TTU in the news, Oct. 5

Posted by Lori Shull - Friday, October 04 2013
lshull@tntech.edu

 

Brentwood Journal:

Sept. 18 – Hansard participants in Governor’s School

Cookeville Herald-Citizen:

Sept. 19 – Talk to TTU admissions Oct. 23

Sept. 20 – Simple sculptures on display at Craft Center

Sept. 22 – TTU hosts music, theater production; Holocaust historian to speak at TTU Tuesday; TTU’s Hauser to give trombone recital Tuesday

Sept. 23 – Issues in the Muslim World series returns to TTU Oct. 1; Furniture exhibit on display at TTU Craft Center

Sept. 24 – Maya expert coming to TTU to discuss ancient Peruvian art

Sept. 25 – Deadline Monday to enter TTU Young Artist Piano Competition

Sept. 27 – TTU students explore world’s fashion capital; Learn about agriculture at TTU Saturday; TTU’s Brass Arts Quintet welcomes new tuba player in Oct. 1 season opener

Sept. 29 – TTU performance mixes Middle Eastern, jazz music; TTU annual Bacchanal less than one month away; Afro-Latin dance, music ensemble to perform at TTU; Internationally acclaimed trumpeter to give three concerts at TTU; TTU electrical engineers seek to improve hone energy monitoring; Putnam County’s Mills selected to be TTU College of Business ambassador

Sept. 30 – Kowalczyk to give recital at TTU

Crossville Chronicle:

Sept. 17 – Constitution Day will bring attorney, Second Amendment advocate to Tennessee Tech

Sept. 24 – Dillard honored by TTU; Talk to TTU admissions at Stone Memorial

Elk Valley Times:

Sept. 18 – FHS students attend Governor’s School at Tech

Jackson County Sentinel:

Sept. 17 – Ollie Otter Program becoming successful

Lawrenceburg Democrat-Union:

Sept. 24 – Lawrence County’s Mote selected to be TTU College of Business ambassador

Lebanon Democrat:

Sept. 24 – Wilson County’s Roberts selected to be TTU College of Business ambassador

Lewis County Herald:

Sept. 26 – TTU admissions to visit LCHS

Livingston Enterprise:

Sept. 24 – Ollie helps kids stay safe

Marshall County Tribune:

Sept. 25 – Admissions representatives

Morgan County News:

Sept. 25 – Talk to TTU admissions at RSCC Harriman campus

Oak Ridger:

Sept. 20 – TTU officials visit AC, Clinton High School

Overton County News:

Sept. 17 – Ollie Otter celebrates delivering 500K high-fives

Pickett County Press:

Sept. 26 – Pickett County’s restraint use at 100 percent

Roane County News:

Sept. 20 – Admissions reps from Tenn. Tech to be at RSCC

Sevierville Mountain Press:

Sept. 25 – TTU admissions at PFHS

Sparta Expositor:

Sept. 19 – Holocaust historian to talk at TTU on Sept. 24

Sept. 23 – Furniture exhibit on display at Craft Center

Wilson Post:

Sept. 25 – Wilson County’s Roberts selected to be TTU College of Business ambassador

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