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Tennessee Expands Early College Math Program Statewide
07-16-2013

A highly successful, cutting-edge high school math intervention program piloted in Chattanooga will be expanded to serve students statewide, according to an announcement by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and Tennessee Board of Regents.

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Vol State Celebrates First Vet Tech Graduates
05-20-2013

Graduation day at Volunteer State Community College also marked the first graduating class for the Veterinary Technology program at the college.

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May 10 Pellissippi State graduates began college as high-schoolers
05-14-2013

As graduates crossed the stage May 10 at Pellissippi State Community College’s Commencement ceremony, some of them began classes at the college while they were still high school students.

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Plenty of Picking at the VSCC Sumner Bluegrass Jamboree
03-25-2013

The second annual Sumner County Bluegrass Jamboree is coming to Volunteer State Community College on Saturday, April 13, and everyone is invited to enjoy the free competitions and concerts.

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Walters State Educator Named 2013 Apple Distinguished Educator
03-12-2013

Kevin Fowler, an educational technologist at Walters State, is one of 30 individuals in the United States to be named a 2013 Apple Distinguished Educator in higher education.

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Hands-on Science Fun for Kids and Parents at Vol State April 4
03-07-2013

The Volunteer State Community College Science and Math Expo explores the “Human Element” this year with a full-size “Operation Man” and Lego engineering. It’s the 12th year for the annual event, which brings in hundreds of kids and parents to explore science.

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Southwest Tennessee Community College’s Team Races for the Cure
01-31-2013

Southwest Tennesee Community College fielded a team of 46 people in the 2012 Race for the Cure® Team, most of them wearing pink.

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Pellissippi State hosts visiting Russian professionals
01-29-2013

A delegation of 13 visitors from Russia joined Toni McDaniel’s history class last month at Pellissippi State Community College as part of the U.S. Congress' Open World Program and Friendship Force International Knoxville chapter.

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Northeast State continues to move forward on Downtown Centre
01-29-2013

Northeast State Community College has announced that Shaw & Shanks Architects are nearing completion of design work for Downtown Centre renovations in Johnson City. Once plans are finalized, the College will issue bids for construction.

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Columbia State’s First Farmers Performance Series welcomes Jesse Cook
01-29-2013

Jesse Cook lights up the Cherry Theater stage on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. with flamenco and jazz fusion guitar music as Columbia State Community College welcomes the next performance in the 2012-2013 First Farmer’s Performance Series. Cook is famous for blending his world of musical influences, creating a hybrid and blended performance that is traditional and edgy.

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