Roane State’s Joshua Spurling has been appointed by Gov. Bill Haslam as the student regent on the Tennessee Board of Regents.
Industries ranging from manufacturing to health care are in great need of workers with automation and systems technology skills. Mechatronics is the engineering behind those systems.
Ten employees of Y-12 National Security Complex have completed three years of classroom training at Pellissippi State Community College as part of the second class of an apprenticeship program that grows talent from within Y-12.
Students at Volunteer State Community College took first place in a competition of Radiologic Technology knowledge recently. It was part of the annual meeting of the Tennessee Society of Radiologic Technologists. They’re the professionals who perform x-rays and other radiographic imaging of patients in hospitals and clinics. Teams of four students from across Tennessee competed in a single elimination student bowl. There were a total of ten teams participating.
Roane State’s Amy Keeling has won a national award from an 11,000-member academic advising organization for doing what she loves: helping students chart their paths.
Motlow State Community College sophomore JuliAnna Dykes of Tullahoma is named the National Collegiate Honors Council's "Student of the Year." Every year, NCHC honors one student from a four-year and one from a two-year institution. Dykes is the third Motlow honors student in as many years to receive the NCHC "Student of the Year" award.
Roane State, Oak Ridge High School dual enrollment art program gives students unique experiences, opportunities
Artists working in ceramics must also be part scientist and part engineer, says Roane State's Bryan Wilkerson, an associate professor of art and design on the college's Oak Ridge campus.
Environmental changes at Volunteer State Community College are happening one step at a time. The latest additions are solar panels connected to the college Wood Campus Center.
Tennessee State University is now a Google School. TSU is one of 10 historically black colleges and universities participating in the Google in Residence Program, which uses Google engineers to teach introductory computer science classes, as well as help students further develop soft and technical skills.