APSU launches pilot program designed to assist APSU students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) as they advance through the college experience.
ESTU prepares to launch a new model to be used for mentoring nurse practitioners who serve as clinical faculty preceptors for graduate students.
For the fourth consecutive year, Austin Peay State University is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for.
TTU associate professor and team of student researchers are going through WHO list to see how many compounds they can create using environmentally friendly methods and materials.
For Roane State Community College student Dalton Powers, the mentorship tnAchieves provided was just as valuable as the scholarship it offered.
APSU to provide Green Zone training to faculty, staff to better assist veteran students in transition
The Green Zone program was designed to give veterans transitioning to student life a way to recognize staff and faculty who have been trained to provide a resource and ally for student veterans and active duty service members
The mission of the American Business Women’s Association is to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations.
For years, Tennessee Tech University students have created technologies and systems to solve problems facing society. Recently, the university expanded those opportunities by building a makerspace and expanding innovation and entrepreneurship efforts on campus.
This week, several university representatives will travel to Washington, D.C., to participate in the second National Maker Faire. TTU is also part of the Make Schools Alliance, a coalition of schools dedicated to the maker movement that works in partnership with the White House.
Maps are helping people discover where they can find affordable and often much-needed medical care
Three Tennessee Tech University trumpet students have been awarded scholarships by the International Trumpet Guild to attend the group’s annual conference.