Tag: College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences
At first glance, Luke Winters is your typical successful University of Tennessee at Martin graduating senior – a Martin native with a 3.5 grade point average, engaged in a variety of extracurricular activities and well-liked by his peers.
UT President Randy Boyd called the Coon Creek Science Center arguably the largest classroom now in the University of Tennessee System.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Agriculture, Geosciences and Natural Resources has established a Bachelor of Science degree in Obedience Studies that will begin accepting students in the fall 2021 semester. This is the first degree of its kind in the world.
The University of Tennessee at Martin is hosting its seventh-annual Captain’s Challenge fundraising event April 14, with a goal to raise $350,000 in 24 hours.
The University of Tennessee at Martin has received a National Science Foundation award totaling $1.2 million over five years to recruit 25 individuals who have science, math or engineering degrees to complete master’s degrees and teach STEM subjects.
Two University of Tennessee at Martin College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences students were selected to present research at the fifth International Conference on Climate Change 2021, which was held virtually Feb. 18-19.
The impact of her 25 years-worth of service and dedication to the University of Tennessee at Martin, its students, the community and to scientific research can be found sitting in baskets on the coffee table in Dr. Paula Gale’s home.
The University of Tennessee at Martin will hold 2021 Summer Orientation and Registration (SOAR) and Transfer Orientation sessions both virtually and in person.
The University of Tennessee at Martin has implemented a bike share program to help the campus community commute across the 250-acre main campus and additional 680-acre teaching farm.
The University of Tennessee at Martin has received a $150,000 pledge by John Clark, a 1975 UT Martin alumnus and the interim director of the UT Martin Horace and Sara Dunagan Chair of Excellence in Banking, and his wife, Janie, to support the new Beef Cattle Research Facility.