UT Martin dedicates room in honor of Dr. Ted Mosch

MARTIN, Tenn. – TED MOSCH CLASSROOM DEDICATED – The University of Tennessee at Martin dedicated room 203 of the Business Administration Building to the late Dr. Ted Mosch, professor emeritus of political science, during a reception Nov. 8. Many of Mosch’s former colleagues and students as well as donors to the Ted Mosch Scholarship Fund were in attendance. Mosch began working at UT Martin in 1970 and served the university until 1981 when he was granted educational leave to attend the National War College in Washington D.C. He then served at the United States Army Intelligence Center and School from 1983-88 before returning to UT Martin, where he stayed until his retirement in 2002. Pictured during the naming reception are (l-r) Dr. Chris Baxter, chair of the Department of Accounting, Finance, Economics, and Political Science; Dale Allen (UT Martin ’81), a Nashville attorney, former Mosch student and major scholarship donor; Dr. Ross Dickens, dean of the College of Business and Global Affairs; and Dr. Keith Carver, UT Martin chancellor. For more information about the scholarships or the dedication, contact Jeanna Swafford, assistant vice chancellor for UT Martin Development and Planned Giving, at 731-881-7629.

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