’5 x 10′ returns to the stage April 24 – 26
Dorrbecker and Fernando recognized as ‘Students of the Block’ for spring semester
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Tusculum College:  A Degree in Three?
Students recognized for literary works

Tusculum College to launch newest volume of “The Tusculum Review” on April 16

Posted on 16 April 2015

A launch party for the 2015 edition of The Tusculum Review will be held on Thursday, April 16, preceding the Old Oak Festival. The event is free and open to the public and will be held at 4 p.m. in the Shulman Center Atrium on Tusculum’s Greeneville campus.
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Scholarships prizes to be awarded for arts workshop participation on Friday during Old Oak Festival

Posted on 16 April 2015

High school students have the opportunity to win one of five, $500 college scholarships through participation in one of the fine arts workshops at Tusculum College’s Old Oak Festival on Friday, April 17. The workshops will include digital media, playwriting, drawing, flash fiction, poetry, acting, papermaking, music theory and song writing, music improvisation and music business.
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Food vendors, crafting vendors, workshops and demonstrations to be featured during the Tusculum College Old Oak Festival, April 17-19

Posted on 15 April 2015

The Tusculum College Old Oak Festival is a treat for the senses, with stimulation for the eyes, nose, ears and taste buds, through music, fine arts, theater poetry and a wide variety of edible treats. The festival returns to the Tusculum College campus on April 17-19.
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USDA Official Visits Tusculum College

Posted on 15 April 2015

Lisa Afua Serwah Mensah, Rural Development Undersecretary of the United States Department of Agriculture, visited Tusculum College on April 15, to tour the campus and visit the site of the proposed new science and math building.
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Students learn international law while visiting Malta

Posted on 13 April 2015

Taking advantage of a relationship with a Tusculum alumnus and the former U.S. Ambassador to Malta, two students from Tusculum College studied international law while visiting the country this past March. From March 7 to March 14, two Tusculum students, Bailey Lawson, a senior psychology student from Max Meadows, Va., and Erica Worrell, a senior elementary education major from Bridgton, N.J. embarked on a trip to Malta with Dr. Troy Goodale, associate professor of political science. This is the fourth consecutive year that Tusculum faculty and students have taken this trip over spring break.
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Extended Hours for Student-focused Administrative Offices

Posted on 10 April 2015

In an effort to better serve students in our Residential and our Graduate and Professional Studies programs, many of our student-focused administrative offices have extended their operational hours
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Tusculum student named Newman Civic Fellow

Posted on 09 April 2015

Denise Coffey, a student at Tusculum College, has been named a Newman Civic Fellow for 2015. Coffey has provided almost 500 community service hours to ASafeHarborHome, a local agency that serves victims of domestic violence and supplies them with safe homes.
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Tusculum College now offering online management degree

Posted on 08 April 2015

Tusculum College will soon be offering an online bachelor’s degree in business management, according to Tusculum President Nancy B. Moody. The college, which will begin offering the program in the fall,  was notified of its approval to offer the program by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges in late March. The [...]
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Tusculum College nursing program addressing needs of community and region

Posted on 07 April 2015

With a recent study suggesting the need for more than 1.6 million nursing professionals nationwide by 2020, Tusculum College’s nursing program is gearing up to meet the demand, according to officials at the college. While Tusculum College’s nursing program is new, its first graduating class this May will help address the growing need for nurses in the East Tennessee region.
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Fire departments hold training exercise on Tusculum College campus

Posted on 06 April 2015

Several fire department training sessions were held at Tusculum College in late March and early April, prior to the removal of two former residences on the campus. The buildings are being removed to make room for the planned construction of the Ronald H. and Verna June Meen Center for Science and Math.
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