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Martin, TN, United States

The University of Tennessee at Martin , located in Martin, Tennessee in the United States, is one of the five campuses of the University of Tennessee system. Other campuses include the flagship campus in Knoxville, the Chattanooga campus, the Center for the Health science in Memphis, and the Space Institute in Tullahoma. Prior to the acquisition of Lambuth University in Jackson by University of Memphis in 2011, UTM was the only public four-year university in West Tennessee outside of Memphis.UT Martin is featured in U.S. News & World Report top-tier ranking for southern master’s institutions in the 2013 edition of America’s Best Colleges. The Princeton Review also named UT Martin “A Best Southeastern College” for 2013 and among the nation’s “Best Value” colleges and universities in the book The Best Value Colleges: 2012 Edition ; And, for the sixth consecutive year, UT Martin is listed among America’s 100 Best College Buys, a listing by Institutional Research and Evaluation, Inc.UTM operates a large experimental farm and several satellite centers in West Tennessee. Wikipedia.

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The International Nurses Association is pleased to welcome Connie L. Johnston, RN, CCRN, to their prestigious organization with her upcoming publication in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. Connie L. Johnston is a Registered Nurse currently serving patients within Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee. With more than three decades of experience in nursing, she is a specialist critical care nurse. Connie L. Johnston graduated with her Nursing Degree in 1980 from the University of Tennessee at Martin. Since graduating she has completed a number of advanced training courses, earning certification in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Connie is also a Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse. To keep up to date with the latest advances in nursing, Connie maintains a professional membership with the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. A recipient of the Nurse Excellence Award in 2010, Connie attributes her success to her passion for helping others with hands on care and old school nursing values. When she is not working, Connie enjoys gardening, hunting, and traveling. Learn more about Connie L. Johnston here: http://inanurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4136164/info/ and be sure to read her upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.


News Article | May 25, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tivity Health, Inc. (NASDAQ:TVTY) announced today that Adam C. Holland has been named Chief Financial Officer, effective June 15, 2017. Mr. Holland will succeed current Interim Chief Financial Officer Glenn Hargreaves, who was named to the interim role in November 2016 and who will resume his responsibilities as the Company’s Chief Accounting Officer. Mr. Holland joins Tivity Health after serving in a variety of executive financial roles throughout his 16-year career.  Most recently, he served as CFO since 2015 of Kirkland’s, Inc. (NASDAQ:KIRK), a leading retailer of home décor and gifts. During his 12-year tenure at Kirkland’s, Mr. Holland held a variety of financial leadership roles. His responsibilities included corporate financial planning and analysis, forecasting and budgeting, as well as external reporting, tax, treasury, risk management and audit. In addition, Mr. Holland was responsible for strategic planning, including the 2010 launch of Kirkland’s e-commerce business. “We are excited to welcome Adam to our leadership team. His deep consumer-driven experience and his strategic mindset will bring a very important perspective as we deploy our A-B-C-D strategy and its focus on creating and sustaining great member experiences. Adam’s experience as a public company CFO and his meaningful expertise in all aspects of financial leadership will be vital as we continue to execute our strategy to grow profitably and deliver value to customers and shareholders by increasing member engagement in markets with compelling long-term growth dynamics,” said Donato Tramuto, Chief Executive Officer of Tivity Health. “We are deeply grateful to Glenn Hargreaves for stepping in as Interim CFO over the last six months. We recognize the commitment and tremendous work required of him, and we thank him for this effort, as well as his more than 12 years of service to Tivity Health. Glenn will continue as our CAO, a role he has held for the last five years, and I am confident that his diverse financial skills and experience will contribute further to our ongoing growth,” Mr. Tramuto continued. Mr. Holland commented, “I have admired the transformation of Tivity Health under Donato’s leadership. As consumerism comes to the forefront at this unprecedented time in the healthcare industry, I am excited to join such an innovative and dynamic market-leading company.” Mr. Holland holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration and a Masters in Accountancy, both from the University of Tennessee at Martin. He also spent three years earlier in his career as a Senior Auditor with Ernst & Young LLP. He will be based in Franklin, Tennessee. Tivity Health, Inc. is a leading provider of fitness and health improvement programs, with strong capabilities in developing and managing network solutions. Through its existing three networks, SilverSneakers® - the nation’s leading fitness program for older adults, Prime® Fitness and WholeHealth Living™, Tivity Health is focused on targeted population health for those 50 and over. With more than 14.5 million Americans eligible for SilverSneakers, over 10,000 fitness centers in the Prime Fitness Network, and more than 25 years of clinical and operational expertise in managing specialty health benefits and networks, including chiropractic services, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, acupuncture, massage and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) services, the Company touches millions of consumers across the country and works directly with hundreds of healthcare practitioners and many of the nation’s largest payers and employers.  Learn more at tivityhealth.com.


News Article | May 25, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tivity Health, Inc. (NASDAQ:TVTY) announced today that Adam C. Holland has been named Chief Financial Officer, effective June 15, 2017. Mr. Holland will succeed current Interim Chief Financial Officer Glenn Hargreaves, who was named to the interim role in November 2016 and who will resume his responsibilities as the Company’s Chief Accounting Officer. Mr. Holland joins Tivity Health after serving in a variety of executive financial roles throughout his 16-year career.  Most recently, he served as CFO since 2015 of Kirkland’s, Inc. (NASDAQ:KIRK), a leading retailer of home décor and gifts. During his 12-year tenure at Kirkland’s, Mr. Holland held a variety of financial leadership roles. His responsibilities included corporate financial planning and analysis, forecasting and budgeting, as well as external reporting, tax, treasury, risk management and audit. In addition, Mr. Holland was responsible for strategic planning, including the 2010 launch of Kirkland’s e-commerce business. “We are excited to welcome Adam to our leadership team. His deep consumer-driven experience and his strategic mindset will bring a very important perspective as we deploy our A-B-C-D strategy and its focus on creating and sustaining great member experiences. Adam’s experience as a public company CFO and his meaningful expertise in all aspects of financial leadership will be vital as we continue to execute our strategy to grow profitably and deliver value to customers and shareholders by increasing member engagement in markets with compelling long-term growth dynamics,” said Donato Tramuto, Chief Executive Officer of Tivity Health. “We are deeply grateful to Glenn Hargreaves for stepping in as Interim CFO over the last six months. We recognize the commitment and tremendous work required of him, and we thank him for this effort, as well as his more than 12 years of service to Tivity Health. Glenn will continue as our CAO, a role he has held for the last five years, and I am confident that his diverse financial skills and experience will contribute further to our ongoing growth,” Mr. Tramuto continued. Mr. Holland commented, “I have admired the transformation of Tivity Health under Donato’s leadership. As consumerism comes to the forefront at this unprecedented time in the healthcare industry, I am excited to join such an innovative and dynamic market-leading company.” Mr. Holland holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration and a Masters in Accountancy, both from the University of Tennessee at Martin. He also spent three years earlier in his career as a Senior Auditor with Ernst & Young LLP. He will be based in Franklin, Tennessee. Tivity Health, Inc. is a leading provider of fitness and health improvement programs, with strong capabilities in developing and managing network solutions. Through its existing three networks, SilverSneakers® - the nation’s leading fitness program for older adults, Prime® Fitness and WholeHealth Living™, Tivity Health is focused on targeted population health for those 50 and over. With more than 14.5 million Americans eligible for SilverSneakers, over 10,000 fitness centers in the Prime Fitness Network, and more than 25 years of clinical and operational expertise in managing specialty health benefits and networks, including chiropractic services, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, acupuncture, massage and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) services, the Company touches millions of consumers across the country and works directly with hundreds of healthcare practitioners and many of the nation’s largest payers and employers.  Learn more at tivityhealth.com.


News Article | May 25, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tivity Health, Inc. (NASDAQ:TVTY) announced today that Adam C. Holland has been named Chief Financial Officer, effective June 15, 2017. Mr. Holland will succeed current Interim Chief Financial Officer Glenn Hargreaves, who was named to the interim role in November 2016 and who will resume his responsibilities as the Company’s Chief Accounting Officer. Mr. Holland joins Tivity Health after serving in a variety of executive financial roles throughout his 16-year career.  Most recently, he served as CFO since 2015 of Kirkland’s, Inc. (NASDAQ:KIRK), a leading retailer of home décor and gifts. During his 12-year tenure at Kirkland’s, Mr. Holland held a variety of financial leadership roles. His responsibilities included corporate financial planning and analysis, forecasting and budgeting, as well as external reporting, tax, treasury, risk management and audit. In addition, Mr. Holland was responsible for strategic planning, including the 2010 launch of Kirkland’s e-commerce business. “We are excited to welcome Adam to our leadership team. His deep consumer-driven experience and his strategic mindset will bring a very important perspective as we deploy our A-B-C-D strategy and its focus on creating and sustaining great member experiences. Adam’s experience as a public company CFO and his meaningful expertise in all aspects of financial leadership will be vital as we continue to execute our strategy to grow profitably and deliver value to customers and shareholders by increasing member engagement in markets with compelling long-term growth dynamics,” said Donato Tramuto, Chief Executive Officer of Tivity Health. “We are deeply grateful to Glenn Hargreaves for stepping in as Interim CFO over the last six months. We recognize the commitment and tremendous work required of him, and we thank him for this effort, as well as his more than 12 years of service to Tivity Health. Glenn will continue as our CAO, a role he has held for the last five years, and I am confident that his diverse financial skills and experience will contribute further to our ongoing growth,” Mr. Tramuto continued. Mr. Holland commented, “I have admired the transformation of Tivity Health under Donato’s leadership. As consumerism comes to the forefront at this unprecedented time in the healthcare industry, I am excited to join such an innovative and dynamic market-leading company.” Mr. Holland holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration and a Masters in Accountancy, both from the University of Tennessee at Martin. He also spent three years earlier in his career as a Senior Auditor with Ernst & Young LLP. He will be based in Franklin, Tennessee. Tivity Health, Inc. is a leading provider of fitness and health improvement programs, with strong capabilities in developing and managing network solutions. Through its existing three networks, SilverSneakers® - the nation’s leading fitness program for older adults, Prime® Fitness and WholeHealth Living™, Tivity Health is focused on targeted population health for those 50 and over. With more than 14.5 million Americans eligible for SilverSneakers, over 10,000 fitness centers in the Prime Fitness Network, and more than 25 years of clinical and operational expertise in managing specialty health benefits and networks, including chiropractic services, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, acupuncture, massage and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) services, the Company touches millions of consumers across the country and works directly with hundreds of healthcare practitioners and many of the nation’s largest payers and employers.  Learn more at tivityhealth.com.


News Article | May 25, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tivity Health, Inc. (NASDAQ:TVTY) announced today that Adam C. Holland has been named Chief Financial Officer, effective June 15, 2017. Mr. Holland will succeed current Interim Chief Financial Officer Glenn Hargreaves, who was named to the interim role in November 2016 and who will resume his responsibilities as the Company’s Chief Accounting Officer. Mr. Holland joins Tivity Health after serving in a variety of executive financial roles throughout his 16-year career.  Most recently, he served as CFO since 2015 of Kirkland’s, Inc. (NASDAQ:KIRK), a leading retailer of home décor and gifts. During his 12-year tenure at Kirkland’s, Mr. Holland held a variety of financial leadership roles. His responsibilities included corporate financial planning and analysis, forecasting and budgeting, as well as external reporting, tax, treasury, risk management and audit. In addition, Mr. Holland was responsible for strategic planning, including the 2010 launch of Kirkland’s e-commerce business. “We are excited to welcome Adam to our leadership team. His deep consumer-driven experience and his strategic mindset will bring a very important perspective as we deploy our A-B-C-D strategy and its focus on creating and sustaining great member experiences. Adam’s experience as a public company CFO and his meaningful expertise in all aspects of financial leadership will be vital as we continue to execute our strategy to grow profitably and deliver value to customers and shareholders by increasing member engagement in markets with compelling long-term growth dynamics,” said Donato Tramuto, Chief Executive Officer of Tivity Health. “We are deeply grateful to Glenn Hargreaves for stepping in as Interim CFO over the last six months. We recognize the commitment and tremendous work required of him, and we thank him for this effort, as well as his more than 12 years of service to Tivity Health. Glenn will continue as our CAO, a role he has held for the last five years, and I am confident that his diverse financial skills and experience will contribute further to our ongoing growth,” Mr. Tramuto continued. Mr. Holland commented, “I have admired the transformation of Tivity Health under Donato’s leadership. As consumerism comes to the forefront at this unprecedented time in the healthcare industry, I am excited to join such an innovative and dynamic market-leading company.” Mr. Holland holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration and a Masters in Accountancy, both from the University of Tennessee at Martin. He also spent three years earlier in his career as a Senior Auditor with Ernst & Young LLP. He will be based in Franklin, Tennessee. Tivity Health, Inc. is a leading provider of fitness and health improvement programs, with strong capabilities in developing and managing network solutions. Through its existing three networks, SilverSneakers® - the nation’s leading fitness program for older adults, Prime® Fitness and WholeHealth Living™, Tivity Health is focused on targeted population health for those 50 and over. With more than 14.5 million Americans eligible for SilverSneakers, over 10,000 fitness centers in the Prime Fitness Network, and more than 25 years of clinical and operational expertise in managing specialty health benefits and networks, including chiropractic services, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, acupuncture, massage and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) services, the Company touches millions of consumers across the country and works directly with hundreds of healthcare practitioners and many of the nation’s largest payers and employers.  Learn more at tivityhealth.com.


Braddock M.,University of Tennessee at Martin
Neuroethics | Year: 2017

How should we treat patients diagnosed as being in a persistent vegetative state (PVS) or minimally conscious state (MCS)? More specifically, should we treat them as having the full moral status of persons? Yes, or so we argue. First, we introduce the medical conditions of PVS, MCS, and the related conditions of Locked-in Syndrome and covert awareness. Second, we characterize the main argument for thinking diagnosed PVS patients are not persons. Third, we contend that this argument is defeated by mounting empirical evidence for the considerable uncertainty of PVS diagnoses. Fourth, we characterize a new argument for PVS non-personhood suggested by Neil Levy and Julian Savulescu, one intended to accommodate the diagnostic uncertainty. According to this argument, even if diagnosed PVS patients are in fact MCS, it makes no difference because MCS patients are probably not persons either. Fifth, we challenge the new argument by assembling reasons for doubting the claim that MCS patients are not persons. The outcome is that it is fairly uncertain whether diagnosed PVS and MCS patients are persons or not. What should we do in light of this uncertainty (given its present intractability)? Sixth, we develop and support a guiding precautionary principle, which we call Precautionary Personhood. Finally, we apply the principle to the case of diagnosed PVS and MCS patients: we argue that given substantial uncertainty about their personhood we should go ahead and treat these patients as if they are persons. © 2017 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht


News Article | February 21, 2017
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BRENTWOOD, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Commerce Union Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: CUBN) (“Commerce Union Bancshares,” or the “Company”), parent of Reliant Bank, announced today that it has hired Terry M. Todd to lead the Company’s expansion into Chattanooga, TN, one of the state’s fastest growing metropolitan markets. Reliant Bank’s new office will be located in the Republic Centre, 633 Chestnut St, Suite 630, Chattanooga, TN 37450. “We are pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Todd as Reliant Bank’s new Market President for Chattanooga,” stated DeVan Ard, CEO of Reliant Bank and President of the Company. “Terry will be responsible for Reliant Bank’s expansion into Chattanooga, including opening our new office in the city and hiring new lenders to expand our loan, deposit and treasury management opportunities. “Ron DeBerry and I both worked in Chattanooga in the 1980’s and 1990’s, for Commerce Union Bank (now Bank of America) and AmSouth Bank (now Regions Bank) respectively,” continued Ard. “We have many friends and business connections in Chattanooga. We are both very familiar with the growth potential of the Chattanooga market and are excited about expanding our services targeted to business and commercial customers with Terry Todd as our market leader.” Commenting on the announcement, William R. DeBerry, Chairman and CEO of the Company, said, “Terry joined my team at Commerce Union Bank of Chattanooga in 1987 where he headed our SBA lending program and led the state in SBA loan production. He has a strong background in business development, marketing, customer service and building organizational effectiveness. We believe his extensive knowledge of the Chattanooga market will be a key driver in our loan growth as he ramps up our lending team in Chattanooga and the surrounding area.” Darrell Freeman, founding director of Reliant Bank, CEO of Zycron, Inc. and a native Chattanoogan, added, “I am excited to see our bank expanding into my home town, where I still have family and friends. We have a great opportunity with Terry to bring Reliant’s high touch approach to banking to the Chattanooga community.” Prior to joining Reliant Bank, Terry M. Todd was Regional President for FSG Bank in Chattanooga, TN. As Regional President for FSG Bank, he was responsible for 12 branches with $270 million in loans and $175 million in deposits. He previously served as Business Banking Manager for SunTrust Bank’s Chattanooga Region that included 40 plus branches in Chattanooga, Cleveland, Winchester and Savannah, TN; Rome and Carrollton, GA; and Florence, AL. Todd started his banking career in 1981 at the former Commerce Union Bank, later Bank of America. He transferred to Commerce Union Bank of Chattanooga’s office in 1987. Todd is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin. He is also a graduate of the Banking School of the South at Louisiana State University, the Tennessee Bank Commercial Lending School and the Tennessee Bank Consumer Lending School. He is also actively involved in the Chattanooga community on non-profit and other community boards. About Commerce Union Bancshares, Inc. and Reliant Bank Commerce Union Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: CUBN) is a Brentwood, Tennessee-based bank holding company which operates banking centers in Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner and Williamson Counties, Tennessee through its wholly-owned subsidiary Reliant Bank. Reliant Bank is a full-service commercial bank that offers a variety of deposit, lending and mortgage products and services to business and consumer customers. For additional information, locations and hours of operation, please visit our website found at www.reliantbank.com. Statements in this press release relating to Commerce Union Bancshares Inc.’s plans, objectives, expectations or future performance are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The words “believe,” “may,” “should,” “anticipate,” “estimate,” “expect,” “intend,” “objective,” “possible,” “seek,” “plan,” “strive” or similar words, or negatives of these words, identify forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are based on management’s current expectations. The Company’s actual results in future periods may differ materially from those indicated by forward-looking statements due to various risks and uncertainties, including those related to the combination of Commerce Union Bank and Reliant Bank following the merger. These and other risks and uncertainties are described in greater detail under “Risk Factors” in the Company’s 10-K and subsequent periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The forward-looking statements in this press release are made as of the date of the release and the Company does not assume any responsibility to update these statements.


Xu H.,University of Tennessee at Martin | Jagannathan S.,Missouri University of Science and Technology
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems | Year: 2015

The stochastic optimal control of nonlinear networked control systems (NNCSs) using neuro-dynamic programming (NDP) over a finite time horizon is a challenging problem due to terminal constraints, system uncertainties, and unknown network imperfections, such as network-induced delays and packet losses. Since the traditional iteration or time-based infinite horizon NDP schemes are unsuitable for NNCS with terminal constraints, a novel time-based NDP scheme is developed to solve finite horizon optimal control of NNCS by mitigating the above-mentioned challenges. First, an online neural network (NN) identifier is introduced to approximate the control coefficient matrix that is subsequently utilized in conjunction with the critic and actor NNs to determine a time-based stochastic optimal control input over finite horizon in a forward-in-time and online manner. Eventually, Lyapunov theory is used to show that all closed-loop signals and NN weights are uniformly ultimately bounded with ultimate bounds being a function of initial conditions and final time. Moreover, the approximated control input converges close to optimal value within finite time. The simulation results are included to show the effectiveness of the proposed scheme. © 2012 IEEE.


Pitz K.M.,University of Tennessee at Martin | Sierwald P.,University of Tennessee at Martin
Cladistics | Year: 2010

This study examines relationships within the millipede order Spirobolida using an exemplar approach, sampling within families to maximize geographical and morphological diversity; due to lack of available material, Allopocockiidae and Hoffmanobolidae were not included in analyses. The focus of this study was to test monophyly of the order, the suborders, and the families of Spirobolida and to propose interfamilial relationships using morphological and molecular data in a total-evidence approach. Both maximum-parsimony analyses and Bayesian inference were employed to analyse two datasets consisting of combined morphological and molecular data, one aligned using progressive alignment methods and the second aligned by secondary structure models. Rhinocricidae was recovered sister to all remaining spirobolidan millipedes and is elevated to suborder status as suborder Rhinocricidea. Trigoniulidea was recovered as monophyletic as was Spirobolidea excluding Rhinocricidae; Spirobolidea is redefined to reflect this change. All previously recognized families were recovered, with the exception of Spirobolidae; in all instances, this family was paraphyletic or part of a polytomy that lacked sufficient resolution to assess its monophyly. The results reaffirm much of the existing taxonomic foundation within Spirobolida. This study provides the first phylogenetic test of higher-level relationships within Spirobolida and will serve as a foundation for future work in this group at finer levels. © The Willi Hennig Society 2010. © The Willi Hennig Society 2010.


Grant
Agency: NSF | Branch: Standard Grant | Program: | Phase: S-STEM:SCHLR SCI TECH ENG&MATH | Award Amount: 586.00K | Year: 2015

Project UTM S-STEM at the University of Tennessee Martin (UTM) will provide 35 scholarships for four years averaging $4,800 each year to academically promising students with financial need. Students will be incoming freshman and transfer students majoring in Chemistry, Engineering, Geology, Computer Science, and Mathematics. This project will provide the resources needed to recruit, support, and retain more students, including minorities and women, in STEM fields that will improve the nations capacity for innovation and provide regional industry with needed STEM talent.

The project will recruit STEM students that have demonstrated financial need as well the desire and capability to major in an underrepresented STEM field: Chemistry, Mathematics, Engineering, Computer Science, or Geology. The UTM student body is largely first generation college students that come from rural areas and many come from economically challenged areas of Tennessee. The average family income of West Tennessee is lower than the US average and many of these students that come to UTM are under-prepared for STEM studies. A number of support mechanisms will be provided to aid these students. A major focus of the project will be the development of a STEM academy. This two week intensive academic course will be collaboratively taught each summer by all STEM disciplines and will review material from the previous year and introduce new material students will see in the upcoming year. The STEM academy will help to remedy areas where UTM S-STEM Scholars are struggling and give them a jump start on the upcoming year. It will serve as a method to reinforce material and concepts students learn in their classes and help them to retain this knowledge throughout their academic career. The project will also establish a learning community. This community will provide both scholarly and social activities to support the S-STEM students to persist in STEM and aid in career exploration. Activities will include monthly lunches with faculty, field trips to industrial sites and other areas specific to each of the disciplines involved, seminars, and involvement in service learning. Scholarship students will be guided in career exploration through exposure to opportunities in government, industry, research, academia, and education through field trips and speakers. Scholarship students will be encouraged to participate in research projects with mentoring faculty to broaden their STEM experiences and to apply to internships, summer experiences, and REU programs. This scholarship program will directly affect the success of the students involved as well as impact how science education is conducted in the future. The project will be evaluated through attitudinal surveys, graduation and retention rate data, STEM course performance, and questionnaires on all project components. Project results will be disseminated to the campus community and at national meetings focused on STEM education as data is evaluated yearly. S-STEM scholars will make YouTube videos to showcase their experiences throughout their time at UTM. The incorporation of the STEM Academy will serve as a model for all STEM and ideally other disciplines within the university and at other 4-year institutions with similar demographics.

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