Tag: College of Humanities and Fine Arts

Holly Seng leaves advice for future students

I am Holly Seng, of Union City, and for the past four years I have studied at the University of Tennessee at Martin majoring in communications with a sequence in public relations and a minor in marketing.

WUTM staff members win seven awards from Tennessee Associated Press

The University of Tennessee at Martin’s student-run campus radio station – WUTM-FM 90.3 “The Hawk” – represented the university during the 2018 Tennessee Associated Press Career Day and College Awards held April 27, 2019, in Nashville.

UT Martin welcomes high school musicians for ‘Chancellor’s Orchestra’

The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Music will host its second-annual “Chancellor’s Orchestra” concert at 3 p.m., May 11, in the Boling University Center’s Duncan Ballroom.

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 ensembles featured at Discovery Park of America

The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Music will feature a variety of student and faculty ensembles during the Discovery Park of America’s “Rhythm on the Rails” music festival this year.

UT Martin dedicates new women’s center

The University of Tennessee at Martin dedicated the new Verna B. Coleman Center for Women and Gender Equality in room 255 of the Paul Meek Library during a reception April 8.

Jim Leighton recognized as Department of Communications Distinguished Alum

The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Communications presented Jim Leighton (’79) with the 2019 Department of Communications Distinguished Alumni Award during a reception April 3.

College job helps Carroll County student branch out

Jillianne Moncrief, of McLemoresville, has used her position as news director at the University of Tennessee at Martin’s campus radio station to find her passion and break out of her comfort zone.

UT Martin musicians play during regional conference

Eight student musicians from the University of Tennessee at Martin performed during the North American Saxophone Alliance region seven conference held March 8-10 at Western Carolina University.

McBeth wins Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award

The Tennessee Higher Education Commission has selected David McBeth, professor of art at the University of Tennessee at Martin, as one of 10 recipients of a 2019 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award.

 

 

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