When Anthony Walls left Northeast State Community College in 2016 after receiving two associate degrees in computer science and a general transfer degree, he already had his eyes set on something more people-oriented.
The organization recognizes notable graduates for their “academic excellence, service, and leadership.”
Ten members of the Class of 2020 at East Tennessee State University have been inducted into the newly formed 1911 Society.
After two battles with cancer in the last decade, Benny Tolley has continued sharing his wisdom passed to him by others about how to persevere through life’s many challenges.
East Tennessee State University will confer some 2,200 degrees for the Class of 2020 virtually, according to a press release from the university.
The University of Tennessee System plans to welcome students back to each of its campuses this fall, according to a Wednesday news release.
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.
The state planned to start issuing vouchers a year earlier than expected at the request of Gov. Bill Lee, but the court’s decision will now enjoin the state from implementing the program.
Students overwhelmingly preferred a traditional graduation ceremony rather than a virtual event, according to a recent school survey.
The program will be offered in the fall through the Clemmer College of Education and coincides with the launching of the university’s new esports varsity team announced in December.
Science Hill High School’s plans to honor their 2020 graduates were approved by the Johnson City Board of Education on Monday afternoon during their planned digital board meeting.
Sixty-two East Tennessee State University faculty members were promoted and 28 granted tenure by the ETSU Board of Trustees, the university’s governing body, during its recent quarterly meeting.
Dr. Scott Champney, professor emeritus in East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine, has recently published a monograph describing 20 years of research on a novel antibiotic target.
Dr. Tuqa Alkhateeb, a third-year Ph.D. student in East Tennessee State University’s Department of Biomedical Sciences, was selected as a recipient of the Star Research Achievement Award by the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM).
More than 70 future teachers from East Tennessee State University are eyeing opportunities in the job market and recently had the chance to talk with principals from across the region about employment opportunities.