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Ingram Scholars 2024 (second year) From left: Jay Carroll, Lincoln County; Colin Cheplen, Giles County; Aaliyah Dunavant, Lawrence County; Paige Stiles, Marshall County; Mercie Ashmore, Lewis County; Bibi Crane, Maury County; Pat Ford, director.

Leading Through Networking

The Ingram Scholars program provides an opportunity for exemplary UT Southern students to help their communities while networking with local…

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Illustrations of a diverse group of people.

UTAA Recognizes Outstanding Faculty

Each year, the UT Alumni Association recognizes outstanding faculty and staff for their work in three categories.

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A black female student wearing graduation robes and cap smiles while waiting for the commencement ceremony to begin.

UTS Seniors Leave Lasting Legacy

On graduation day at UT Southern, 56 seniors donned red and orange cords showing they participated in the Senior Giving…

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A Sacred Space

UT Southern children's literature conference continues teacher's love of students.

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UTS Vice Chancellor of Advancement Evan Beech, UTS Interim Chancellor Linda Martin and UT System President Randy Boyd.

Martin continues as Interim Chancellor

UT Southern Interim Chancellor Linda Martin has agreed to extend her leadership role through the 2024-2025 academic year.

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Front row, from left: Ken Vickers, Brant Harwell, Melissa Ryckman, Cheri Thomas, Judy Cheatham, Cindy Young, Parker Phifer and Jennifer Aust. Second row, from left: Olivia Kate Willis, Emily Grace Russell and Elizabeth Mae Ayers. Third row, from left: Hunter Dunavant, Makinze Talley, Alexa Bryan and Abigail Beasley.

Students Join Alpha Chi

Twenty-three UT Southern students joined the Tennessee XI Chapter of Alpha Chi National Collegiate Honor Society.

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Five members of the a cappella vocal group 'Apollo5' give a performance at UT Southern.

Apollo5 Performed at UT Southern

Britain’s critically acclaimed five-piece a cappella vocal group Apollo5 performed at UT Southern in March.

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From left, Lester Laminack, Kelly Starling Lyons, Carol Hampton Rasco, George Ella Lyon and Ronnie Erwin review books during the children’s literature conference.

UTS Welcomes Teacher Conference on Children’s Literature

UT Southern hosted a conference on Children’s Literacy: Igniting the Love for Literacy with more than 150 attendees in February.

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UT President Randy Boyd reads You Can't Buy a Dinosaur with a Dime to children during a Money Week class about financial literacy. Photo By Sam Thomas

UT Tackles Challenges

The UT System, with its statewide presence, people, expertise, resources and influence, is uniquely positioned to tackle grand challenges.

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UTS Special Education Students Spread Fire

UT Southern students studying to teach special education developed the FIRE (Fostering Inclusion through Resource Efforts) resource fair for disability…

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Interim UTS Chancellor Linda Martin and her husband, Ken Huff, and their dog, Jake.

Linda Martin Named Interim Chancellor

UT Southern has welcomed Linda C. Martin as interim chancellor.

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