In a virtual town hall Monday morning, East Tennessee State University President Brian Noland announced the university was working on issuing housing and meal plan refunds to students, and that they would likely be moving to a pass/fail grading
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Classes have been moved online, and all activities have been canceled until April 27.
ETSU Health is bringing medical care closer to home for its patients by offering telemedicine appointments. Telemedicine is the use of electronic audio and video communication to provide remote health care services to patients.
Six students from East Tennessee State University recently learned they are finalists in the 2019 Tennessee Associated Press Broadcasters and Media Editors College Contest.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has touched almost every facet of life, including how college students continue their studies.
HHS announced an award of $1,602,541 to ETSU Physicians and Associates and Northeast Tennessee Community Health Centers, Inc.
Health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak need personal protective equipment to reduce exposure and limit spread of the disease. East Tennessee State University and community partners are addressing the shortage of medical equipment by developing and manufacturing face shields.
The Class of 2020 at East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine found out Friday where they were matched for their residencies upon their upcoming graduation.
While the birds heard singing during the daytime sleep in their nests at night, bats flutter about in the dark, taking advantage of food sources only available at that time and avoiding large daytime predators.
Three faculty members from East Tennessee State University recently received a grant to study the impact of a modified ketogenic diet on individuals with Type 2 diabetes.
East Tennessee President Brian Noland announced changes in course structure and university policies Friday “to limit the number of individuals on campus” after the end of spring break on Monday.
East Tennessee State University’s Dr. Gerardo Arceo-Gomez is taking his research on the organization of flowering plant communities a step further with the aid of a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
East Tennessee State University students representing three disciplines – business, computer science and mathematics – showcased their talent and teamwork during the first-ever National Analytics Case Competition held at Elon University last month. Their performance recently earned 2nd place out of 10 other participating schools.
Dr. Aaron Polichnowski of East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine recently received a grant from ETSU’s Research Development Committee to further his research on kidney disease and hypertension.
East Tennessee State University suspended all outgoing university-related international travel until June 15.