The COVID-19 pandemic has rocked entire industries, forcing some businesses to rescind internships for college students.
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.
East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum and Mary B. Martin School of the Arts and community supporters are expanding the geographic boundaries of artists’ residency for a special collection of art reflecting the current times.
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.
The special collection titled “Local Art in the Age of the 2020 Global Pandemic” will be housed in the Reece Museum’s permanent collection.
East Tennessee State University is now offering some incoming freshmen a new opportunity to attend their first year tuition-free, according to a Monday announcement.
Local daycare centers that closed their doors during the COVID-19 pandemic have recently reopened to help meet the demand for child care as more parents return to work.
The showcase will feature videos of music recorded by students and faculty in the program and will include a mix of originals and covers. The stream will begin at 7 p.m. on Facebook Live.
Students overwhelmingly preferred a traditional graduation ceremony rather than a virtual event, according to a recent school survey.
GRAY — More than 65% of Hands On! Discovery Center’s revenue comes from admissions, much of which comes in during the spring and summer months.
UNICOI — For about four decades, Unicoi County’s Red Barn has opened its doors for family-friendly live music events every Thursday night from May through November.
The COVID-19 crisis is creating unprecedented work experience for several East Tennessee State University social work students who are helping their fellow students with challenges related to the pandemic.
The East Tennessee State University Board of Trustees decided Friday to keep tuition flat into the next academic year as they discussed challenges faced by the university amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
East Tennessee State University is partnering with Ballad Health and Washington County EMS to create a preparedness program in case local health care providers become overrun with positive COVID-19 cases.