You’ll have to excuse Dr. Keith Carver for not wearing his signature bow tie. He had spent all day on the road speaking to high school students across Tennessee and Kentucky, telling them all about the great opportunities for their college education at UT Martin.
But even after a long day crisscrossing the region, he made time to speak to the fraternity men at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house.
Dr. Carver’s topic was leadership ethics, an important part of his role as chancellor. The meeting, organized by Chapter Counselor D. Renard Miles, II (Memphis-Lambuth ’15), was well attended by members of the chapter.
After his presentation, Dr. Carver fielded questions from fraternity members. He also congratulated the fraternity for its successes and thanked them for their contributions to the campus community.