In the news, July 8

Posted by Lori Shull - Thursday, July 07 2011
lshull@tntech.edu

Herald Citizen:

June 19 – Daniel Mainord Scholarship; TTU honored for community service by president’s honor roll

June 21 – Solstice: STEM Center hosts longest-day event

June 24 – TTU program has near-perfect retention rates

June 26 – STEM Center confirms Pardue as director

June 30 – TTU Computer Science offers workshop for high school teachers

July 3 – Governor’s School gives high school students a chance to shine: Local students named to TTU spring Dean’s List; TTU teams qualify for SE tournament

July 6 – STEM Center named NASA educational resource center

Bartlett Express:

June 18 – Benjamin Sloan participated in Governor’s School

Bledsonian Banner:

June 30 – Tuition rate increase approved

Cannon Courier:

June 21 – TTU announces Dean’s, graduation lists

June 28 – TBR OKs tuition rate hike

Carthage Courier:

June 23 – Katelyn Kelley participates in Governor’s School

CookevilleTimes.com:

June 26 – Sally Pardue confirmed as STEM director

June 29 – TTU computer science department offers workshop for high school teachers

Columbia Daily Herald:

June 19 – CA graduate awarded Tenn. Tech scholarship; Tennessee Tech University has announced Dean’s List

June 20 – Tennessee Sesquicentennial signature event

June 26 – Meredith Burgess; Brandi Duke

Courier-News:

June 19 – Kelli Marie Dew; TTU graduates from AC

Crossville Chronicle:

June 21 – TTU senior travels in nursing ministry to India; TTU grad ranks second in national competition; TTU 2+2 program near-perfect retention rates; Students build solar energy station; Students investigate civil engineering at TTU conference; TTU named as an Outstanding University by American Concrete Institute; TTU local grads are named

June 28 – Research explores bias against the long-term jobless; Small business seminars offered

Daily News-Journal

June 20 – Reburn wins award from TTU

June 25 – MTSU tuition hiked by 9.8%

Daily Post-Athenian:

June 27 – Tech Center, CSCC tuition rates go up

Dickson Herald:

June 17 – Neblett participates in Governor’s School

Dunlap Tribune:

June 30 - Volkswagen and ChattState create new degree program; Tuition rate increase approved

Fentress Courier:

June 22 – TTU announces local students on spring Dean’s List

Germantown News:

June 29 – Local students participate in Governor’s School

Greeneville Sun:

June 22 – Six graduate from TTU

Knoxville News Sentinel:

June 21 – Area students attend Governor’s School

June 29 – Tennessee Tech student honored

Leaf-Chronicle:

June 14 – Austin Peay in line for 8.8 percent tuition hike

June 27 – Ray participates in IT Leadership program; Jacks participates in IT Leadership program

Lewis County Herald:

June 30 – Holt girls receive degrees

Lexington Progress:

June 29 – TBR approves tuition rates, new compensation plans

Milan Mirror-Exchange:

June 28 – Richard Morris graduates from TTU

Moore County News:

June 30 – TTU 2+2 education program earns near-perfect retention rate

Morgan County News:

June 22 – TTU announces local students making Spring 2011 Dean’s List

Mountain Press:

June 20 – Tennessee Tech announces Dean’s List

June 27 – Tennessee Tech Dean’s List

Mt. Juliet Chronicle:

June 22 – TTU students honored

Mt. Juliet News:

June 22 – Six Wilson County residents receive awards from TTU

Oak Ridger:

June 17 – Three Anderson County residents receive awards from TTU

Overton County News:

June 21 – Area students named to spring 2011 TTU Dean’s List

June 28 – TTU hosts teaching methods conference

Pickett County Press:

June 23 – Local boys attend Tennessee American Boys State; Pickett County’s Cales wins award from TTU

Roane County News:

June 23 – Rockwood students at Boys State

July 1 – Honors continue for Roane County college students

Robertson County Times:

June 22 – Wilson receives TTU award

Shelbyville Times-Gazette:

June 28 – Tuition rising for TTCS, Motlow, MTSU

Sunday News:

June 26 – Community college tuition going up $132 per semester across state

Tennessean:

June 28 – College demands, economy collide

July 1 – Nashville college on federal list of bargains

Williamson A.M.:

June 27 – Hagenbuch gets Altech assignment

Williamson Herald:

June 23 – Venkata Rhani Amarthaluru; Rahul Mohan