In the news, Oct. 19

Posted by Lori Shull - Thursday, October 18 2012
lshull@tntech.edu

 

Bledsonian Banner:

Oct. 4 – BCHS alumni named to business mentor program

Bristol Herald Courier:

Oct. 5 – Apply for Tenn. Tech 2013-2014 scholarships

Chattanooga Times Free Press:

Oct. 2 – Colleges in area make U.S. News lists

Germantown News:

Sept. 26 – Students planning to attend Tennessee Tech University

Herald-Citizen:

Oct. 7 – Ollie Otter gains national attention, receives local support; Jeans & Bling to benefit hospice, TTU nursing; TTU Percussion Ensemble makes it to music’s ‘Final Four’; Social media marketing seminar set for Thursday

Oct. 8 – TTU plans celebration to mark Oldham’s presidency

Oct. 14 – It’s all about the bowl at Cooking on the Square; TTU’s STEM Center magnifies science for young learners; Purple Pride; Bacchanal to support TTU art programs; NYC-based quartet, TTU clarinet professor to play on campus

Oct. 15 – TTU students compete for charity

Oct. 17 – Celebrate the food and fun of Oktoberfest at TTU

Lebanon Democrat:

Oct. 2 – Roberts selected to be a TTU College of Business ambassador; Huddleston selected to be a TTU College of Business Ambassador

Nashville News Examiner:

Oct. 5 – Gallatin man joins TTU student ambassadors

Oak Ridger:

Oct. 5 – Brandon Alcorn

Scott County News:

Sept. 27 – Participation in STEM grant awarded to TTU

Sparta Expositor:

Oct. 4 – Cash chosen as TTU student ambassador; Celebrate the food and fun of Oktoberfest at TTU