In the news, Oct. 28

Posted by Lori Shull - Friday, October 28 2011
lshull@tntech.edu

 

Herald-Citizen:

Oct. 15 – TTU’s Gunter featured speaker in book festival; College Republicans work hard behind the scenes

Oct. 16 – Presidential candidate draws hundreds here

Oct. 18 – Katie Kumar named TTU Ambassador for October

Oct. 23 – TTU one of friendliest for military; Pride Days; TTU answers president’s call to serve; Two National Merit Scholars come to TTU; TTU to sponsor small business seminar

Oct. 24 – Biernacki receives TTU faculty award; Wall sculptures on display at TTU

Oct. 26 – Program graduate named interim director of TTU School of Human Ecology; Focus on Fibers at TTU’s Appalachian Center for Craft

Oct. 27 – TTU Water Center hosts OASIS workshops

Crossville Chronicle:

Oct. 11 – TTU Appalachian Center for Craft displays work of South Korean artist; TTU welcomes Joseph Rencis as dean of College of Engineering

Fentress Courier:

Oct. 19 – Free small business seminar November 1

Gather News:

Oct. 15 – Two-headed snake gives gardener shock of his life

Livingston News:

Oct. 11 – First child life program

Mountain View:

Sept. 23 – TTU receives $1.1 million NSF grant to train STEM teachers; Tennessee’s first Child Life program up and running at TTU

Noodls.com:

Oct. 20 – TTU’s Ben Mohr named an Outstanding Engineering Educator

Parade.com:

Oct. 18 – Occupy Wall Street: Too big to fail?

Sparta Expositor:

Sept. 29 – Cumberland Quintet opens 40th season with new member

Storyful.com:

Oct. 17 – GOP hopeful proposes electric border fence

Tennessean:

Oct. 18 – Man finds 2-headed snake

Oct. 19 – Franklin’s Bruning tapped for co-op assignment

Tullahoma Sunday News:

Oct. 9 – National Merit Scholar Erica Hohne at TTU

WSMV, Nashville:

Oct. 16 – Herman Cain visits Middle Tenn. Saturday

WTVF-Channel 5, Nashville:

Oct. 15 – Presidential candidate Cain visits Tennessee Tech