TUSCULUM NEWS & INFORMATION


Doak House Museum to host batik and natural dye workshop March 15-17

Doak House Museum to host batik and natural dye workshop March 15-17

Dr. Fran Church will lead this workshop to teach the beautiful fiber art process of batik ...
Alumni named Life Trustees

Alumni named Life Trustees

Three former members of the Tusculum College Board of Trustees and alumni of the college, Capt. Sam Doak ’49 USN ...
Alumni make career connections at two recent events

Alumni make career connections at two recent events

Networking events in Knoxville and Oak Ridge gave alumni and students the opportunity to make business contacts ...
Alumni and friends enjoy Holiday Open House

Alumni and friends enjoy Holiday Open House

A festive mood surrounded the event held at the President's House ...
Learn the latest about your fellow alumni

Learn the latest about your fellow alumni

Retirements and changes in job positions among the news shared in this month's Class Notes ...
The ‘Open Source Church’ to be explored during Theologian-in-Residence lecture series

The ‘Open Source Church’ to be explored during Theologian-in-Residence lecture series

Rev. Landon Whitsitt will lead the annual lecture series during each Tuesday in February ...
Alumni trip to Keeneland Races scheduled for Saturday, April 21

Alumni trip to Keeneland Races scheduled for Saturday, April 21

Alumni and friends are invited to enjoy a day at the races in Lexington, Ky ...
Voter awareness programs planned for campus

Voter awareness programs planned for campus

Learn more about why voting is important and how you can get registered to vote at coming events Jan. 26 ...
Local hospitals sign clinical agreements to support new nursing program

Local hospitals sign clinical agreements to support new nursing program

Laughlin and Takoma hospitals signed clinical affiliation agreements on Thursday, January 19, to serve as educational sites for the new ...
Tusculum College continues long tradition of civic education

Tusculum College continues long tradition of civic education

A recent U.S. Department of Education report calls for colleges to make civic learning a central part of students' education, ...