The East Tennessee Department of Public Safety welcomed its new therapy dog to campus this week, and after hundreds of suggestions from the ETSU community, she finally has a new name – Pepper.
Dr. Scott Hummel is hitting the ground running as he begins his presidency at Tusculum University, and one of his immediate priorities will be meeting with members of the community.
“Claire-Lise Holy: An Artist’s Reflections on Theatre and Literature” is the focus of a free public talk by Dr. Katherine Weiss at East Tennessee State University on Wednesday, Feb. 19, at noon in the Reece Museum.
The Tennessee State Board of Education hosted a conference call Thursday morning to give a preliminary look at the results of the 2019 Educator Preparation Report Card.
East Tennessee State University’s Department of Physical Therapy has expanded its educational and clinical reach in the region through the growth of residency and fellowship programs that offer advanced, specialized training for physical therapists who are interested in orthopedics.
A faculty member at East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy has received a grant to aid in her research of the transdermal naloxone treatment of opioid addiction, potentially saving more lives from overdose by making the life-saving drug easier to administer and require fewer doses.
More than two dozen Johnson City Schools teachers received surprise grants from the Johnson City Public School Foundation Thursday to fund additions to their classrooms and new lesson materials.
A free public screening of this independent film will be held at East Tennessee State University on Monday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. in the Ball Hall Auditorium.
GREENEVILLE – Tusculum University placed a time capsule in a wall of the Meen Center Tuesday morning as part of the celebration of the institution’s 225th anniversary.
The 5th-8th Grade Student Heritage Poster Competition, part of the Washington County, Tennessee Heritage Fair, is currently looking for entries to teach others “about local heritage through primary and secondary research.”
City and county officials may be closer to avoiding a possible legal battle over school funding concerns.
Over the past two decades, scholars have begun to study how African American history in the U.S. is often misrepresented or completely disregarded compared to other historical narratives. Key moments and people in African American history have often been neglected or trivialized in museum spaces.
The competition was fierce, but three teams were successful in convincing spectators that their service projects were worthy of $5,000 service grants from East Tennessee State University to fund projects aimed at improving the lives of people across the region.
Rural high school students already eyeing a career in medicine can get an early glimpse into the field by attending the Rural High School Medical Summer Camp hosted by East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine.
The Carter County School System will be closed for the remainder of this week because of increased illness among students, faculty and staff.