Activities begin at 4:30 p.m. in the area outside the Niswonger Sports Complex and Pioneer Field prior to the first home football game.
The first-ever Grills Gone Wild barbecue cook-off and festival will be held Sept. 12-13 on Tusculum's Greeneville campus.
Stoll's presentation on Monday, Aug. 25, will kick-off the Acts, Arts, Academia performance and lecture series.
Posted on 29 August 2014
The Tusculum College football team will kick off its 2014 campaign this Thursday night when the Pioneers host the College of Faith for a 7 p.m. contest at the Niswonger Sports Complex and Pioneer Field. The Pioneers 46 lettermen, including 17 starters from last year’s 4-7 squad that finished sixth in the South Atlantic Conference. [...]
Posted on 21 August 2014
Tusculum College’s Dr. Travis B. Williams, assistant professor of religion, has released his second book, entitled, “Good Works in 1 Peter: Negotiating Social Conflict and Christian Identity in the Greco-Roman World.”
Posted on 18 August 2014
High school and home-schooled students will have the opportunity to explore options in continuing their education during the College Fair, to be held 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in Pioneer Arena.
Posted on 16 July 2014
The evening will feature the two museums on the Tusculum campus, the Doak House Museum and the President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library, and several other area museums and historic groups on the concourse at Pioneer Park, also located at the college.
Posted on 09 July 2014
Ronda Gentry joins Tusculum College in the Center for Civic Advancement (CCA) as the director of the center.
Gentry comes to Tusculum from Virginia Intermont College where she most recently served as vice president for institutional advancement. She has a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from Campbell University, a Master of Divinity from the Duke Divinity School. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Union Institute and University and is working on her dissertation.
Posted on 30 June 2014
Dr. Lisa Johnson has been named interim vice president of academic affairs at Tusculum College. Johnson steps into the position previously held by Dr. Melinda Dukes who will be returning to the classroom as a member of the Tusculum College faculty. Dr. Johnson will serve in this capacity until August 11. Dr. Johnson previously served [...]
Posted on 27 June 2014
Tusculum College President Nancy B. Moody has been invited to participate in the second class of Leadership Tennessee. The class was announced this week through the Lipscomb University Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership.
The program is designed to cultivate a network of business, nonprofit, education and government leaders who are committed to addressing the state’s challenges and opportunities. The class includes 31 members from across Tennessee.
Posted on 18 June 2014
Wayne Thomas has been named interim dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Tusculum College, effective July 1.
Thomas has served as chair of the Department of Fine Arts and as associate professor of English. He has served previously as the chair of the English Department. He joined Tusculum College in 2005 and has not only continuously worked to serve his students and grow his departments, but has built several strong arts and humanities programs that have become part of the College’s culture.
Posted on 03 June 2014
Volunteers are needed to assist with the Remote Area Medical (RAM) free-health care clinic, scheduled to be held at Tusculum College, Nov. 7-9.
RAM is a Knoxville-based organization providing free medical care for the uninsured and underinsured. Volunteers are needed for all three days. Tusculum College, which is hosting the event, and coordinators are recruiting volunteers to sign up to help.
Posted on 02 June 2014
Tusculum College History Professor Benjamin Pearson contributed a chapter to the newly published German book, “Globalisierung der Kirchen. Der Ökumenische Rat der Kirchen und die Entdeckung der Dritten Welt in den 1960er und 1970er Jahren (Globalization of the Churches: The World Council of Churches and the Discovery of the Third World in the 1960s and 1970s).”