The Downtown Johnson City Foundation is holding its third annual Grown & Gathered “farm-to-table” benefit dinner on Sept. 30 to promote local food and to raise funds for the downtown district’s beautification efforts.
Last week, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that students accused of sexual assault or rape will now be allowed to cross-examine their accusers at campus disciplinary hearings at public colleges and universities.
On Friday morning, there was one thing on Chris Bowers and Tim Ollis’ mind as they chatted on the street corner – where they would go if and when the John Sevier Center is sold and the residents are relocated.
On Oct. 3, the local CCL chapter and East Tennessee State University Department of Sustainability will host a screening of “Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” at 6 p.m. in ETSU’s Brown Hall auditorium. Doors open for refreshments at 5:30, and the film will be followed by a moderated panel and discussion.
The first talk in this academic year’s Leading Voices in Public Health Lecture series hosted by East Tennessee State University’s College of Public Health will take place Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 6 p.m. at the Millennium Centre in Johnson City.
Dr. Jasmine Renner, a professor in the Clemmer College at East Tennessee State University, has been named as one of eight recipients of the Ambassador’s Distinguished Scholar Award from the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia.
A study conducted by three faculty members at East Tennessee State University and featured this month in a national journal has been named the “editor’s choice” article for the publication.
The College of Business and Technology at East Tennessee State University and Eastman will present the IDEAcademy leadership development series Sept. 18-19 featuring keynote speaker Dr. Amy Cuddy, a social psychologist and New York Times best-selling author known for her TED Talk on the power of body language.
As Johnson City gets set for the first LGBTQ parade and festival of its kind in the region, organizers have been prepared for negative backlash from religious fundamentalists and from far-right organizations.
Science Hill senior Jakob Z. Cielo, son of Zinnia and Lovell Cielo, was notified on Wednesday that he has been named a 2019 National Merit Semifinalist.
This summer marked the third year of the Read to be Ready Grant program, a state initiative that provides funding to educators to lead tuition-free, literacy-focused summer camps for students in need across Tennessee.
After more than 1 million people were urged to evacuate the southern East Coast ahead of Hurricane Florence, a local social media group was reactivated Sunday to help evacuees find a place to stay.
In the years since East Tennessee State University Student Government Association President Megha Gupta moved from Nepal to the United States at age 7, she has tackled communication barriers and shyness to work toward becoming the leader she is today.
As the gubernatorial race continues between Republican Bill Lee and Democrat Karl Dean, the issue of Medicaid expansion in Tennessee remains a central point of debate between the two parties within the state legislature.
A doctoral student in East Tennessee State University’s College of Public Health recently was selected as a winner of the 2018 Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs (AEHAP) Student Research Competition.