After finishing their pandemic-altered spring semesters online, higher education institutions are planning to welcome students back to their campuses this fall.
East Tennessee State University’s Tennessee Small Business Development Center will continue its free weekly webinar “Recover Together: Reopening Discussion and Best Practices.”
Voting by mail has more support from Democrats than Republicans according to a statewide poll by East Tennessee State University researchers.
On Monday, the university announced its new Free Freshman Tuition program.
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.
Two highly skilled gamers have been recruited as team captains for the new esports varsity team at East Tennessee State University. Both have been awarded scholarships and will be enrolled as students starting this fall.
ETSU ranked 18th, in the “Best Online DNP Programs” listing released this month.
Future teachers who are part of the Class of 2020 at East Tennessee State University moved to the head of the class with their scores on the edTPA assessment.
Teams of East Tennessee State University business students performed strongly in the Tennessee Valley Authority Investment Challenge Program (ICP) and the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute Research Challenge.
A statewide poll by East Tennessee State University researchers suggests protesters calling stay-at-home orders government overreach represent a small, if vocal, minority of Tennesseans.
East Tennessee State University started distributing $5.54 million provided by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act for emergency relief to eligible students, according to university officials.
An academic research lab at East Tennessee State University will release results later this week of a statewide poll focusing on Tennesseans’ thoughts regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced more than $1 million in grants for local community clinics last week in an effort to expand access to COVID-19 testing.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, East Tennessee State University is offering several online summer courses across multiple disciplines that are related to the pandemic and its effects on society.