In the news July 22

Posted by Lori Shull - Friday, July 22 2011
lshull@tntech.edu

Herald Citizen:

July 7 – TTU conference looks at alternatives to “one size fits all”

July 8 – TTU hosts renewable energy forum

July 10 – Oakley STEM Center partners with middle school, offers programs to region; Tech names associate VP of Facilities and Business Services; Alford receives honor from TTU; Putnam’s Meredith wins award from TTU; Smith wins TTU exercise and fitness award

July 11 – TTU President Bob Bell to retire

July 17 – TTU dean: Leadership needed in nation’s debt ceiling debate

July 19 – TTU partners with DelMonaco Winery to offer Tech wines

July 21 – TTU senior participates in national leadership forum

Lite Rock 95.9:

July 9 – Focus on Independence Day with Kent Dollar, TTU history professor

Ashland City Times:

July 8 – Cheatham grad co-ops with AdTran

Bristol Herald Courier:

July 8 – Student news

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society:

May 2011 – Nowcast: The climactic effects of U.S. dams

Carthage Courier:

July 14 – Free “estate planning for small business” workshop

Chattanooga Times Free Press:

July 9 – Brown wins nursing award

Cleveland Daily Banner:

July 13 – Tech’s Bell to retire as president next July

Crossville Chronicle:

July 5 – Hawn co-ops with Goodrich Aerospace; TTU honored for community service by president’s honor roll; Governor’s School gives students a chance to shine; TTU students on Spring 2011 Dean’s List named

July 12 – TTU professor leads local tornado relief effort to Birmingham; Oakley STEM Center partners with Prescott; TTU receives $100K toward All-Steinway School Program; TTU hosts conference regarding alternatives to ‘one size fits all’ teaching methods in classroom; TTU professor leads local tornado relief effort to Birmingham

July 13 – TTU president to retire next year

Fentress Courier:

July 8 – TTU Computer Science Department offers workshop for high school teachers; Seminar – “Microsoft Word for small businesses”

July 13 – Seminar – estate planning strategies for small business

Harriman Record:

July 4 – Cost of state colleges jumps

Hartsville Vidette:

July 14 – Overton graduates from TTU

Knox News – Humphrey on the Hill blog:

July 12 – Bob Bell ends 36 years at TN Tech

Lebanon Democrat:

July 5 – Watson inducted to Beta Gamma Sigma at Tennessee Tech

Livingston Enterprise:

July 5 – Boles receives award from TTU

July 12 – TTU students design automated system; TTU Alumni partners with DelMonaco Winery; Group named Volunteer of the Year

Moore County News:

July 7 – MCHS classmates graduate from TTU

Murfreesboro Daily News Journal:

July 18 – Colleges got $1.8 million from credit card agreements

Overton County News:

July 5 – Estate planning for small business set for TTU; Students participate in President’s Academy; TTU hosts Gov’s School for IT Leadership

July 12 – Excel seminar offered to small businesses; TTU to host renewable energy forum

Portland Leader:

July 6 – Boys’ State educates students on government

Robertson County Times:

July 8 – Nine county students receive degrees

Rockwood Times:

July 4 – Cost of state colleges jumps

Scott County News:

July 7 – High school students become scientists at Governor’s School for Emerging Technologies at TTU

Shelbyville Times-Gazette:

July 13 – Tech’s Bell to retire as president

Southern Standard:

July 13 – TTU President Bell to retire

Sparta Expositor:

July 14 – TTU hosts renewable energy forum

Stewart-Houston Times:

July 5 – Tennessee regents approve tuition increases

Tennessean:

July 18 – Credit card deal benefits schools

Volunteer TV:

July 12 – Tech’s Bell to retire as president next July

Washington Examiner:

July 12 – Tech’s Bell to retire as president next July

WBIR:

July 14 – Colleges got $1.8 million from credit card agreements

Wilson Post:

July 13 – Six Wilson residents receive awards from TTU

WKRN:

July 12 – Tech’s Bell to retire as president next July

WRCB-TV:

July 12 – Tech’s Bell to retire as president next July

WSMV-TV:

July 12 – Tech’s Bell to retire as president next July 

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