Lee recently signed a proclamation declaring Thursday a statewide “voluntary Day of Prayer, Humility and Fasting.”
East Tennessee State University College of Nursing professor Dr. Judith Rice has worked with people experiencing homelessness for nearly two decades, giving her insight into how substance abuse and the region’s opioid crisis has affected them.
Since forming in April 2018, Ghoulgasm has helped fill a niche for a local fanbase nostalgic for the ‘70s and ‘80s “horror punk” sound and live experience.
Towne Acres Elementary School Principal Josh Simmons and Johnson City Schools Superintendent Steve Barnett say there are three key areas of concern when it comes to Towne Acre’s current facilities: safety and security, the age of the school and its capacity.
East Tennessee State University’s Office of Financial Aid encourages students to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2020-21 academic year, and announces two new online services recently launched to assist current and prospective students of the university – a Chatbot named “Bucky” and Financial Aid TV.
External grant funding is often the lifeblood for researchers who are exploring new and better ways to improve health and quality of life.
Dr. Istvan Karsai of East Tennessee State University is the recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Hungary in biology.
Laughton and Erin Messmer are partners as well as senior lecturers in the Department of Communication and Performance in the College of Arts and Sciences.
The Sycamore Stitchers meet at the park each month sharing their love of quilting and engaging in a wide variety of projects. Each year they host the Sycamore Stitchers Quilt Show which focuses on historic and modern quilting techniques and patterns
Tickets are on sale now for the nation’s premier storytelling event, the National Storytelling Festival, held October 4-6.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, was made available Tuesday to new and returning college students applying for financial aid for the 2020-21 school year.
The Johnson City Board of Education once again voiced its concerns over its capital needs relative to the county’s needs at Monday’s board meeting.
Activists and local community members gathered at King Commons Friday afternoon for a “Rally for Climate Justice” to coincide with the last day of a global climate strike, calling for environmental and political reforms to stop climate change.
The Southeast Fibers Educators Association’s (SEFEA) fall 2019 exhibit, “In Flux,” will be displayed at East Tennessee State University from Sept. 30-Oct. 25 at the Slocumb Galleries.
East Tennessee State University’s College of Nursing was listed among the “Top 25 Online PhDs in Nursing Education,” a national ranking released by Online College Plan.