East Tennessee State University has announced the recipients of the ETSU Family Scholarship for the 2018-19 academic year. The $500 scholarships are awarded to undergraduates who are dependents of ETSU employees.
The Surveying Program at East Tennessee State University has been named the recipient of a $10,000 education award by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES).
A group of faculty members and students at East Tennessee State University has discovered that a specific protein in the blood has the ability to reduce the severity of certain kinds of liver disease.
Dylan Foster has been named a recipient of the Adkins Microbiology Scholarship in the East Tennessee State University College of Public Health.
August 2018 will see the four brightest planets gracing the evening sky.
A discovery during renovations at East Tennessee State University’s D.P. Culp University Center prompted officials to cordon off a portion of the project Wednesday.
Tennessee Education Commissioner Candice McQueen held a press conference call Thursday afternoon to go over the 2018 TNReady results and district-level results for the end-of-course exams for grades 3-8.
Now five seats on the Johnson City Board of Education will be up for grabs in the Nov. 6 election.
Personnel with the Washington County Department of Education will register children entering kindergarten in any Washington County school for the 2018-2019 school year for those children who have not previously registered or screened to attend Kindergarten this fall.
Dr. Jeffrey L. Alston has been named Director of University Career Services at East Tennessee State University.
East Tennessee State University has awarded the John C. Bowers Elizabethton Rotary Club Scholarship to students from Carter County.
East Tennessee State University is now offering a new degree program that aims to better prepare undergraduate students interested in careers in rehabilitative health sciences.
The College of Public Health at East Tennessee State University has awarded the Bruce A. and Amelia R. Goodrow Scholarship to the following students:
Local school officials had expected some changes to the TNReady assessment after running into trouble last time around.
As customary, no official action was taken by the Johnson City Board of Education during Monday’s annual retreat, but the school board and Superintendent Steve Barnett engaged in some healthy discussion about the school system’s future.