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ETSU Search Advisory Committee Selects 8 Candidates for First-Round Interviews

The search advisory committee for a new president of East Tennessee State University has selected 8 candidates from a list of 49 to bring to Johnson City for the first round of interviews.

The round-one interviews will take place with the search advisory committee this Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 19 and 20, in the A and B Ballrooms in the Millennium Centre. Following those interviews, the committee will decide which candidates to invite to return for meetings on the campus with ETSU constituent groups, including faculty, staff and students, during the week of Oct. 24-28.

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ETSU Presidential Search Advisory Committee Meets to Review Applicants Oct. 17

The presidential search advisory committee at East Tennessee State University will meet Oct. 17 to review applicants for the ETSU president’s post at 10 a.m. EST in the East Tennessee Room of the D.P. Culp University Center.

Committee members will identify leading prospects for consideration, select candidates for the first-round interviews with the search committee, and discuss interview strategies.

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TBR Meets in Quarterly Session, Names Vice Chancellor for Community College System

The Tennessee Board of Regents met today at Roane State Community College, where it confirmed the hiring of a new vice chancellor for Community Colleges.

The board approved Chancellor John Morgan’s recommendation to appoint Warren Nichols, president of Volunteer State Community College, as the TBR vice chancellor for Community Colleges effective Oct 1.

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Bruce Scism Selected Interim President at Volunteer State

Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan has selected Bruce Scism to serve as interim president of Volunteer State Community College beginning Oct. 1.

Scism, currently the vice president for Academic Affairs at Vol State in Gallatin, will assume the leadership role following the departure of Vol State President Warren Nichols, who is recommended to be appointed vice chancellor for community colleges at the TBR Central Office in Nashville.

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Warren Nichols Recommended to Lead TBR Community College System

Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan will recommend to the Board that Warren Nichols be appointed vice chancellor for community colleges at the TBR.

Nichols, who currently serves as president of Volunteer State Community College, was selected after a comprehensive search that included a large group of candidates from across the United States.

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AT&T Donates $130,000 to Community Colleges

AT&T* has announced a $130,000 contribution to the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) to support students enrolled in the new accelerated pathways technical certificate and degree programs in Tennessee community colleges. The AT&T Completion Scholarship Program will fund scholarships to help community college students statewide begin a path toward completing their college degrees. The announcement was made at Nashville State Community College.

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AT&T Donates $130,000 to Community Colleges(2)

AT&T* has announced a $130,000 contribution to the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) to support students enrolled in the new accelerated pathways technical certificate and degree programs in Tennessee community colleges. The AT&T Completion Scholarship Program will fund scholarships to help community college students statewide begin a path toward completing their college degrees. The announcement was made at Nashville State Community College.

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TBR, UT Announce 50 Guaranteed Transfer Pathways between Community Colleges and Universities

Community college students who want to complete a bachelor’s degree now have a guarantee that their credits will transfer to a public university in Tennessee, if they choose one of 50 different majors offering transfer pathways.

The Tennessee Board of Regents and the UT systems have collaborated to create 50 “Tennessee Transfer Pathways” for timely and cost-effective transitioning from a two- to four-year degree. All pathways are effective for the fall 2011 semester.

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