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.
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.
Growing up, I used to gaze at the night sky and wonder what type of lifeforms, if any, were out in the distant cosmos.
As Suicide Prevention Awareness Month arrives in September, mental health experts are hoping to continue to shed more light on the rising suicide rates in Tennessee and the region.
Research conducted by an East Tennessee State University faculty member is garnering attention for its findings related to periodontal disease in people diagnosed with diabetes.
An East Tennessee State University researcher studying new ways to treat depression has garnered federal funding to bolster those efforts.
East Tennessee State University is one of 25 institutions nationwide selected to receive a STEM education grant from DENSO, one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers of technology and components.
Health problems that largely result from poor diet and health habits – including obesity and diabetes – cost the states of Virginia and Tennessee more than $300 billion in health care costs each year.
Two East Tennessee State University doctoral students have received prestigious fellowship awards for their research efforts within the ETSU Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy.
A lot of Tennesseans probably haven’t heard much about Common Core education standards since the state adopted its own new standards in 2015.
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.
For high school students at Milligan College’s Summer Camps, it’s never too early to begin learning practical skills in engineering, nursing and computer science.
The giant hogweed plant, Heracleum mantegazzianum, is a large, invasive plant that can cause severe burns and vision loss.