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Martin Methodist College President Presents Program
Dr. Ted Brown, President of Martin Methodist College in Pulaski Tennessee, was the guest speaker at the March 23, 2007 meeting of the Lawrenceburg Rotary Club. Dr. Brown, a member of the Pulaski Rotary Club, gave the club an update on the progress Martin Methodist College has made since he last spoke to the club several years ago.
A year after he became President of Martin Methodist College, Dr. Brown initiated the Martin 2010, a Ten Year Plan for development of the college. The primary goal of Martin 2010 is to double the student enrollment to at least 1,000 students. Martin Methodist's current enrollment is 850 students. The plan projects extensive growth in programs of study offered, as well as a comprehensive campus master plan for the development of new and renovated campus facilities.
Founded in 1870, Martin Methodist College is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Tennessee but it is the youngest 4-year instintutions in the state. According to Dr. Brown, Martin Methodist College has been called "one of Tennessee's best kept secrets" by the press. For more information about Martin Methodist College check out their web site at www.martinmethodist.edu.
Pictured above are Neal Beard, President of the Lawrenceburg Rotary Club, Dr. Ted Brown, President of Martin Methodist College, and Jeff Johnson, Rotary Program Committee member.