Category: University Advancement
Jimmy Tosh is known as a successful businessman and family farmer through his association with Tosh Family Farms in Henry, Tennessee.
First Choice Farm and Lawn of Union City, in partnership with Kubota Tractor Corporation, has established the Nick Smith Agriculture Scholarship Endowment at the University of Tennessee at Martin in memory of Nicholas “Nick” Doyle Smith, of Golo, Kentucky. Smith, a farmer and businessman, passed away April 16, 2022.
Recommendations for no tuition or mandatory fee increases highlighted the University of Tennessee at Martin’s 2022-23 proposed budget that was presented and approved during the UT Martin Advisory Board summer meeting held May 20 in the Boling University Center.
The proposed Tennessee Entrepreneurial Science and Technology (TEST) Hub at the University of Tennessee at Martin took a major step forward Thursday when the Tennessee General Assembly completely funded the $18 million facility in a budget appropriations amendment.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Oct. 9 during UT Martin Homecoming for the new Blaylock Inspirational Oracle.
The University of Tennessee at Martin kicked off its fourth and most ambitious capital campaign, “RISE,” on September 11 where university officials announced a goal of $175,000,000.
Officials with the University of Tennessee System and the University of Tennessee at Martin knew that the Wildwood Farm commitment to UT Martin announced June 24 in Germantown was the largest in university history.
The University of Tennessee at Martin received the largest single gift in its history Thursday, June 24, when Melanie Smith Taylor and her family announced that Wildwood Farm in Germantown, Tennessee, will be transferred to the university upon her death.
The proposed Innovation and Product Realization Facility at the University of Tennessee at Martin has been submitted to the University of Tennessee System for consideration in the 2023 fiscal year.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Advisory Board met Friday, May 21, in the Boling University Center for the first in-person meeting of the board since January 2020.