Spring 2017 Dean’s List announced
Students and faculty recognized for achievements during 2017 Honors Convocation
Tusculum Band Program to present spring concert on Sunday, April 30
‘5x10s’ return during Old Oak premiering original dramatic works by Tusculum students
Old Oak Festival to feature wide variety of musical performances

Tusculum student art exhibit featured at Tipton Gallery

Posted on 25 May 2017

“Just Another Roadside Attraction,” a rotating collection of Tusculum student artwork, will be the exhibition at the Tipton Gallery in Johnson City throughout the month of June. Opening receptions will be held on June 1 and 2, from 6-9 p.m.
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New English degree and minor in gender studies approved at Tusculum College Board of Trustees meeting

Posted on 16 May 2017

The Tusculum College Board of Trustees approved a new Bachelor in Arts in English education 6-12 and a minor in gender studies at their recent meeting held May 12-13 on the Greeneville campus. Both programs will be enrolling for fall semester.
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Highland Elementary student tour Tusculum’s Paul E. Hayden Wetland

Posted on 12 May 2017

On Wednesday, May 10, Tusculum hosted 32 fourth graders from Highland Elementary School for a tour the Tusculum College Paul E. Hayden Wetland. The student participants toured the Wetland while identifying a variety of plant species and learning how wetlands are beneficial to the environment and water quality. They also learned how contaminates can spread [...]
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Tusculum College announces Master of Education program with a concentration in special education

Posted on 10 May 2017

Tusculum College has announced a new Master of Education program with a concentration in special education: interventionist K-8/comprehensive K-12, beginning August 2017.
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Former Library Director Smith publishes 89th book

Posted on 09 May 2017

Tusculum College Professor Emeritus Myron J. “Jack” Smith, Jr., has authored a new book, “Joseph Brown and His Civil War Ironclads: The USS Chillicothe, Indianola and Tuscumbia.” This is the 89th volume published by the Newmansville-area resident who was director of Thomas J. Garland Library from 1990-2015. A Scottish immigrant to Illinois, Joseph Brown made [...]
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Local students excel at Tennessee Math competition

Posted on 09 May 2017

On April 11, Tusculum hosted the 61st Annual Tennessee Mathematics Teacher’s Association Competition. Coordinated by Tusculum’s Shannon Brewer, this competition tests the best high school mathematics students from the region in specific subject areas ranging from algebra I, geometry, algebra II, statistics, pre-calculus and calculus and advanced topics. According to Brewer, assistant professor of mathematics, [...]
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Nearly 300 receive degrees Saturday at Tusculum College

Posted on 08 May 2017

Graduating from Tusculum College during spring commencement were 292 individuals in two ceremonies held on Saturday, May. 6. On Saturday 102 students earned Bachelor of Science degrees and 157 earned Bachelor of Arts degrees. In addition 19 graduates earned Master of Arts degrees and 11 received Master of Business Administration degrees. Three students earned Associate of Arts degrees.
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Summer programs in historical tools and drawing basics to be offered at the Doak House Museum

Posted on 08 May 2017

The Doak House Museum at Tusculum will offer a “Tool School” and a series of basic drawing instruction workshops during the month of June. “Tool School” will be offered five Thursdays in June, open to children ages 10-12. Participants will complete woodworking projects like a tool tote and a box mentioned in the 1839 text, [...]
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Tusculum moves forward with search for new president

Posted on 08 May 2017

A nationwide search for a new president of Tusculum is moving forward as a designated search committee begins accepting inquiries from potential candidates. According to Dr. Greg Nelson, chair of the search committee and a member of the Tusculum Board of Trustees, a series of open forums were conducted in April to collect suggestions, recommendations [...]
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Home school conference to be held at Tusculum College

Posted on 05 May 2017

Heritage Home Scholars will host a regional home-school conference at Tusculum College on Monday, May 15, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The goal of the day is to promote college readiness and provide valuable information to current and prospective homeschoolers. There will be a variety of home-school related vendors, including education materials and textbooks. [...]
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