Tag: Faculty News

Chancellor’s Corner: Revised Masking Requirements

The University of Tennessee System today announced increased face-covering requirements at university campuses based on the rise in COVID-19 Delta variant numbers across the state.

Ribbon-cutting signals new era for Coon Creek Science Center

UT President Randy Boyd called the Coon Creek Science Center arguably the largest classroom now in the University of Tennessee System.

Wilkins named Featured Faculty Scholar

Dr. Dawn Wilkins, a professor in the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Biological Sciences, has been named the university’s 2021 spring semester Featured Faculty Scholar.

Ribbon-cutting ceremony set April 30 for Coon Creek Science Center

The University of Tennessee at Martin and the UT Martin McNairy County Center/Selmer will host an invitation-only ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly acquired UT Martin Coon Creek Science Center at 11 a.m., Friday, April 30.

Ridder named 12th head coach in men’s basketball history

Athletic director Kurt McGuffin has announced the hiring of Ryan Ridder as the University of Tennessee at Martin head men’s basketball coach.

NSF grant will increase number of science, math teachers

The University of Tennessee at Martin has received a National Science Foundation award totaling $1.2 million over five years to recruit 25 individuals who have science, math or engineering degrees to complete master’s degrees and teach STEM subjects.

From dust to dust – Gale dedicates life to soil science

The impact of her 25 years-worth of service and dedication to the University of Tennessee at Martin, its students, the community and to scientific research can be found sitting in baskets on the coffee table in Dr. Paula Gale’s home.

McCloud appointed Chief Diversity, Inclusion Officer

University of Tennessee at Martin Chancellor Keith Carver has appointed Dr. Mark McCloud as the chief diversity and inclusion officer.

Weakley County Reconciliation Project honors local lynching victims during annual Civil Rights Conference

The Weakley County Reconciliation Project presented “Local Lynchings and Why They Still Matter” on Feb. 11, as a part of the University of Tennessee at Martin 21st annual Civil Rights Conference.

UT Martin provides warming station at Student Life Center

The University of Tennessee at Martin is working with Weakley County Emergency Management to provide a warming station in the Student Life Center as below-freezing weather continues in Northwest Tennessee.

 

 

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