Tusculum students, faculty, staff and alumni demonstrated the college’s commitment to both learning and serving as part of Nettie Day activities.
Tusculum College’s new Math and Science Lecture Series will feature presentations by alumni, faculty and community members.
Senior Michael Fernando represented his native Sri Lanka at the Youth for Human Rights International Summit at the United Nations.
Posted on 09 October 2015
The Greeneville campus of Tusculum College will offer the community its first official arboretum, after recently receiving certification for a Level 1 Arboretum from Tennessee Urban Forestry Council.
The announcement was made on Thursday, Oct. 8, at a ceremony in which the college was presented its official Tennessee Urban Forestry Council arboretum designation sign. The sign was presented by Tom Simpson, regional urban forester with the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council.
Posted on 25 September 2015
Park Overall, a 1981 Tusculum College alumna, returned to campus on Thursday, Sept. 24, to discuss how college affected her life and career.
Peppering the mostly student audience with life lessons dowsed in humor, Overall encouraged them to make use of their time in college to learn about music, art, law and other humanities topics that will help them to develop in to well-rounded citizens who can participate in the conversation of community.
Posted on 23 September 2015
“Folksongs and the U.S. Labor Movement” will be the topic of a singing lecture planned for Wednesday, Oct. 7, at Tusculum College. The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the Behan Arena Theater in the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Center on the Greeneville campus.
Posted on 21 September 2015
Park Overall, a 1981 Tusculum College alumna, returns to campus on Thursday, Sept. 24, to discuss how college affected her life and career.
The lecture is part of the Tusculum College Humanities Series, sponsored by the Tusculum College English Department and will begin at 7 p.m. in the Chalmers Conference Room in Niswonger Commons on the Greeneville campus.
Posted on 17 September 2015
Dr. David Smith, director of Student Support Services at Tusculum College has been recognized as the Dissertation of Year winner by the Southern Association for College Student Affairs.
Posted on 17 September 2015
Constitution Day 2015 was marked on the Tusculum College campus with the kick off of a voter’s registration drive.
Members of the Tusculum College Student Government Association manned a booth in the Niswonger commons student center on Thursday, Sept. 17, to assist students and others who were interested in registering to vote.
Posted on 16 September 2015
Tusculum College’s Dr. Desirae Matherly, associate professor of English, will have an essay featured in “After Montaigne, Contemporary Essayists Cover the Essays.” The anthology focuses on the work of Michel de Montaigne and will be available in September in both hardback and ebook from the University of Georgia Press. Each of the 28 contributors to [...]
Posted on 15 September 2015
Tusculum College students will demonstrate the college’s commitment to both learning and serving on Tuesday, Sept. 15, as they spend a day helping others and improving the community.
Posted on 11 September 2015
Construction continues on the Dr. Ronald H. and Verna June Meen Center for Science and Mathematics on the Tusculum College campus.
According to David Martin, director of facilities for Tusculum College, the crews are continuing to set steel and the walls are set to be poured this week. The water lines have been approved by the Greeneville Water Department.
Posted on 10 September 2015
Office of Admission is seeking an individual for open position of admission representative and campus visit coordinator.