In the News, June 8

Posted by Lori Shull - Thursday, June 07 2012
lshull@tntech.edu

 

Herald Citizen:

May 27 – High school musicians develop performance skills at TTU; Oakley STEM Center offers teacher workshops geared for state learning standards in math and science; Clay Hixson receives posthumous TBR Excellence Award; TTU receives First to the Top awards for professional development for teachers; Three Putnam County students win debate awards with TTU speech and debate; The Southeast Chamber Music Institute performs the Summer Evenings of Chamber Music

May 31 – State’s first lady in Cookeville

June 3 – Focus on fine craft: Students end school year with Craft Center trip; Quidditch in Cookeville? TTU now has team for game that grew from popular novels

June 5 – “The Academy” back at Bonnaroo festival

Lebanon Democrat:

May 22 – TTU student excels in FFA on national level

Mt. Juliet Chronicle:

May 23 – MJ astronaut Wilmore gets honorary doctorate from TTU

Overton County News:

May 29 – Southeast Chamber Music Institute ongoing at TTU; Pearl vessels on display at Craft Center; Summer workshops set for Craft Center

Rudaw-English:

June 2 – KRG’s Lobby in America: Success or Failure? (history professor Michael Gunter quoted as expert)

Williamson Journal of Spring Hill:

May 30 – Locals graduate from Tennessee Tech

Wilson Post:

May 30 – TTU student excels in FFA on national level