Linda C. Martin will serve as interim chancellor for the University of Tennessee Southern, beginning July 1. The university will launch a search in January to fill the role permanently.
Matt and Farrah Fields’ barn is among the few remaining structures in the Southeast baring an original “See Rock City” slogan and has guided south-bound travelers toward Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain for more than 70 years.
As a part of the state education department’s strategic plan, the Grow Your Own initiative aims to set a new path for the educator profession and for Tennessee to be the top state in which to become and remain a teacher and leader for all.
Mark La Branche has announced plans to retire from his current role effective June 30. The UT System will name an interim chancellor in mid-June and launch a search for La Branche’s replacement later this year.
The meeting will take place at the Institute for Advanced Materials and Manufacturing located at UT’s Cherokee Farm campus. Some committee members may participate virtually.