In the News, May 25

Posted by Lori Shull - Friday, May 25 2012
lshull@tntech.edu

 

Herald Citizen:

May 13 – Students from TTU and Turkey travel to exchange business ideas, serve others; TTU recognizes top faculty for teaching and service; Tech Buddies promotes intercultural exchange during banner first year

May 20 – 10th annual integration bee math contest at TTU

May 23 – Haslam addresses Boys State delegates

May 24 – Cookeville High School student elected Boys’ State Governor

Bledsoian Banner:

May 10 – Colvard and Angel win debate awards

Carthage Courier:

May 10 – Philip Oldham expected to become the next TTU president; Tennessee Tech honors Rose with top student award

Crossville Chronicle:

May 8 – TTU’s Goad receives highest honor from state organization

May 15 – Oldham tapped to lead TTU

Fentress Courier:

May 9 - Tennessee Tech University’s favorite astronauts come home to receive honorary doctorates

Grundy County Herald:

May 17 – Spring break takes students on Caribbean mission

Herald-Chronicle:

May 15 – Spring break takes students on Caribbean mission

Inside Higher Ed:

May 23 – New Presidents or Provosts: Gordon College, Lawrence Technological U., Palm Beach Atlantic U., Peralta CC District, Tennessee Technological U., U. of South Carolina-Aiken

Lebanon Democrat:

May 8 – Wilson County’s Albert wins debate award

Moore County News:

May 17 – Spring break takes students on Caribbean mission

Morristown Citizen-Tribune:

May 16 – Buchanan wins nine debate awards

Oak Ridger:

May 16 – Student’s patent could revolutionize hospital lab tests

Overton County News:

May 8 – TBR approves Philip Oldham as TTU president; TTU launches “Cross with Care” initiative

May 15 – Craft Center gallery hosts works of Sally Crain-Jager

Roane County News:

May 7 – Kingston’s Bloom honored by alma mater

Smithville Review:

May 18 – Huling receives degree from TTU

Southern Standard:

May 6 – Mother, daughter earn diplomas together

Tullahoma News:

May 4 – Wilmore to receive doctorate

May 18 – Spring break takes students on Caribbean mission

WPLN:

May 14 – Afterschool program baits girls with art, switches to science