Tag: College of Education Health and Behavioral Sciences

UT Martin Parsons student becomes first-ever to graduate nursing program in three years

On May 2, 2020, Clenney, who studied at the University of Tennessee at Martin Parsons Center, became the first student in UT Martin history to graduate the nursing program in three years.

In-person component included in half of UT Martin fall classes

Almost half of the classes offered this fall by the University of Tennessee at Martin will include an in-person component as part of the university’s reentry plan.

UT Martin earns national, state-wide rankings

The University of Tennessee at Martin online programs have received numerous national and state-wide rankings, including the top-ranked Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies online program by bestcollegereviews.org.

McElroy named Beth Maloan Outstanding Student Employee

The University of Tennessee at Martin has named Justin McElroy as the recipient of the Spring 2020 Beth Maloan Outstanding Student Employee Award for his outstanding job performance, commitment to the university and exemplary work ethic.

UT Martin faculty honored for service, achievement

The University of Tennessee System and the University of Tennessee at Martin recognized six faculty members as award recipients during the May 2 UT Martin virtual commencement.

Majors, Williams receive Paul and Martha Meek Leadership awards

Savannah Williams, of Newbern, and Devin Majors, of Nashville, were each recognized as the recipients of the Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Awards during the University of Tennessee at Martin’s virtual commencement Saturday, May 2.

Meet the Beetles: University Scholar uses flesh-eating insects in forensics research project

John, Paul, George and Ringo have discreetly lived on the campus of the University of Tennessee at Martin without drawing much attention from the public.

UT Martin nursing program ranked ‘2020 Best RN Program in Tennessee’

The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Nursing has earned the rank of “2020 Best RN Program in Tennessee” by RegisteredNursing.org, a nursing advocacy organization.

Inspiration through physical therapy, UT Martin graduate finds passion through injury

Most people would consider a torn ACL during their high school senior football season a disappointing end to everything they had worked toward, but for Collin Stricklin, of Martin, this injury led him to his passion and dream career: physical therapy.

Winchester sisters navigate nursing program together

Megan and Madison Winchester, of Hornbeak, are first-year nursing students at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

 

 

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