Real Fathers, Real Men, a seminar on the issues of fatherlessness, will take place Thursday, April 25 at the Forum located in the Floyd Payne beginning at 7 p.m. Free and open to the public, the seminar aims to educate the public on issues of fatherlessness and the effects on children and families…
TSU President, Dr. Glenda Glover says that the institution must take the lead in producing job-ready students to fill the rapidly increasing demand for qualified and well-trained individuals to occupy positions in agriculture and other high skilled areas. The President spoke Wednesday when she and state officials broke ground for a $4 million education and research facility..
With an election many are calling the most transparent in recent years, the Tennessee State University Student Government Association ushered in a team of new leaders at a ceremony held in the Amphitheater on the main campus on Friday. Supporters on all sides of the election hailed the process as being free and impartial, calling the campaign “one to be proud of.”
Tennessee State University will welcome home students from years past during the annual Alumni Weekend April 19-21 for three fun and jam-packed days of events aimed at celebrating the University and community that supports it…
On Wednesday, April 17 at 2 p.m., Tennessee State University President, Dr. Glenda Glover, will join University and state officials to break ground for a $4 million, 4,800 square-foot teaching and research facility at the Agricultural Research & Educational Center on the main campus. The project is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture through its National Institute of Food and Agriculture..
An assistant professor in the College of Engineering at Tennessee State University has received the Research Mentorship Award. Dr. Sachin Shetty, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received the award following the 35th Annual Research Symposium for serving as a mentor/advisor to the greatest number of winning student research entries….
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Motto: Think, Work, Serve Established: June 19, 1912 Type: Public, HBCU Endowment: $41.7 million Chancellor: John Morgan President: Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover Faculty: 431 Enrollment: 8775 Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States Campus: Urban, 500 acres (2 km²) Former names: Tennessee A&I State Normal School for Negroes (1912); Tennessee A&I State Normal College (1925); Tennessee A&I State University (1951); Tennessee State University (1968) Colors: Reflex Blue and White Nickname: Tigers Athletics: National Collegiate Athletic Association Affiliations: Ohio Valley Conference Web site: www.tnstate.edu Phone: 615-963-5000
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