Local students attend Governor’s School for Humanities at UT Martin

Two high school students from Wilson County are among the 56 students attending the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Humanities on the UT Martin campus.
Jul 8, 2014
Trace Pfaff and Maggie Crowell
Kendall T. Oziminski

Two high school students from Wilson County are among the 56 students attending the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Humanities on the UT Martin campus. 

The students included Trace Pfaff and Maggie Crowell.

The humanities immersion program includes high school juniors and seniors from across the state who have been selected to participate based on academic achievements, writing skills, school and community service and the recommendations of high school principals, counselors and teachers. As part of the program, students explore subjects as diverse as philosophy and music literature, develop creative writing skills and participate in afternoon seminars specially designed to experience academic challenges with the “best and the brightest” fellow students in Tennessee.

Local students receive awards at UT Martin

Morgan D. Cogar, of Lebanon, recently received the Outstanding Undergraduate Family and Consumer Science Student Award from the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences during the annual Honors Day celebration at the University of Tennessee at Martin. 

Outstanding student awards were given from each of UT Martin’s five colleges, as well as many departmental and university-wide scholarships.

Kendall T. Oziminski, of Mt. Juliet, recently received the Lower Division Chemistry Award during the annual Honors Day celebration at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Outstanding student awards were given from each of UT Martin’s five colleges, as well as many departmental and university-wide scholarships.

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