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Lathon Ross wears a shirt decorated by his students during a celebration of the first graduates from the Call Me MiSTER program at UT Martin.

Call Me MiSTER

The Call Me MiSTER program strives to increase the pool of male minority educators to be effective role models.

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Derek and Sierra Ezell's tiny home.

Tiny Living

UT Martin professor used tiny house living for his dissertation.

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Daniel McPartland crosses the monkey bars on a ROTC obstacle course.

Training the Next Generation

Army ROTC prepares students at the Knoxville, Chattanooga and Martin campuses to enter the military as second lieutenants, as well…

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UT Knoxville students and military veterans display a banner which reads "Connecting military veterans to UT student services".

Bridges to Higher Education

The transition from serving in the military to pursuing a postsecondary education can be one with which many veterans struggle.…

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Old photo of T Joe Walker, holding guitar, with other soldiers during World War II.

‘I was one of the lucky ones’

Ninety-nine-year-old Army veteran T Joe Walker went from building bridges during World War II to leading mechanical maintenance at UT…

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Uniformed military member stands with daughter on a grassy hill, with US flags waving in the wind.

Military By the Numbers

From offering an in-state tuition rate to students affiliated with the military to creating veteran resource centers, the University of…

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Renee Bailey Iacona and her boyfriend, Yomi Martins, dressed in traditional Nigerian clothing. Martins is from Nigeria.

‘Series of Serendipitous Moments’

From her days as a first-generation college student at UT Martin to her current role on the front line of…

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Featured photo: Left, Cornelius Smith Jr. (Frederick Douglass) in American Prophet, which ran July 15-Aug. 28 at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater in Washington, D.C. Photo By Margot Sschulman

Whispering Truth

A UT Martin and UT College of Law graduate stood on the wings of a stage this summer to witness…

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Expressions of Art on UT Campuses photo collage

Expressions of Art on UT Campuses

A collection of photos showing UT Students across UT campuses performing and participating in various art forms.

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A pair of hands holding peanuts.

Going Nuts

What do you think of when you hear food allergy? Peanuts. One UT Martin alumna is working to combat the…

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A Fish Story

UT Martin aids in researching Asian Carp.

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Three researchers stand in a creek bed looking for fossils

A Time Jump to the Past

UT Martin takes stewardship of the Coon Creek fossil site.

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Beef cattle in a large field

Class Action

A partnership between UT Martin and Murray State uses education to fight climate change.

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Two gloved hands carefully hande documents from 1919 unsealed from a time capsule

Time Travelers

UT's time capsules celebrate bygone eras.

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The McClanahan family in front of their barn

Family Linked to UT Since 1946

An “Everywhere You Look, UT” mural shows pride.

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A photo illustration shows Newspaper clippings detaling lynchings over railroad tracks

Honoring Their Humanity

Hours before his 22nd birthday, Mallie Wilson was condemned to die by a mob without a guilty verdict. Today, Mallie’s…

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Nancy Sanchez

Conserja. Apoyadora. Amiga.

As an admissions coordinator, Nancy Sanchez provides the support and encouragement she wishes she received.

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Ben Neale and his cattle

The Light on the Hill

Tennessee beef producers see sales rise.

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Young ag entrepreneurs with their patent

Finding a Better Way

A class at UT Martin leads to a patent.

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a partially submerged mako shark gets tagged off the edge of a researcher's boat

Hooked

UT Martin alumna Kesley Gibson studies shortfin makos.

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Abby Murphy points her left toe, instructing a row of dance students behind her

Staying ‘En Pointe’

Arts programs, including dance, are known to increase attendance rates and test scores, encourage critical thinking and boost creative writing…

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teacher materials, colored pencils, golden delicious apple and a globe

From Strength to Strength

UT System hosts teacher preparation convening.

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A row of grain silos in Sharon, TN. The largest and frontmost silo is painted with "Everywhere You Look, UT"

Everywhere You Look

Murals make UT's presence visible.

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