 11-14.
The University of Tennessee at Martin hosted its virtual Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11 to recognize the service and sacrifice of veterans in the community.