|The Messenger 10.3.07 |
Renee Heatherly Pratt of Providence, Ky., daughter of Glenn and Vicki Heatherly of Union City, recently completed her master’s degree in education from Murray (Ky.) State University.
Her bachelor of science degree is from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Mrs. Pratt is a fourth-generation teacher. She is following in the footsteps of her late grandmother, Janie Heatherly, by teaching first grade.
She and her husband, Matthew Pratt, are the parents of two daughters, Kaylee Grace and Kamryn Olivia.
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The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Music will present its first student chamber ensembles concert of the fall semester at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 10 in the Harriet Fulton Per-forming Arts Theatre in the Fine Arts Building on the UT Martin campus.
The event will feature chamber music by a variety of student ensembles. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Department of Music at (731) 881-7402.
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The University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Visual and Theatre Arts will continue its season of student art exhibitions with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday in the gallery of the Fine Arts Building.
This exhibition features the works of Joanna Hite, a senior graphic design major from Clarksville; Jason Woolery, a senior art studio major from Dyersburg; and Corey Smith, a senior art education major from Brentwood. The exhibition will be on display through Oct. 19.
For more information, contact the UT Martin Department of Visual and Theatre Arts at (731) 881-7400.
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The University of Tennessee at Martin “Guide to Speakers and Sources” is an online guide to speakers and topics.
This guide is designed to acquaint the public with the wide range of human resources available at UT Martin. A variety of groups may find this guide useful in the selection of speakers or experts for various projects and/or meetings.
The guide, at http://www.utm.edu/departments/univrel/resources.php, is prepared in alphabetical order by general topic and divided into subtopics. For assistance in making contacts with the speakers and sources, or for assistance in finding campus experts for topics not listed, call the Office of University Relations at (731) 881-7615.