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TTU-affiliated center aims to improve population, economic health

Thad Perry is a psychologist by training, but he’s also really good at finding patterns in data and is passionate about population health.

Perry combined these talents to make his career. He’s now in Cookeville as the director of Tennessee Tech University’s Center for Healthcare Informatics.

The center analyzes data to find ways to improve the quality of healthcare while reducing healthcare costs.

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TTU President Oldham honored with TCPRA’s Otis Floyd Award

Tennessee Tech University President Phil Oldham recently was honored by the Tennessee College Public Relations Association with the Dr. Otis Floyd Jr. Award, presented annually to a higher education administrator in Tennessee to recognize superior achievement in innovation, leadership, vision and communication.

Known for his vision, understanding and integrity, Floyd was the first African‐American chancellor of the State Board of Regents for Tennessee and former president of Tennessee State University.

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TTU takes part in national Day of Making

Tennessee Tech University takes part in a White House celebration today for the first-ever national Day of Making. You can check out all the activities at http://www.whitehouse.gov/maker-faire

Read President Oldham's letter on behalf of TTU here.

America has always been a nation of inventors and entrepreneurs, and as everyday citizens and scientists gain access to new technologies like 3D printers, design software and desktop machine tools, we are seeing the rise of the Maker Movement.

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