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Bridgestone Director to Lead off TSU Supply Chain Executive Leadership Lecture Series March 17

Global leadership and how to develop a customer-centered focus in industry will be the topic when the Supply Chain Management program in the College of Business at Tennessee State University holds its bi-annual Executive Leadership Lecture Series March 17…


10-Day International Symposium to Pair TSU, Colombian Students in Cultural Immersion Exercises

For the second year in a roll, the Office of Diversity and International Affairs will host a weeklong symposium on global perspectives and cultural awareness, under the theme “TSU Without Borders.” The symposium, to be held on the main campus in the Research and Sponsored Programs Building March 8-17, will bring together 10 university students from Colombia…

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Ndume Olatushani turned to painting as a way to escape the tedium and depression of serving a death sentence. Now a free man living in Nashville, his paintings will be on display at TSU's Avon Williams Campus Library Feb. 28 through April 11. (courtesy photo)

From Death Row to Artist…Former Inmate Displays Artwork At Avon Williams Campus Library Feb. 28-April 11

To escape the tedium and depression of life behind bars Ndume Olatushani began painting, by turning to canvas to “live outside of prison” as a way of freeing his mind and spirit. The paintings, on display at the Tennessee State University’s Avon Williams Campus Library Feb. 28 through April 11, demonstrate the products of his incarceration…


36th Annual University-Wide Research Symposium set for March 31-April 4

Every year, Tennessee State University students present their best works of exploration, research and invention to fellow students, faculty and the community at the Annual University-Wide Research Symposium. Now in its 36th year, the symposium will take place at the University March 31 – April 4…


Waled Tayib, a senior, left, received second place award, while Daniel Henke, a junior, took first place in the undergraduate oral and poster presentation at the Emerging Research National Conference in Washington, D.C.  The students are both Electrical and Computer Engineering majors. (courtesy photo)

Two TSU Engineering Majors Capture Top Awards at National STEM Conference

Tennessee State University students continue to make their mark in science, technology, engineering and mathematics on the national scene in a big way. At the just ended 2014 Emerging Research National Conference in STEM held in Washington, D.C., two Electrical and Computer Engineering majors captured top awards for research presentations…


Affordable Care Act: TSU Joins Push to Step Up Numbers with Enrollment Fair March 1

Tennessee State University will host an Affordable Care Act Enrollment Fair on Saturday, March 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., on the main campus in Kean Hall. The fair, sponsored by the White House Initiative on HBCUs, Get Covered America and TSU, will offer participants the opportunity to speak to enrollment specialists, and ask questions regarding current healthcare issues…

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