Tag: College of Engineering and Natural Sciences
The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Engineering has established a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) degree that began accepting students in the fall 2020 semester.
The University of Tennessee at Martin reports 7,119 students enrolled for the 2020 fall semester, including both undergraduate and graduate students.
The University of Tennessee at Martin community, along with numerous notable Tennessee officials, gathered in front of the future site of the Latimer Engineering and Science Building, on Sept. 18, to honor Bill and Carol Latimer for their $6.5 million gift to the university.
University of Tennessee at Martin and state officials will host the Latimer Engineering and Science Building groundbreaking dedication ceremony at 10 a.m., Sept. 18, in front of the building construction on the east side of the university’s academic quadrangle.
The University of Tennessee at Martin departments of computer science and visual and theatre arts have partnered to create a Video Game Design Certificate that will debut this fall for students and design professionals interested in entering the video game industry.
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.
As the University of Tennessee at Martin faculty members began preparing to host their summer courses online, Dr. James Smart, professor of biology, and Dr. Abigail Shelton, associate professor of chemistry, knew they needed a plan for their classes in order to ensure their students received the best hands-on learning experience.
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.
Approximately 348 students participated in the University of Tennessee at Martin’s fall 2019 commencement ceremony held Dec. 14 in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center. Stuart McWhorter, commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration, served as keynote speaker.