In the news, Dec. 9

Posted by Lori Shull - Thursday, December 08 2011
lshull@tntech.edu

 

Herald-Citizen:

Nov. 27 – TTU students taking stand against bullies; Highland Rim Academy experience art at the Appalachian Center for Craft

Nov. 28 – Engineering a Future 2012 registration is now open

Nov. 29 – “Christmas Time is Here” for TTU’s Brass Arts Quintet, Park View Elementary Chorus

Dec. 1 – U2 tribute band to play Saturday at Backdoor Playhouse; TTU’s Tree; Showing off: TTU’s facilities on display for BlueCross Bowl

Dec. 4 – TTU plans environmental and sustainable studies degree; TTU takes local pork from the farm to the dining table; Nursing students promote community health

Dec. 6 – Change puts TTU students into nursing program sooner; Craft Center student’s senior glass exhibition opens tomorrow; ‘Falling Apart Together’ opens Thursday at Backdoor Playhouse

Dec. 7 – Davidson County girls explore science at TTU; TTU composer’s work premieres in New York City

Dec. 8 - LEGO tournament inspires kids; Change puts TTU students into nursing program sooner

BuffaloNews.com:

Dec. 2 – The Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble: Christmas Tubas (review)

Cookeville News:

Dec. 6 – TTU Engineers without Borders hosts bake sale to support service; Davidson County girls explore science at TTU

Crossville Chronicle:

Nov. 22 – TN Tech proves to be a popular university for Tennessee freshmen

eCollegiateNews.com:

Oct. 20 – TTU sociology professor: Occupy Wall Street protests not a fad

Fentress Courier: 

Nov. 23 – Tennessee Tech a popular university for TN freshmen

GSADay.org:

Nov. 28 – Tennessee Tech University students taking stand against bullies

Leaf-Chronicle: 

Nov. 21 – Clarksville’s two-headed snake still alive at Tennessee Tech in Cookeville

Livingston Enterprise:

Nov. 15 – Students plan vigil

Morgan County Times:

Nov. 9 – Business programs kick off Global Entrepreneurship Week; Loan program seminar set for Thursday, Nov. 17

National Public Radio:

Dec. 5 – A Carrot for College Performance: More Money

NewTennessean.com:

Oct. 11 – Sociology professor: Occupy Wall Street protests not a fad

Overton County News:

Nov. 15 – TTU students test Chevy Volt 

Politics in the San Francisco Bay Area:

Oct 20 – TTU prof: Occupy Wall Street not a fad

Scoop It:

Oct. 21 – Sociology professor: Occupy Wall Street protests not a fad 

Scott County News:

Nov. 24 – Tennessee Tech a popular univ. for Tennessee freshmen

Sparta Expositor:

Nov. 10 – Entrepreneurial Accelerators announced by state economic department

Nov. 17 – TTU nursing students plan vigil in honor of their professor

Sustainability Trends:

Nov. 30 – TTU plans environmental and sustainability studies degree

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