Tag: College of Business and Global Affairs

UT Martin alumnae prepare for professional school

With the start of a new school year approaching, many of the University of Tennessee at Martin’s spring graduates are preparing to start their first semesters at graduate schools across the country.

Four UT Martin degree programs rank top-20 in the nation

Four degree programs at the University of Tennessee at Martin have been ranked among the top 20 programs in the nation for their respective fields in recent publications.

UT Martin partners with Italian organizations

University of Tennessee at Martin Chancellor Keith Carver signed a partnership agreement with the Società Dante Alighieri di Siena and the University of Siena during a dinner event May 2 at The Lindell in downtown Martin.

Lampkins, Sawyers receives UT Martin commencement awards

Dalis Lampkins, of Gleason, and Ashton Sawyers, of Gallatin, received Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Awards during the University of Tennessee at Martin’s spring 2019 commencement exercises May 4.

Katie High named interim dean of UT Martin College of Business and Global Affairs

Longtime University of Tennessee administrator and educator Dr. Katie High has been named the interim dean for the UT Martin College of Business and Global Affairs.

Finance students present at conference

Sixteen undergraduate students from the University of Tennessee at Martin presented their portfolio investment strategy during the 21st Tennessee Valley Authority Investment Challenge Conference held April 8-9 in Nashville.

Skyhawk Summer Academy enrolling now through May 1

The University of Tennessee at Martin will host two sessions of the 2019 Skyhawk Summer Academy on June 10-14 and July 15-19 for rising high school juniors and seniors.

UT Martin faculty honored for outstanding scholarship

The University of Tennessee System and University of Tennessee at Martin honored six local faculty members during UT Martin’s annual Honors Day ceremony April 7.

UT Martin graduate programs reduce course hours, add concentrations

Those seeking to earn master’s degrees in education or business administration from the University of Tennessee at Martin will have fewer credit hours to complete beginning with the fall 2019 semester.

UT Martin offers new options for law school hopefuls

Students hoping to attend the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville now have two new pathways through the University of Tennessee at Martin’s 3+3 legal studies concentrations.

 

 

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