Category: Student News

Ninth UT Martin cohort to work Super Bowl LVI

Going to the Super Bowl is at the top of the bucket list for many people. This year, 12 University of Martin students will not only get to cross that entry off but will also get to experience the event from behind the scenes.

Miss UT Martin, Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival winners crowned

Jackson native Carly White had second thoughts about competing in her first pageant at the Miss University of Tennessee at Martin-Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival Scholarship Pageant.

First student receives leaders in banking scholarship

Allie Landrum, of Dyer, is the first recipient of the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Leaders in Banking Scholarship.

Chancellor’s Corner: Revised Masking Requirements

The University of Tennessee System today announced increased face-covering requirements at university campuses based on the rise in COVID-19 Delta variant numbers across the state.

UT Martin students finish first in national competition

The Conference of State Bank Supervisors named a UT Martin student team as winner of the 2021 Community Bank Case Study Competition.

UT Martin students and alumni to compete in Miss Tennessee Volunteer Scholarship Pageant

Four students and four graduates from the University of Tennessee at Martin will compete in the Miss Tennessee Volunteer Scholarship Pageant at 8 p.m., June 19, at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson.

Boyd receives the 2021 Michelle Horton Community Service Award

DeAundra Boyd, a recent graduate from the University of Tennessee at Martin, was named the recipient of the 2021 Michelle Horton Community Service Award.

UT Martin students to work NASCAR races June 18-20 at Nashville Superspeedway

College of Business and Global Affairs students at the University of Tennessee at Martin will experience three professional NASCAR racing events during the weekend of June 18-20 at Nashville Superspeedway.

Building community shines spotlight on Alexis Millsaps

Alexis Millsaps prides herself on building community and bringing people together from different backgrounds.

UT Martin partners with Tennessee Department of Education to offer free ACT Prep

The Tennessee Department of Education and the University of Tennessee at Martin announced this week that all Tennessee high school students and teachers have access to free, virtual workshops, office hours and classes on how to succeed on the ACT.

 

 

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