Pellissippi State Community College and Tennessee Board of Regents presented the Clayton Family Foundation and Clayton Homes with the Regents Award for Excellence in Philanthropy.
Turning your life around can be complicated, especially when you’re living out of bags, moving from location to location, and struggling to feed yourself each day. Melinda Peery knew that she could find a way out, if she could just get on the right path.
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 Friday, Feb. 6. Also pictured are Pellissippi State president L. Anthony Wise Jr., Magnolia Avenue Campus dean Rosalyn Tillman, TBR chancellor John Morgan, TBR vice chancellor of community colleges Warren R.
Tennessee Tech is the first Tennessee university to be formally awarded Veterans Education Transition Support Campus certification, an honor that reinforces the university’s commitment to veterans.
The symposium for educators is for grade levels. Topics will include technology, teaching apps, and K-12 content-specific sessions. Sessions for guidance counselors and media specialists will also be offered.
The Highland Crest college campus in Springfield continues to grow. Volunteer State Community College and Austin Peay State University recently announced another joint program for the campus and also addressed the future of Highland Crest.
Nine Roane State Community College students participated in the fall Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature (TISL) at the State Capitol in Nashville.
Faculty and staff at Tennessee Tech University are integrating mentoring programs into the student experience to help more students earn their degrees.
The Faculty Fellows program highlights excellence from of the six academic divisions and honors former faculty who demonstrated scholarship and dedication to teaching and student learning.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – More than 300 student volunteers from area colleges and universities will join forces at Tennessee State University Saturday, Jan. 17 for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.