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At the most recent White County School Board meeting, principal Greg Wilson presented six White County High School students to the board members to spotlight the positive things they are doing in the … more
Local students have been selected to establish to Tennessee Tech’s inaugural Trailblazers class, bringing a new approach to connecting with prospective students. This new initiative brings … more
 (Nov. 2, 2021) - The influence of graduates from Tennessee Tech’s College of Education can be seen in school across the nation. In the Upper Cumberland region Tech calls home, Tech … more
(Nov. 2, 2021) -  The announcement of new electric vehicle production and battery facilities as Ford Motor Company expands in Tennessee is exciting for Tennessee Tech University researcher … more
As tnAchieves prepares to work with its 13th student cohort, the non-profit is announcing its inaugural class of tnAchieves Mentor Ambassadors. tnAchieves Mentor Ambassadors are individuals from … more
  (October 20, 2021) - The Tennessee Department of Education announced the subcommittee members of the Teacher Advisory Subcommittee, Principal Advisory Subcommittee, School System Personnel … more
Members of the Rock House Chapter DAR visited area schools and the courthouse obtaining proclamations for Constitution Week, which was held in September. Several posters were placed around town … more
Motlow Sparta’s Advisory Board is hosting its first-ever Fall Fundraiser to raise money that will benefit the many students who attend the facility of higher learning. “We always have … more
With the December 3 deadline less than two months away, tnAchieves needs an additional 5,900 volunteer mentors across the state to support TN Promise applicants from the Class of 2022. … more
 Tennessee Tech is set to promote its next College Town Weekend, with events starting Thursday, Oct. 14. College Town Weekends is a new series from Tech’s student affairs division that … more
(Oct. 8, 2021) -  Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and Commissioner of Education Penny Schwinn have invited Tennesseans to participate in the full review of the state’s education funding formula … more
(Oct. 7, 2021) -  Tennessee Tech announced it has hit a record high for its graduation rate. The Board of Trustees also approved the university’s efforts to obtain state funding for a new … more
Gov. Bill Lee has proclaimed Oct. 10-16 Earth Science Week in Tennessee, and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation,, in partnership with the American Geosciences Institute, will … more
First National Bank of Tennessee is sponsoring a fundraiser for Motlow Sparta, beginning at 5 p.m., Oct. 23, 2021, at Northfield Vineyards. Tickets are $30 each. The meal will be provided by Town … more
The following Vol State students have been named to the Summer 2021 Dean’s List. The Dean’s List recognition is awarded to students that have completed a minimum of twelve … more
Tennessee Tech has the first K-12 Computer Science Education program in the state to gain approval and enroll students.  That program has had its first completer, who passed the test and applied … more
The following book donations and monetary donations were contributed to the White County Public Library, May-August 2021. more
Tennessee Tech University officials announced that externally funded research topped $22 million, a new high for Tech researchers, and the third consecutive year for the university above $20 … more
On Sept. 22, 2021,  Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Education shared encouraging data around the state’s more than $160 million investment in academic summer … more
Tennessee Tech graduates have the highest early career pay of any public university in Tennessee, the best return on their higher ed investment, and the lowest amount of student debt, according to … more
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