East Tennessee State University was recently ranked high among higher education institutions for students with disabilities, according to rankings from College Consensus.
Alumni of East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine are on the front lines of research and studies happening across the world to develop treatments for the COVID-19 virus.
ELIZABETHTON — Eligible students at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Elizabethton are receiving funds from a pool of $450,000 earmarked for students of the school.
For the final time this school year, families of Ridgeview Elementary School students drove through the school’s car line on May 22. Teachers greeted them with summer care packages and words of encouragement as educators, parents and students
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The Johnson City Board of Education held a special informational meeting Tuesday to discuss possible budget concerns and data discrepancies ahead of Monday’s full board meeting.
Cannon Whetsel was among the seniors who experienced a virtual graduation from Daniel Boone High School on Saturday. The shirt under his gown read, “Some have a story / We made history / Class of 2020.”
ELIZABETHTON — Elizabethton High School is preparing to provide its latest opportunity for students. The school announced last week that the Department of the Navy has approved the establishment of a National Defense Cadet Corps unit at the
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This fall, undergraduate students at East Tennessee State University will have the opportunity to enroll in a new emergent inquiry degree program offered by the Department of Early Childhood Education in the Clemmer College.
The Class of 2020 is celebrating many firsts. In addition to being the first class to graduate “virtually,” two students are the first to receive general engineering degrees from East Tennessee State University and Tennessee Tech University.
The ETSU Health Osteoporosis Center will offer free osteoporosis screenings every Thursday in June to support osteoporosis awareness in the community and in recognition of Osteoporosis Month, celebrated during May.
After finishing their pandemic-altered spring semesters online, higher education institutions are planning to welcome students back to their campuses this fall.
The following is a roundup of where graduation ceremony plans stand as of Thursday.
ELIZABETHTON — In-person graduation ceremonies for graduates of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Elizabethton have been postponed. The ceremonies had been scheduled for Aug. 13 in Seeger Chapel on the campus of Milligan University.
Growing numbers of U.S. colleges are pledging to reopen this fall, with dramatic changes to campus life to keep the coronavirus at bay. Big lectures will be a thing of the past. Dorms will will be nowhere near capacity. Students will face
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Clarissa Abbott, a parent and one of the organizers, said the event will be cancelled if social distancing recommendations are still in place at that time. Tickets will be refundable.