‘Tusculum Night at the Astros’ scheduled Aug. 25
More than 270 receive degrees Saturday during spring commencement
Students named to Fall 2014 Dean’s List recognized during Honors Convocation
Hollingshead receives ‘Student of the Block’ and ‘Mr. TC Award’
Academic achievements and service recognized during Honors Convocation

Newsletter from the School of Business

Posted on 04 August 2015

Catch up on all the things happening in the Tusculum College School of Business
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Museums of Tusculum College to participate in Eighth Annual History Fair in Knoxville on Saturday, Aug. 15

Posted on 31 July 2015

The Museums of Tusculum College will help bring history to life and share it with the public as one of the participants in the East Tennessee Historical Society’s Eighth Annual History Fair in downtown Knoxville on Saturday, Aug. 15.
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The Band Perry rehearses at Tusculum College

Posted on 29 July 2015

The Tusculum College community hosted some famous neighbors on the Greeneville campus in July when Grammy® Award-winning trio, The Band Perry utilized Tusculum facilities for rehearsal space.
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Kathy May named director of Tusculum College Community Chorus

Posted on 29 July 2015

Kathy May has been named director of the Tusculum College Community Chorus. She will be replacing Dr. David Hendricksen, who is retiring this year after 19 years of directing. The Chorus began with 35 singers in 1996, when Hendricksen founded the group. Over the years, more than 300 singers have performed with the chorus. Matthew Brickey will also being joining the group as their new accompanist.
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Tusculum College alliance to increase opportunities for distance learning

Posted on 27 July 2015

Recent acceptance into a national organization for reciprocity agreements will make opportunities for distance learning across state lines more abundant at Tusculum College. Tusculum College has been approved to join the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a nationwide initiative of states that will make distance education courses more accessible to students across state lines, as well as making it easier for states to regulate and institutions to participate in interstate distance education.
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Two named department chairs at Tusculum College

Posted on 20 July 2015

Two new department chairs have been named in the School of Arts and Sciences for the 2015-16 academic year at Tusculum College. Dr. Deborah Bryan has been appointed chair of the department of fine arts, and Dr. Melissa Keller has been appointed chair of the department of natural sciences.
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Wayne Thomas named Dean of Arts and Sciences at Tusculum College

Posted on 10 July 2015

Wayne Thomas has been named dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Tusculum College. Thomas has served as interim dean since July 2014, and formerly as chair of the Department of Fine Arts and as associate professor of English. He also served as the chair of the English Department. He joined Tusculum College in 2005 and not only continuously worked to serve his students and grow his departments but also built several strong arts and humanities programs that have become part of the college’s culture.
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Congressman Phil Roe visits Tusculum College to learn more about TRIO college preparation and success programs

Posted on 07 July 2015

Tusculum College welcomed Congressman Phil Roe to campus on Monday, July 6. Roe visited the campus to learn more about the college preparation programs offered by Tusculum College through the TRIO programs.
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Tusculum College receives grant from Women’s Fund of East Tennessee

Posted on 30 June 2015

The Women’s Fund of East Tennessee has awarded a $10,000 grant to Tusculum College for a first generation college student mentoring program. Representatives of the Women’s Fund presented the funds to representatives of the college at a luncheon on the Greeneville campus in June.
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Tusculum College receives grant from the Tennessee Historical Records Advisory Board

Posted on 19 June 2015

The President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library at Tusculum College has received an $800 grant from the Tennessee Historical Records Advisory Board to purchase shelving to improve the storage for its historic collections. The Tennessee Historical Records Advisory Board received $27,500 from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission to assist Tennessee’s historic record centers through a grant program called State and National Archival Partnership. SNAP Grants are available up to $2,500.
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