College of Arts & Sciences

Annual Events

Constitution Day

The Nolan Fowler Constitution Day Celebration commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787. Named in honor of Nolan Fowler, a retired history professor at Tennessee Tech who taught constitutional development at the university from 1962 to 1979. This planned annual event is made possible each year due to his commitment to establish the Constitution Day Celebration at Tennessee Tech. 

Stonecipher Lecture Series

The Stonecipher Lecture was created to invite leading scholars and thinkers to address the relationship between science and contemporary society. Harry Stonecipher, a 1960 Tech graduate, is the former president and chief operating officer of The Boeing Co. and worked for major industrial firms including General Motors, General Electric and McDonnell Douglas.

Winchester History Lecture Series

The Winchester Lecture Series is in its second decade. Typically held in the spring, it has featured presenters on a wide array of topics. Its sponsor, Mike Winchester, is a History Department graduate, an attorney in Knoxville, and a member of the Tennessee Tech Sports Hall of Fame.

Womack Southern History Lecture Series

The Womack Southern History Lecture series began in 2016. The sponsor, Dr. Charles Womack, former mayor of Cookeville, endowed the series in honor of his mother, a lifelong history teacher. It is held every fall, typically in early November, the time of Ms. Womack's birthday. 

Experience Tech For Yourself

Visit us to see what sets us apart.

Schedule Your Visit
Make a Gift to the College of Arts and Sciences