When President Barack Obama visited East Tennessee in January, he introduced Americas College Promise and launched a manufacturing innovation hubboth with ties to Pellissippi State Community College.
In honor of 100 years of academics, Tennessee Tech University begins its Centennial Celebration Friday, March 27, with a ”Charter Day” ceremony.
A Tennessee Tech University computer science associate professor is organizing a conference to bring together industry professionals and higher education faculty and students.
Behind a glass door on the third floor of the Angelo and Jennette Volpe Library is a technology lab that allows anyone to step into a human heart, jump into a polluted river, and design, build and test devices and prototypes.
Middle Tennessee State University announced it will send teams of counselors and representatives to seven Tennessee Board of Regents community colleges in March and April to aid students who have their sights set on the four-year institution.
Columbia State Community College’s President’s Leadership Society recently garnered attention among community and technical college leaders when the college was selected to present at the COMBASE consortium conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett and City of Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero, recipients of the Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellors Award for Excellence in Philanthropy, celebrated the grand opening of the Center for Student and Community Engagement at Pellissippi State Community Colleges Magnolia Avenue Campus.
Trigonometry is one of those subjects that can seem removed from practical life. Mike Welham knows a way to bring it home for students. He takes the conversation into space.
The Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) has announced the designation of Volunteer State Community College as one of Tennessee’s first “VETS Campuses,” recognizing the institution’s efforts toward increasing the educational attainment of student veterans.