The last 12 years haven’t been the easiest for Kyle Carter, but the last two have been the best of his life.
Kayla Brooks, of Dickson, Alexis Millsaps, of Columbia, and Bailey Radnitzer, of Des Plaines, Illinois, received the Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Award during UT Martin’s spring 2021 commencement.
For Samuel Walgren, graduating from college with a degree in history is the realization of a lifelong dream.
Shay Briggs knows how to adapt to new situations, including job changes that led her to chart a new career path.
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.
You’ve made it. Take a moment and breathe it all in. No…really. These past four years have been tough, but the past 13 months have been really difficult. This is an important milestone in life and you need to stop and celebrate!
The University of Tennessee at Martin will hold spring commencement in four separate in-person ceremonies May 7-8 on the main campus in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
Atem Lo Levad. Translation from Hebrew: You are not alone.
Peggy Reisser enjoyed a successful journalism career that included many years covering the news for the Nashville Banner and then the Memphis Commercial Appeal. The Ole Miss graduate added another credential to her impressive resume when she received her Master of Arts in Strategic Communication on Nov. 21 from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Courtney Price, of Memphis, and Jonathan Kirkland, of Martin, were recognized as the recipients of the Paul and Martha Meek Leadership Award during the University of Tennessee at Martin fall 2020 commencement Saturday, Nov. 21.