Dr. Wendy Nehring, dean of the ETSU College of Nursing, nominated Drummond for ETSU’s inaugural DAISY award and said she exemplifies an “exemplary educator and an outstanding role model.”
Yi-Yang Chen of East Tennessee State University recently received national honors in The American Prize competition.
Two research fellows at East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy received the prestigious American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Walmart Scholars Program award, putting the college in the top 20% of schools across the country who had multiple recipients.
Three students at East Tennessee State University are experiencing several “firsts.”
U.S. Rep. Phil Roe, R-Johnson City, recently joined other legislators seeking to address two critical areas of concern in the world of health care — surprise medical billing and the growth of medical residency programs.
Here’s a list of local events to attend in the coming days.
Memorial Day observances, events and closings
Catalyst Health Solutions held a luncheon Tuesday afternoon to connect patients with leading local resources for new mothers struggling with substance abuse in the epicenter of the nation’s opioid epidemic.
East Tennessee State University's Board of Trustees will hold a special called meeting of the Finance and Administration Committee on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. to discuss proposed tuition and mandatory fees and budget for 2019-20, according to a Tuesday press release.
Renovations to the East Tennessee State University D.P. Culp Center are continuing according to plan, ETSU officials said recently.
The East Tennessee State University College of Nursing presented a DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty to Ellen W. Drummond, an associate professor and director of Undergraduate Programs who retired this month after 25 years of service at ETSU.
I can’t necessarily say it gets easier, at least not in my case. Maybe it’s more complicated than that.
Babies with NAS can experience withdrawal symptoms, including seizures, irritability and difficulty eating.
The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) announced that East Tennessee State University’s Dr. Robert Pack is one of 24 individuals who will serve on a newly formed Substance Abuse Advisory Council (SAAC).
Seven individuals were honored by the East Tennessee State University Staff Senate in the presentation of the 2019 Distinguished Staff Awards.