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Administrators from Tennessee State University accept a check from Tre Hargett (second from left) Tennessee Secretary of State to help with archiving materials in the special collections at the Brown-Daniel Library. The SNAP grant is seed money to help preserve the papers of civil rights leader Avon Williams. Accepting the grant are (L-R) Fletcher Moon, associate professor and head Reference Librarian; Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young, associate Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs; Dr. Alisha Mosley, associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; and Dr. Murle Kenerson, interim Dean of Libraries. (photo by Rick DelaHaya, TSU Media Relations)

TSU Moves to Archive 500 Linear Feet of Civil Rights Icon Avon Williams’ Papers

Administrators from Tennessee State University accept a check from Tre Hargett (second from left) Tennessee Secretary of State to help with archiving materials in the special collections at the Brown-Daniel Library. The SNAP grant is seed money to help preserve the papers of civil rights leader Avon Williams. Accepting the grant are (L-R) Fletcher Moon, associate professor and head Reference Librarian; Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young, associate Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs; Dr. Alisha Mosley, associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; and Dr. Murle Kenerson, interim Dean of Libraries. (photo by Rick DelaHaya, TSU Media Relations)
Administrators from Tennessee State University accept a check from Tre Hargett (second from left) Tennessee Secretary of State to help with archiving materials in the special collections at the Brown-Daniel Library. The SNAP grant is seed money to help preserve the papers of civil rights leader Avon Williams. Accepting the grant are (L-R) Fletcher Moon, associate professor and head Reference Librarian; Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young, associate Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs; Dr. Alisha Mosley, associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; and Dr. Murle Kenerson, interim Dean of Libraries. (photo by Rick DelaHaya, TSU Media Relations)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University’s effort to archive the work of renowned lawyer and civil rights icon, Avon N. Williams Jr., received direct support from the state today.

Accompanied by his staff, Tennessee’s Secretary of State Tre Hargett, stopped by the Brown-Daniel Library on the TSU main campus and presented what he called “seed money” for the preservation effort.

The money, a $2,500 check, was presented to Dr. Murle E. Kenerson, associate professor and interim dean of Libraries and Media Centers, during a ceremony in the Special Collections section. Associate Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs, Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young; and Dr. Alisa Mosley, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, were present for the presentation.

“What we are doing today recognizes what Sen. Avon Williams meant to this state and Tennessee State University,” said Hargett. “We want to preserve his work for not only students but people from all over who can read about his work and contribution to our nation and this world.”

Kenerson thanked the Secretary of State for the check, calling it a big help in “our effort” to identifying funding sources to carry out the work involved.

“We particularly appreciate you taking time off your busy schedule to honor us with not only this money but your presence,” Kenerson said.

He disclosed that the library was in possession of more than 500 linear feet of the late civil rights leader’s papers and collections.

“This library is archiving his papers to make sure his work remains in living form for not only our students but for generations to come,” he added.

Known for his role in the nonviolent movement, fighting against discrimination in the military, in public housing, and for school desegregation, Williams has a special tie to TSU. He represented the plaintiffs in the Grier v. Blanton case, which resulted in the merger of historically black TSU with the University of Tennessee in Nashville.

The downtown TSU campus bears his name as a mark of respect and appreciation.

In a long vocational trajectory spanning several decades, the late Tennessee state senator built up a resume that included a foreign diploma, banker, writer, and chief legal officer of the U.S. Army, a presidential appointment with oversight responsibility of all legal policy and direction of nearly 2,400 military and civilian lawyers.

Dr. Kenerson disclosed that in addition to the state funding delivered by the Secretary of State, which was the result of a grant application, the library was waiting for the outcome of another grant application to the Council on Library Information Resources.

“We have received notice that our application for $250,000 has moved up to the final stage for review,” he added.

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

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TSU Music Student’s Career Sets Sail on Smooth Jazz Cruise

Graduate student Jazmin Ghent wins “Opening Act Competition” and opens for Sirius/XM Hall of Fame concert    

 

Jazmin Ghent
Jazmin Ghent (courtesy photo)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – The musical ship for one Tennessee State University student has set sail and is on course to take her to destinations unknown where she will have the opportunity to be a positive role model for young musicians and help define jazz music for years to come.

Jazmin Ghent, a graduate student studying music education at the University, was recently the winner of the Smooth Jazz Cruise 2014 “Opening Act Competition,” beating out 22 other contestants for the right to perform on the final night of the cruise in front of a packed house, and to interact with some of her musical idols, including jazz icons Brian Culbertson, Boney James and David Sanborn.

“The experience was life changing,” said the Huntsville, Ala., native. “I was able to interact and speak with many artists who I grew up listening to and admire.  I had a lesson with Kirk Whalum, and personally interacted with Peter White, Keiko Matsui, Marcus Miller, Candy Dulfer and Mindi Abair to name a few. It is something I will never forget.”

Born in Heidleberg, Germany and raised in Huntsville, Ghent grew up around music and began taking piano lessons at the age of 5. She became the Sunday school pianist at only 8 years old and often practiced with the adult musicians and church choir members. After being introduced to the saxophone in middle school, she progressed to becoming the church pianist and saxophonist. “Once I was in high school, I discovered my passion for performing and teaching,” she said. “I also began playing professionally in the Huntsville area.”

After high school and a long list of awards including the NAACP’s ACT-SO award, she received a full scholarship to Florida State University where she majored in instrumental music education and jazz studies. After graduation, Ghent’s parents gave her the cruise on the high seas as a gift that would send her competing against other musicians vying for the top spot in an “American Idol” type competition.

“My parents had been on this cruise before and told me about the competition,” Ghent said. “I’ve always loved jazz from a very young age and thought this was a great opportunity.”

Once onboard the “Greatest Party at Sea,” Ghent had to initially compete against 22 other contestants who played everything from saxophone, piano, drums, and trumpet, as well as vocalists. She concedes that it was a bit nerve-racking the first round since the audience was voting on the 12 that would move forward, but even worse during the second round.

“Not only was the audience voting in the second round, but also jazz greats Brian Culbertson, Boney James and Marcus Miller,” she added. “My stress level was extremely high during that round because now I was playing for the very icons I had grown up listening to. The nice thing was that everyone was very supportive and encouraging.”

Ghent won the competition and the right to play the final night for the Sirius/XM Jazz Hall of Fame concert in front of more than 1,900 fans. Nervous, she spoke with Culbertson who told her to have fun and enjoy herself.

“After his encouraging words, I felt more comfortable playing and the nervousness turned into pure excitement,” she said.

After being introduced by both Culbertson and James, she belted our her rendition of “Summertime” composed by George Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess. Receiving a standing ovation, James commented that he predicts Ghent has a big future in the music business. He should know since he has four gold albums, four GRAMMY nominations, two NAACP Image Award nominations, and a Soul Train Music Award to his name, and sales totaling more than three million records.

“Wasn’t that awesome,” James told the audience. “That was very soulful. It is heartwarming to see a young person like that to get up here and play with such passion.”

Culbertson agreed with James, uttering a resounding, “Wow!”

“Jazz is not going away,” he commented. “Seeing people play like that…she is keeping it alive and that is a beautiful thing.”

Dr. Robert Elliott, head of the Music Department, agrees with both, and said that TSU has a history of producing jazz greats.

“Jazz, America’s art form, has been an important part of TSU since President Walter Davis recruited students to form the TSU Collegians,” said Elliott. “That group produced great jazz musicians such as Jimmy Blanton, who became Duke Ellington’s bass player, Hank Crawford, the music director for Ray Charles, and many others who went on to influence America’s music. Jazmin continues the record of excellence in performance that has come to be expected of TSU music students and we couldn’t be more proud of her.”

Now that the competition is over, Ghent plans to focus on completing her master’s degree at TSU, as well as continue to compose, record and perform new material.

“I would like to perform and teach on a collegiate level,” added Ghent. “I am very passionate about the future of music and the future of Jazz. I want to make sure I am a positive role model for young musicians.”

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

National Ranking Lists TSU as Affordable College for Outdoor Enthusiasts

PrintNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – For the second time in less than a week, Tennessee State University is garnering national attention and accolades as one of the top college values in the country.

According to the website, GreatValueColleges.net, TSU has been named as one of the 50 top “Great Affordable Colleges for Outdoor Enthusiasts.” The ranking features schools across the country and chosen by the website’s editors for the most affordable colleges that are ideal for students who have a passion for outdoor living.

The sources used in compiling the list include a number of articles about both the top schools for outdoor enthusiasts and the best cities for people who love nature and have active lifestyles, including Forbes Magazine’s Best Cities for the Outdoors.

Initially, a long list of hundreds of schools was compiled based on colleges located in or around top-rated cities, and schools that have stellar academic and recreation programs for outdoor sports and adventures, which could include anything from a major in Outdoor Recreation to a tournament-winning rock climbing team.

The list, according to editors, was then pared down by selecting only those that had below-average tuition rates, based on the average tuition for public schools (both in-state and out-of-state) and private schools. At the end, only 50 schools remained including TSU.

According to the website, the editors consider Nashville a great place for outdoor enthusiasts to relocate, with moderate temperatures and clean air. “The city is located on the banks of the Cumberland River and is amidst a background of rolling hills,” wrote the editors in the online report. “Tennessee State has a large Wellness and Recreation Center where students can take classes from kickboxing to dance, and a large number of athletic teams and intramural clubs for outdoor lovers to consider.”

The article goes on to mention that for the academic-minded students, the extensive agriculture and environmental sciences program offers a chance to get out in the sun and study their concentrations at either the Ashland City Agricultural Research and Extension Center or Otis L. Floyd Nursery Research Center.

Tennessee State was one of 14 colleges selected from the south region, joining two other institutions in the state, including Belmont University and the University of Memphis for the honor.

This accolade comes on the heels of Educate to Career’s national ranking of TSU as one of the top four-year schools in the nation that offers the best return on investment, ranking the University number 76 in its ETC College Rankings index.

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

Chris Osborne, Tennessee State University graduate and former Tiger track standout, recently won first place and the championship in the Above the Knee division of the Paralong Drive Nationals in Mesquite, Nev., hitting a history making 332 yard long drive. Osborne lost his left leg in a 2004 hit-and-run motorcycle accident. (courtesy photos)

TSU Alum Wins Golf Championship at Nevada ParaLong Drive Nationals

Chris Osborne, Tennessee State University graduate and former Tiger track standout, recently won first place and the championship in the Above the Knee division of the Paralong Drive Nationals in Mesquite, Nev., hitting a history making 332 yard long drive. Osborne lost his left leg in a 2004 hit-and-run motorcycle accident. (courtesy photos)
Chris Osborne, Tennessee State University graduate and former Tiger track standout, recently won first place and the championship in the Above the Knee division of the Paralong Drive Nationals in Mesquite, Nev., hitting a history making 332 yard long drive. Osborne lost his left leg in a 2004 hit-and-run motorcycle accident. (courtesy photos)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Chris Osborne is not letting anything hold him back…especially not a missing limb.

The Tennessee State University graduate and former Tiger track standout, who lost his left leg in a 2004 hit-and-run motorcycle accident, is a golf national champion.

At the recent ParaLong Drive Nationals in Mesquite, Nev., the Morristown, Tenn., native hit a history-making 332-yard to take first place and the championship in the Above the Knee Division.

“This really came as a big surprise,” said Osborne, adding that his goal was to beat his personal career best of 326 yards. “When the announcer said I had hit 332 yards I was just elated.”

Friend and fellow competitor Dean Jarvis was equally elated and proud.

“Chris put on an amazing performance,” said Jarvis, founder of the Amputee Long Drive Championship. “I appreciate his performance more than anyone else because the Above the Knee Division had not achieved at its highest level until he blasted a 332-yard rocket.“

Warm Up
Chris Osborne tees-off during the long drive competition during the ParaLong Drive Nationals in Mesquite, Nev. Osborne had 2 minutes, 45 seconds to hit six golf balls during each of the three qualifying rounds. He won the Above the Knee Division with a history-making long drive of 332 yards.

Osborne, who describes himself as a “self-taught golfer,” said his victory at the ParaLong Drive was his first win in six tournaments since 2010.

“My game is improving and I am very pleased with how I hit my long ball,” said Osborne.

A resident of Birmingham, Ala., Osborne is a 1995 graduate of TSU, and former president of the Birmingham chapter of the TSU National Alumni Association. As a track star at TSU, Osborne ran the Open 400 indoor/outdoor, the 400 huddles indoor and 55 high hurdle indoor. He also was an honor student and a scholarship athlete, who was awarded the Scholastic Achievement Award for GPA.

His tie to TSU goes deeper than his personal academic and athletics achievements at the institution. His parents, Willie Osborne (’54) and Claire Osborne (’53), are graduates of TSU.

The former news broadcaster, and now PR Director for the Alabama Red Cross, said he hopes to use his talents to help promote amputee golf and “the amazing players who have overcome great obstacles to enjoy the game.”

“Chris is not just a player. He is also an outstanding person and an ambassador for the game of golf and Long Drive,” said Jarvis, about his longtime friend.

At the recent screening in Birmingham of ‘From the Rough,’ a movie inspired by the life of Dr. Catana Starks, who became the first African-American woman to coach an all-men’s golf team at the collegiate level, Osborne said he was inspired by the effort of the TSU coach.

“About a month later I was fortunate to meet Coach Starks in person for the first time, and we had a wonderful conversation,” Osborne said. “I am so inspired by her story, and meeting her was quite a humbling experience for me.”

 

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU to Host KNOW Hunger SNAP Challenge May 29

Tyson Foods and Elanco Partner with Urban League of Middle Tennessee, TSU Cooperative Extension and Community Food Advocates to Educate Leaders on the Misconceptions of SNAP Benefits

 

KNOW-Hunger-SiteNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Area lawmakers will gain first-hand knowledge on what it’s like to try to feed a family for a week on limited resources when they take part in the SNAP Challenge Thursday, May 29 on the Tennessee State University campus.

Hosted by the TSU Cooperative Extension program, the KNOW Hunger Challenge will take place at the ‪Farrell Westbrook Complex (the Barn) from 1 until 5 p.m.

The Challenge, presented by Tyson Foods and Elanco, is an interactive event designed to increase awareness and fight food insecurity by offering education and nutritional opportunities through Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and firsthand experience with the challenge families face in a budgeted shopping experience. The Urban League of Middle Tennessee is also part of the two-year partnership initiative.

According to Tyson officials, the event is significant because millions of low-income families struggle to provide their families with nutritious meals despite benefits from SNAP, with one in five Tennesseans enrolled in the program.

“Many people can’t fathom feeding a family on $100 per week,” said Jeff Wood, Tyson Foods’ director of Community Relations. “We do this programming to help people understand what SNAP really is, and what it’s not. The experience is very eye opening for most people. Having gone through the challenge myself, I can tell you it’s life changing.”

The SNAP Challenge features teams of legislatures and other elected officials that will be given $100 each to shop for a week’s worth of food for a family of four.  Tennessee State University SNAP-ED educators, as well as hunger advocates from across Tennessee will help teams make their purchases.

The teams are charged with shopping at a local store, then return to the University where their purchases are presented to a panel of judges. The food will be judged on effective use of funds, nutritional value and culinary creativity.

Following the event, the food purchased will be donated to The Nashville Food Project.

“This nation-wide challenge has taken place across the country and serves as a reminder just how difficult it can be to buy food for a family of four when faced with limited resources,” said Rita Fleming, assistant professor of Health Education. “We will have three of our Cooperative Extension SNAP-Ed agents providing assistance on how to make healthy choices on limited funds.”

According to Fleming, the TSU Cooperative Extension program mission is to help educate and provide information to limited resource urban and rural individuals, families, small farmers, and other groups.

“We use a variety of program delivery strategies,” she added, “offering practical and useful research-based programs, resources, and publications in agriculture and natural resources, family & consumer sciences, 4-H youth development, and community resource and economic development.”

This SNAP Challenge is part of KNOW Hunger Nashville, a two-year initiative by Tyson Foods, Urban League of Middle Tennessee and area food advocates to raise awareness of food insecurity and nutrition education. The organizations will also host local health fairs, thought leadership exercises and educational opportunities. The group hosted a health fair with the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Wellness Project last November and plans to launch a website with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee later this summer that’s designed to help families stretch their food resources further.

Elanco and Tyson Foods created the half-day SNAP Challenge in the spring of 2012. Since that time, 18 groups comprised of more than 450 people have participated.

For more information, contact Fleming at 615.963.2135.

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

Longtime Educator, Scientist Named Associate Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs at TSU

Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young
Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University has appointed a new Associate Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs. She is Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young, a longtime educator, multiple-award winning scientist, and director of the Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence at the University of Central Florida.

Crumpton-Young, who will also serve as the University’s Chief Research Officer, will assist the Vice President for Academic Affairs in the development of the vision, direction, and guidance of the University’s research mission and policy formulation. Additionally, she will provide oversight for the research process, education and creative thinking, as well as promote the creation of an environment that encourages and supports leading-edge scholarly research.

An industrial engineer by training, Crumpton-Young has had a long experience as a professor, a research scientist, and a university administrator. Prior to her recent role at the University of Central Florida, where she served in several other capacities, she was the associate provost at Texas A&M University; program director in the Education and Human Resource Directorate of the National Science Foundation; and associate dean of Engineering at Mississippi State University.

A recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring, she has been the principal investigator and co-PI on many public and private grants totaling several million dollars. A prolific writer, Crumpton-Young has published and co-published several articles on engineering leadership, innovation and STEM education.

Crumpton-Young, who will also be responsible for patents, copyrights, and technology transfers at TSU, holds a Ph.D., an M.S. and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University.

She begins her new assignment on June 1.

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

University names 2,025 to Spring 2014 Dean’s List

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – A total of 2,025 students at Tennessee State University have been named to the Spring 2014 Dean’s List. The honor list names all students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.0 or higher in 12 or more semester hours taken for a letter grade during the spring semester.

TSU students on the Spring 2014 Dean’s List are listed alphabetically. Students who have opted out of publicly sharing their private information are not listed

Deans List 2014

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


A

  • Mubarak AL Khulifi Mechanical Engineering
  • Emad Abdalla Computer Science
  • Khalid Abdalla Accounting
  • Suzy Abdelfarag Social Work
  • Mohamed Abdelkhaliq Mechanical Engineering
  • Dena Abdo Biology
  • Ammarah Abdul-Raheem Psychology
  • Diyar Abdulkader Social Work
  • Aaliyah Abdullah Arts and Sciences
  • Amed Abdullah Nursing
  • Hamid Abdullah Arts and Sciences
  • Heevi Abdullah Mechanical Engineering
  • Umid Abdullah Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Zelan Abdullah Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Barin Abdullatif Social Work
  • Barvona Abellera Sociology
  • Paula Abongo Nursing
  • Ali Abudan Mechanical Engineering
  • Selahaddin Adam Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Jaron Adams Chemistry
  • Lauren Adams Architectural Engineering
  • Pierre Adams Nursing
  • Tamarrah Adams Criminal Justice
  • Leena Adas Biology
  • Ines Adawa Wandja Dental Hygiene
  • Marlene Agbidinoukoun Biology
  • Saran Ahmad Spratts Chemistry
  • Martina Aiad Dental Hygiene
  • Aliah Aiken Music
  • Chukwuebuka Ajagu Mechanical Engineering
  • Kelsea Akers Health Sciences
  • Patrick Akers Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Olatayo Akindele Biology
  • Ruth Akpan Biology
  • Ali Al Alshikh Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdullah Al Arqiah Electrical Engineering
  • Aqeelah Al Showkan Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Assem Al Yousef Electrical Engineering
  • Abdullah Al-Aklobi Mechanical Engineering
  • Khaled Al-Balhi Electrical Engineering
  • Farhan Alabdulrhman Business Administration
  • Abdulhadi Alahmed Electrical Engineering
  • Faleh Alajmi Mechanical Engineering
  • Nasser Alajmi Mechanical Engineering
  • Aqeel Alalawi Electrical Engineering
  • Saja Alalshalab Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ahmed Alamer Electrical Engineering
  • Said Alamri Mechanical Engineering
  • Turki Alamri Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdullatif Alanazi Economics and Finance
  • Sultan Alanazi Mechanical Engineering
  • Yousef Alawad Business Administration
  • Abdulwahab Alawadh Electrical Engineering
  • Mesnad Albaqawi Mechanical Engineering
  • Duaa Albarnawi Family and Consumer Science
  • Zainab Albasha Business Administration
  • Mubarak Alboainain Business Administration
  • Mohammed Albooq Business Information System
  • Abdullah Albuaijan Electrical Engineering
  • Saad Aldarwish Computer Science
  • Nawaf Aldehaim Electrical Engineering
  • Shaihan Aldosari Mechanical Engineering
  • Naser Aldosary Mechanical Engineering
  • Bandr Aldwsari Health Information Management
  • Abdulrahman Alesa Electrical Engineering
  • Ziyad Alessa Accounting
  • CheKunda Alexander Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Melonee Alexander Nursing
  • Michael Alexander Electrical Engineering
  • Abdullah Alfahd Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdulrahman Alfaraidy Architectural Engineering
  • Othman Alfawzan Business Administration
  • Talal Alfenais Electrical Engineering
  • Chanel Alford Biology
  • Abdulaziz Alghamdi Mechanical Engineering
  • Ahmad Alghamdi Computer Science
  • Ali Alghamdi Mechanical Engineering
  • Mohammed Alghamdi Mechanical Engineering
  • Nawaf Alghamdi Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdullah Alhajri Civil Engineering
  • Turki Alhajri Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdulhadi Alharbi Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdullah Alharbi Mechanical Engineering
  • Ahmed Alharbi Mechanical Engineering
  • Hussam Alharbi Electrical Engineering
  • Mazen Alharbi Business Administration
  • Moath Alharbi Electrical Engineering
  • Nasser Alharbi Mechanical Engineering
  • Turki Alharthy Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdullah Alhassani Electrical Engineering
  • Abdulelah Alhejaili Mechanical Engineering
  • Shaher Alhlis Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Waheed Alhowaiji Electrical Engineering
  • Hdeel Alhumeyid Biology
  • Dejin Ali Health Information Management
  • Salem Aljafr Civil Engineering
  • Mustafa Aljarrah Health Information Management
  • Falah Aljashaam Mechanical Engineering
  • Sarah Aljohani Dental Hygiene
  • Hadi Alkhalifah Business Administration
  • Alaa Alkhamisi Electrical Engineering
  • Cassie Allen Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Erica Allen Health Information Management
  • Jennifer Allen Nursing
  • Justin Allen Business Administration
  • La Quiche Allen Economics and Finance
  • Lashaye Allen Sociology
  • Rachel Allen Psychology
  • John Allsbrooks Nursing
  • Abdulaziz Almajnouni Criminal Justice
  • Hamdan Almakhalas Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Saleh Almakhalas Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Omar Almanea Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdulaziz Almansaki Mechanical Engineering
  • Hamad Almansor Economics and Finance
  • Samer Almansour Economics and Finance
  • Rashed Almarri Mechanical Engineering
  • Maryam Almatrood Family and Consumer Science
  • Zahra Almatrood Family and Consumer Science
  • Mustafa Almishal Business Administration
  • Moneer Almordi Mechanical Engineering
  • Meshari Almousa Mechanical Engineering
  • Abdullah Almuaweed Electrical Engineering
  • Abdullah Almutairi Computer Science
  • Mohammed Almutairi Mechanical Engineering
  • Omar Almutairi Electrical Engineering
  • Saad Almutairi Electrical Engineering
  • Saud Almutairi Mechanical Engineering
  • Hassan Alnasser Electrical Engineering
  • Raed Alnasser Family and Consumer Science
  • Saad Alnasser Economics and Finance
  • Bander Alohali Electrical Engineering
  • Faysal Alohali Economics and Finance
  • Abdulrahamn Alotaibi Mechanical Engineering
  • Fahad Alotaibi Mechanical Engineering
  • Fawaz Alotaibi Business Administration
  • Ghazi Alotaibi Accounting
  • Majed Alotaibi Electrical Engineering
  • Abdulrahman Alqahtani Accounting
  • Meshari Alqahtani Accounting
  • Mohammed Alqahtani Mechanical Engineering
  • Muflih Alqahtani Civil Engineering
  • Saad Alqahtani Business Administration
  • Suliman Alqahtani Chemistry
  • Muhannad Alqulayti Economics and Finance
  • Mubarak Alrabie Mechanical Engineering
  • Mohammed Alrageeb Mechanical Engineering
  • Majdi Alsaeedi Electrical Engineering
  • Mousa Alsafran Mechanical Engineering
  • Ibrahim Alsahil Mechanical Engineering
  • Faisal Alsaidy Civil Engineering
  • Ayed Alshammari Civil Engineering
  • Hamoud Alshammari Electrical Engineering
  • Majed Alshammari Electrical Engineering
  • Omar Saud Alsharari Electrical Engineering
  • Ali Alshehab Electrical Engineering
  • Nawaf Alsubhi Health Information Management
  • Ahmad Altaleb Business Administration
  • Faisal Altamimi Mechanical Engineering
  • Muhammad Altarrgemy Mechanical Engineering
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  • Faisal Alzahrani Mechanical Engineering
  • Saeed Alzahrani Electrical Engineering
  • Yazeed Alzamil Mechanical Engineering
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  • Zelalem Amare Dental Hygiene
  • Ilu Amin Health Sciences
  • Hunter Amonett Economics and Finance
  • Aimee Anderson Family and Consumer Science
  • Arijana Anderson Communication
  • Ashley Anderson Nursing
  • Jeremy Anderson Music
  • Phillip Anderson Agricultural Sciences
  • Tequera Anderson Business Administration
  • Marico Andrews Business Administration
  • Christina Anki Dental Hygiene
  • Ayuna Anthony Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Candace Anthony Business Administration
  • Erika Applin Criminal Justice
  • Ahing Aradini Nursing
  • Abdililah Arif Civil Engineering
  • Alexis Armstead Nursing
  • Kaelin Armstrong Psychology
  • Katherine Armstrong Accounting
  • Joseph Arnett Chemistry
  • Antonuos Asaad Undecided
  • Ibrahim Aseery Computer Science
  • Jared Asher Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Asia Ashley Social Work
  • Shehzad Ashraf Electrical Engineering
  • PaChristia Askew Communication
  • Briana Atha English
  • Chris Atkins Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Jordan Atwater English
  • Michael Austin Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Stephanie Austin Health Sciences
  • Ciera Avery Psychology
  • Jordan Avery Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Armaya Aziz Mechanical Engineering
  • Amal Azizi Accounting


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  • Julia Babin Business Administration
  • Hadar Babiry Dental Hygiene
  • Nawzad Babiry Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Jessica Bach Health Information Management
  • Alicia Bailey Communication
  • Carmil Bailey Business Information System
  • Cedric Bailey Urban Studies
  • Rudy Baity Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ebony Baker Sociology
  • Micah Baker Accounting
  • Jessica Balbin Nursing
  • Gerald Ball Sociology
  • Christin Ballard Wilson Business Administration
  • Resa Bamerni Nursing
  • Tola Bamidele Biology
  • Krystin Bandy Criminal Justice
  • Ashley Banks Health Information Management
  • Courtney Banks Social Work
  • Tiara Banks Criminal Justice
  • Chandni Bant Dental Hygiene
  • Janki Bant Business Administration
  • Saloni Bant Computer Science
  • Gregory Barksdale Arts and Sciences
  • Mohammed Barnawi Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Whitney Barner Psychology
  • Cyrus Barnes Arts and Sciences
  • Heather Barr Early Childhood Education
  • Steven Barrett Mechanical Engineering
  • Mira Barsoum Nursing
  • Monica Barsoum Accounting
  • Brandon Bartee Mechanical Engineering
  • Ayabami Bass Communication
  • Kiara Bass Business Administration
  • Quiana Bass Biology
  • Andrew Bather Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Alexandra Battle Psychology
  • Krisalaun Battle Accounting
  • Vatara Battle Nursing
  • Jon Bayliss English
  • Eyup Bazan Civil Engineering
  • Timothy Beach Computer Science
  • Tor Beaird Biology
  • Shequila Beamer Health Sciences
  • Cameshia Beard Criminal Justice
  • Maxine Beard Mechanical Engineering
  • Daquan Beck Communication
  • Shawn Beck Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Dustin Beckman History
  • Alexis Becton Communication
  • Berlinda Bedeley Nursing
  • Willow Beeker Music
  • Amanuel Befecadu Architectural Engineering
  • Ashley Behling Communication
  • Kate Belardo Interdisciplinary Studies
  • April Bell Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Iram Benavy Nursing
  • Tevry Benavy Nursing
  • Jennifer Benbow Chemistry
  • Joycelyn Bennett Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Mary Bennett Civil Engineering
  • Taylor Bennett Arts and Sciences
  • Yosief Berhane Electrical Engineering
  • Daniel Bernal Business Administration
  • Terlisa Bernard Undecided
  • Angelina Berry Mathematics
  • Aeron Bess Political Science
  • Benjamin Betty Business Administration
  • Ashli Beverly Communication
  • Anuja Bhatt Business Administration
  • Alissha Bibbs Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Delphia Bills Health Sciences
  • Ramon Binda Pasquali Non-Degree Undergraduate
  • Stephen Bines Music
  • Michael Black Health Sciences
  • Shavianna Black Biology
  • Sherrece Black Communication
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  • Kaitlyn Boggs Health Sciences
  • Deon Bolden Psychology
  • Shlena Bolton Nursing
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  • Zuheily Bonilla Business Administration
  • Jamila Bonner Psychology
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  • Omari Booker Art
  • Caleb Boone Music
  • Latriana Boone Biology
  • Ja Mah Booze Economics and Finance
  • Gena Botros Biology
  • Mariam Boules Biology
  • Samuel Boules Computer Science
  • Jaky Boulos Cardiorespiratory Care Science
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  • Dakota Bowen English
  • Justin Bowers Computer Science
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  • Kaylee Bowman Accounting
  • Antonio Boyd Psychology
  • Ryan Boyd Sociology
  • Kendra Boykin Criminal Justice
  • Cortney Boyland Music
  • Casandra Bozeman Business Information System
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  • Ernest Bradshaw Family and Consumer Science
  • Thomas Brame Jr Communication
  • Jershua Brandon-Martin Interdisciplinary Studies
  • William Bratcher Political Science
  • Laura Bremer Sociology
  • Kishauna Bridget Early Childhood Education
  • Antonio Briggs Political Science
  • Jeronica Briggs Accounting
  • John Brillhart Music
  • Charri Bronner Criminal Justice
  • Brittany Brooks Communication
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  • Kendall Brooks Economics and Finance
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  • Ad’Breona Brown Nursing
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  • Christopher Brown Accounting
  • D’Shae Brown Accounting
  • DeAdrian Brown Criminal Justice
  • Derrick Brown Art
  • Jade Brown English
  • Jayla Brown Undecided
  • Jenise Brown Communication
  • Jerrica Brown Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Kenneth Brown Criminal Justice
  • Miranda Brown Communication
  • Rachel-Rebekah Brown Criminal Justice
  • Sade-Kemi Brown Biology
  • Shanese Brown Architectural Engineering
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  • Tonisha Brown Communication
  • Viviauna Brown English
  • Lydia Browning Music
  • Nathaniel Browning Music
  • Nytevea Brownridge Accounting
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  • Monica Bryant Arts and Sciences
  • Briana Buckley Nursing
  • Jasmine Buckley Psychology
  • Paisley Buckley Criminal Justice
  • Brandy Buggs Psychology
  • George Burgess Computer Science
  • Blake Burgett Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Markell Burke Business Administration
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  • Barbara Burnett Nursing
  • Brittany Burnett Health Sciences
  • Dedrick Burnett Criminal Justice
  • Duane Burnett Psychology
  • Kathleen Burnett Economics and Finance
  • Kristen Burnett Professional Studies
  • JC De’Marko Burnett-Gordon Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Stanley Burnette Psychology
  • Nakita Burns Political Science
  • Samuel Burrell History
  • Kristopher Burris Business Information System
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  • TaCora Burton Communication
  • Taylor Burton Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ayana Butler Family and Consumer Science
  • Darrelle Butler Architectural Engineering
  • Terrance Butler Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Vershae Butler Health Sciences
  • Mazi Byrd Nursing
  • William Byrd Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Kelley C DeBaca Business Administration


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  • Rocile Cain Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • DeAndre Caldwell Psychology
  • Matthew Campbell Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Terrance Campbell Health Information Management
  • Rizson Canady Music
  • Carlita Cane Health Information Management
  • Tevin Cannon Criminal Justice
  • Jillian Cantrell Political Science
  • Glory Canups Nursing
  • Mason Caples Nursing
  • Zachary Carden Political Science
  • Raven Careathers Health Sciences
  • Brittany Carlberg Business Administration
  • Amber Carlton Early Childhood Education
  • Alvin Carney Mechanical Engineering
  • Amber Carpenter Nursing
  • Shauntia Carr Business Administration
  • Adrianne Carter Communication
  • Amarah Carter Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ashley Carter Nursing
  • O’Shay Carter Undecided
  • Porchia Carter Communication
  • Tianah Carter Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Uniqueka Causey Nursing
  • Ibrahim Caynaan Business Administration
  • Kelsey Cendroski Dental Hygiene
  • Chelse Chambers Nursing
  • Yasmeen Chandler Business Administration
  • Akamard Chansuthus Health Information Management
  • Authur Chapman Agricultural Sciences
  • Kamien Chardon Computer Science
  • Ineili Charles Communication
  • Chevez Chatman Business Administration
  • Elexis Chatman Early Childhood Education
  • Erin Chatman Psychology
  • Marea Chatman Computer Science
  • Aziah Chavers Biology
  • Eric Chism Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Sara Chrisman Biology
  • Brennan Christmon Criminal Justice
  • Collin Christmon Undecided
  • Nikehona Clacks Biology
  • Corlisia Clark Business Administration
  • Denzel Clark Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Marie Clark Psychology
  • Mikale Clark Criminal Justice
  • Porscha Clark Biology
  • Tahje Clark Political Science
  • Tiffani Clark Criminal Justice
  • Tymanisha Clark Nursing
  • Rhonda Clay Criminal Justice
  • Taylor Clayborn Music
  • Briana Claybrooks Nursing
  • Rita Claybrooks Criminal Justice
  • Dasia Clemente Communication
  • Amya Cloyd Political Science
  • Tabitha Coca Arts and Sciences
  • Jennifer Coffin Nursing
  • Taylor Cohen Health Sciences
  • Typhanee Colbert Family and Consumer Science
  • Alexis Colby Family and Consumer Science
  • Stephen Cole Architectural Engineering
  • Gregory Coleman Biology
  • Keisha Coleman Nursing
  • Kiona Coleman Psychology
  • Michael Coleman Criminal Justice
  • Adrian Collins Accounting
  • Brandi Collins Arts and Sciences
  • Kenya Collins Biology
  • Mikel Collins Psychology
  • Robert Collins Computer Science
  • Janet Combs Social Work
  • Charles Commodore Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Abby Conner Social Work
  • Danay Conner Criminal Justice
  • Patrick Connolly Biology
  • Eduardo Constantino Biology
  • Shakira Contreras Arts and Sciences
  • Cameron Cook Nursing
  • Khalil Cook Health Sciences
  • Shelby Cooksey Psychology
  • Jaime Cooper Criminal Justice
  • Jeremiah Cooper Computer Science
  • Redesha Cooper Accounting
  • Chantell Copeland Communication
  • Shanade Copeland Non-Degree Undergraduate
  • Jarvis Corder Criminal Justice
  • Heather Cothron Arts and Sciences
  • Victoria Cothron Arts and Sciences
  • Jonas Cottingham English
  • Chyna Cotton Health Sciences
  • Jared Coulter Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Tinita Coulter Family and Consumer Science
  • Tiffany Coure Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Jasmine Covington Psychology
  • Jeremey Covington Computer Science
  • Dameion Cowans Political Science
  • Courtney Cox Arts and Sciences
  • Shaquille Cragwall Computer Science
  • Monique Craig Communication
  • Chante Crawford Psychology
  • Shelby Crawford Psychology
  • John Creson Criminal Justice
  • Tamara Crockett Health Sciences
  • Adrian Croft Music
  • Angela Crone Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Jameica Crook Health Information Management
  • Kalana Croom English
  • Wilbert Cummings Communication
  • Antone Cunningham Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Charity Cunningham Nursing
  • Charles Cunningham Business Administration
  • Antony Currie Electrical Engineering
  • Claudia Curry Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Kiara Curry Psychology
  • Michael Curtis Communication
  • Victor Cutillo Health Sciences


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  • Bishnu Dahal Nursing
  • Jolie Dalton Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Clairwin Dameus Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Kennetha Daniel Biology
  • Pamella Daniel Professional Studies
  • Sierra Daniel Arts and Sciences
  • Ulecia Daniel Criminal Justice
  • Kourtney Daniels Agricultural Sciences
  • Talor Daniels Communication
  • Tyla Daniels Communication
  • Christina Dantzler Nursing
  • Amelia Dap Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ashley Davenport Health Sciences
  • Andre Davis Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Angel Davis Family and Consumer Science
  • Breya Davis Nursing
  • DeShara Davis Criminal Justice
  • Delveedra Davis Business Administration
  • Deondre Davis Music
  • DiJuana Davis Agricultural Sciences
  • Ebony Davis Social Work
  • Erica Davis Biology
  • Essence Davis English
  • I’Mani Davis Family and Consumer Science
  • Lydia Davis Political Science
  • Maya Davis Computer Science
  • Olivia Davis Arts and Sciences
  • Porsha Davis Dental Hygiene
  • Sheneka Davis Political Science
  • Stacy Davis Criminal Justice
  • Taylor Davis Health Sciences
  • Thommye Davis History
  • Jamiya Day Social Work
  • Audrey DeBerry Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Meredith DeBerry Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Roderick Deberry Biology
  • Jordan Deloach Health Sciences
  • Kierra Dennis Chemistry
  • Macy Dennis Health Sciences
  • Shantel Dennis Nursing
  • Brianna Denton Nursing
  • Rashad Derico Communication
  • Kerolus Deryas Undecided
  • Christopher DiSalvo Music
  • Chavis Dickerson Business Administration
  • Sasha Dingus Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Alexandria Dinwiddie Music
  • Modou Diouf Nursing
  • Moussa Diouf Nursing
  • Shanese Dismukes Dental Hygiene
  • Aireal Dixon Criminal Justice
  • Makia Dixon Social Work
  • Stephanie Dixon Communication
  • Twilia Dixon Undecided
  • Joshua Dobson Mechanical Engineering
  • Raven Dohuky Health Sciences
  • Lauren Domzalski Art
  • Imani Donald Health Sciences
  • Rodney Donaldson History
  • Somer Dones Nursing
  • Jenna Dorian Communication
  • Miesha Dorsey Civil Engineering
  • Kevin Dossett Political Science
  • Raven Dotson Health Sciences
  • Candice Douglas Social Work
  • Demarious Douglas Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Denishia Douglas Nursing
  • Jordon Douglas Psychology
  • Kiara Douglas Nursing
  • Tiana Douglas Biology
  • Cabalamonuwesa Dowell English
  • Jasmine Dowell Psychology
  • Britney Dozier Social Work
  • Shyniece Dozier Biology
  • Whitney Dozier Criminal Justice
  • Greta Drew Dental Hygiene
  • Kenneth Drew Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Crimson Duckett Communication
  • Princeton Duckett Arts and Sciences
  • Barbra Dudley Economics and Finance
  • Tammy Dukes Health Information Management
  • Karissa Dulay English
  • Eyonchrisshe Dumas Nursing
  • Morgan Dumas English
  • Lashunte Duncan Social Work
  • Quneshia Duncan Health Information Management
  • Ryan Duncan Electrical Engineering
  • Jennifer Duncavage Non-Degree Undergraduate
  • Waneidra Dunlap Nursing
  • Danielle Dunn Accounting
  • Heather Dunn Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Deanna Durham Nursing
  • Areej Dwikat English


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  • Brooke Earhart Criminal Justice
  • Chrishanna Edgeston Nursing
  • William Edgington Mathematics
  • Julian Edingbourgh Business Administration
  • Antoinette Edmonds Arts and Sciences
  • Kevin Edwards Biology
  • Matthew Edwards Agricultural Sciences
  • Michael Edwards Computer Science
  • Rodney Edwards Undecided
  • Christine Egedegbe Nursing
  • Nneka Egwuatu Nursing
  • Attallah Eiland Psychology
  • Mustaf Eli Business Administration
  • Sally Elia Computer Science
  • Domonique Elliott Nursing
  • Kaitlin Ellis Dental Hygiene
  • Tyler Ellis Criminal Justice
  • Julie Ellison Criminal Justice
  • Shirah Ellison Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Tanya Ellison Social Work
  • Keishuna Ely Social Work
  • Oluwatoyin Eminowa Criminal Justice
  • Shakita Enge Computer Science
  • Christy England Arts and Sciences
  • Mattia Epps Health Sciences
  • Jalysa Erskine Chemistry
  • Christina Esco Nursing
  • Fady Estany Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Micheal Estany Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Dontaveous Eubanks Criminal Justice
  • Porshia Eubanks Biology
  • Christin Evans Health Sciences
  • Kassandra Evans Health Sciences
  • Reanna Evans Accounting
  • Jessica Evans-El Foreign Languages
  • Robert Ewing Communication
  • Mari-Moriah Ezell Early Childhood Education
  • Jaime Ezernack Psychology


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  • Youstina Fadlallah Criminal Justice
  • Madonna Fahmy Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ana Carolina Faleiro Fabrin Non-Degree Undergraduate
  • Amadou Fall Chemistry
  • Alysia Falls Agricultural Sciences
  • Danielle Fane Biology
  • Merna Farag Dental Hygiene
  • Bret Farestad Political Science
  • Tiphanie Farmer Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Cherlyn Farrar Biology
  • Shironika Farrior Urban Studies
  • Tonie Farris Biology
  • Brandon Faught Criminal Justice
  • Tatyana Fayne Psychology
  • Jazlynn Fead Business Administration
  • Tianyun Fei Dental Hygiene
  • Gelila Feyisa Social Work
  • Rana Filfilan Nursing
  • Kasar Findi Health Sciences
  • Jonique Fisher Nursing
  • Temecca Fisher Arts and Sciences
  • Valencia Fisher Biology
  • Dan Fishler Electrical Engineering
  • Johnathan Fitzgerald Biology
  • Mia Fitzgerald Nursing
  • Rosalyn Fitzgerald Criminal Justice
  • Daniel Fitzpatrick Communication
  • Chasity Flagg Psychology
  • Alex Fleming Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Cierra Fleming Music
  • Destriney Fleming Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Jessie Flenorl Biology
  • Jada Flowers Political Science
  • James Floyd Mathematics
  • Alyssa Flynn Dental Hygiene
  • Kilu Fontaine-Ellis Arts and Sciences
  • Jennifer Ford Arts and Sciences
  • Xenea Ford Communication
  • Aarian Forman Business Administration
  • Mark Foster Arts and Sciences
  • Shakeira Foster Nursing
  • Kenchele Fountain Communication
  • Jacquelyn Fowler Arts and Sciences
  • Deja Fox Political Science
  • Paula Frame Nursing
  • Amber Franklin Arts and Sciences
  • Jolynn Franklin Family and Consumer Science
  • Victoria Franklin Urban Studies
  • Michael Frazier Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ashley Frederiksen Nursing
  • Isaiah Freeman Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Matthew Freemon Civil Engineering
  • Gabrielle Frelix Nursing
  • Rashaad French Economics and Finance
  • Vernon Frett Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Danielle Friends Business Information System
  • Bradley Frisbey Arts and Sciences
  • Jessica Fuller Biology
  • Shaundree Fuller Health Sciences
  • Artrisa Fulton Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Ashlyn Furkins Biology


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  • Johnecia Gaillard Mathematics
  • Briana Gaines Health Sciences
  • Jasmane Gainey Economics and Finance
  • Tomlin Gale Accounting
  • Douglas Galluzzo Political Science
  • Olivia Gamache Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ryan Gammon Criminal Justice
  • Aysha Ganaway Criminal Justice
  • Jacob Garang Business Administration
  • Celeste Garcia Nursing
  • Stephanie Gardner Political Science
  • Demetria Garner Undecided
  • Sharon Garner Arts and Sciences
  • Tara Garrett Early Childhood Education
  • Amy Garrison Agricultural Sciences
  • Deandrea Garrison Psychology
  • Deyja Garth Nursing
  • Shalonda Gatewood Health Sciences
  • William Gattis Business Administration
  • Ryan Gaumer Professional Studies
  • Romielle Gay Criminal Justice
  • Courtney Gearlds Undecided
  • Peter Gharbawy Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Marian Ghatas Dental Hygiene
  • Carla Gibbs Biology
  • Tracey Gibbs Health Sciences
  • Jasmine Gibson Nursing
  • Lateria Gibson Health Sciences
  • Adriana Gilbert Arts and Sciences
  • Jacoby Gilbert Agricultural Sciences
  • Dantavious Gilchrease Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Brandi Giles Communication
  • Joshua Giles Music
  • Tiffany Gilliam Criminal Justice
  • Sylvana Girgis Dental Hygiene
  • Annedra Gladney Biology
  • Bobby Gleghorn Mechanical Engineering
  • Christopher Goad History
  • Pamela Godboldt Business Information System
  • Jamin Godfrey Arts and Sciences
  • Teanna Goeser Music
  • Chandre Golden Health Sciences
  • Macy Golden Accounting
  • Nyani Golden-Brown Health Sciences
  • Jansen Goldtrap Political Science
  • Alex Gomez Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Christina Gomez Family and Consumer Science
  • Rosa Gomez Arts and Sciences
  • Ramon Gonzalez Mechanical Engineering
  • Jamel Gooch History
  • Marquisha Gooch Nursing
  • Kevin Goolsby Architectural Engineering
  • Ebony Gordon Arts and Sciences
  • Jasmine Gordon Psychology
  • Spencer Gordon Agricultural Sciences
  • Starr Gordon Computer Science
  • Natashe Gordon-Brown Nursing
  • Chasity Gowdy Communication
  • Jamonte Graham Undecided
  • Whitney Graham English
  • Abigail Granlund Criminal Justice
  • Jane Grant Health Sciences
  • Nichole Grant Nursing
  • Olisha Graves Biology
  • Marilyn Graw Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Aliyah Gray Business Administration
  • Derek Gray History
  • Tierra Gray Communication
  • Cedric Green History
  • Justin Green Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Parish Green Mechanical Engineering
  • Derrick Greene Music
  • Kelly Greer Communication
  • Lindsay Greer Arts and Sciences
  • Felicia Gregoire Music
  • Jada Gregory Social Work
  • Racheal Gregory Agricultural Sciences
  • Alex Griffin Criminal Justice
  • Whitney Griffin Health Sciences
  • Keidran Griggs Art
  • Whitney Griggs Health Sciences
  • James Grimes Criminal Justice
  • Salesia Grimes Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Rebekka Gross Undecided
  • Sean Grosvenor Biology
  • Karen Groves Health Information Management
  • Rachel Grubb Dental Hygiene
  • Britney Gunn Criminal Justice
  • Christopher Gurley Political Science
  • Nirmaya Gurung Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Jarron Guthrie Arts and Sciences
  • Dana Gutierrez Nursing


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  • Evon Habib Biology
  • Martha Habib Criminal Justice
  • Alexis Haddock Psychology
  • Danielle Haik Computer Science
  • Lisa Haile Criminal Justice
  • Ali Haji Business Information System
  • Hawar Haji Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ramazan Haji Dental Hygiene
  • Ramziya Haji Dental Hygiene
  • Redeer Haji Business Administration
  • Rizgar Haji Dental Hygiene
  • Vahin Haji Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Emily Hale Accounting
  • Caspian Haley Business Administration
  • Domminique Haley Nursing
  • Ashli Hall Family and Consumer Science
  • Brianna Hall Nursing
  • Eryn Hall Nursing
  • Spencor Hall Criminal Justice
  • Rick Hallbeck English
  • Kayla Hamblin Nursing
  • Cody Hamilton Nursing
  • Jameris Hannah Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Abdelrahman Hantouli Mechanical Engineering
  • Yasmeen Hardin Nursing
  • Toni Harding Family and Consumer Science
  • Darrell Hardison Criminal Justice
  • Jasmine Hardnett Communication
  • Flecia Hardy Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Phillip Hardy Business Administration
  • Lidia Hardyway Health Sciences
  • Suzannah Harner Psychology
  • Ariel Harrell Agricultural Sciences
  • Michael Harrigan Mechanical Engineering
  • Kyle Harrington Communication
  • Anterrial Harris Chemistry
  • April Harris Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Brittany Harris Social Work
  • Calvin Harris Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Candace Harris Nursing
  • Ebone Harris Nursing
  • Erin Harris Communication
  • Iesha Harris Psychology
  • Jalyn Harris Nursing
  • Joseph Harris Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Justin Harris Civil Engineering
  • Kourtney Harris Nursing
  • Shawanda Harris Business Administration
  • Skylar Harris Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Tiffanie Harris Nursing
  • Tirra Harris Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Willie Harris Communication
  • BreDaija Harrison Art
  • Chardea Harrison Health Sciences
  • Chelsea Harrison Mechanical Engineering
  • Makia Harrison Nursing
  • Mariesha Harrison Social Work
  • Andrew Hart Civil Engineering
  • Samantha Hartley Arts and Sciences
  • Olivia Harvell Health Sciences
  • Byron Harvey Arts and Sciences
  • Latoya Harze Communication
  • Nejbir Hasan Nursing
  • Yasin Hasan Biology
  • Adnan Hashi Health Information Management
  • Nma Hassan Computer Science
  • Kia Hassell Criminal Justice
  • Yazeed Hassunah Business Administration
  • Justin Hatcher Computer Science
  • Tony Haten Criminal Justice
  • Makyah Hathorn Business Administration
  • Kameo Hawkes Psychology
  • Alicia Hawkins Chemistry
  • Mark Hawkins Music
  • Rodney Hawkins Nursing
  • Carlisha Hayden Health Sciences
  • Christina Hayman Arts and Sciences
  • Ashley Haynes Psychology
  • Stephanie Head Criminal Justice
  • Mansoor Hejji Mechanical Engineering
  • Brandi Hellem Arts and Sciences
  • Junieshia Hemphill Criminal Justice
  • Aaron Henderson Electrical Engineering
  • Darrany Henderson Accounting
  • Jerome Henderson Civil Engineering
  • Taylor Henderson Nursing
  • Toure Henderson Computer Science
  • Carlice Hendrix Health Sciences
  • Christina Henke Sociology
  • Haley Henson Arts and Sciences
  • Kamilah Herbert Nursing
  • Cindy Hernandez Nursing
  • Rachel Herndon Nursing
  • Leonel Herrera Flores Biology
  • Wil Herrmuth Communication
  • Mohammed Hesen Nursing
  • Rujin Hesen Health Information Management
  • Kimberly Hess Chemistry
  • Allison Hesson Arts and Sciences
  • Kyle Hickman Nursing
  • Alexis Hicks Health Sciences
  • April Higgenbottom Health Sciences
  • Maccio Hightower Criminal Justice
  • Taylor Hightower Psychology
  • Teresa Hightower Nursing
  • Adrien Hill Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ashleigh Hill Business Administration
  • Jasmine Hill Chemistry
  • Joe Hill Economics and Finance
  • John Hill History
  • Ke Arin Hill Arts and Sciences
  • Lateasha Hill Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Mary Hill History
  • Torry Hill Criminal Justice
  • Melanie Hill-Guion Art
  • Selina Hilliard Business Administration
  • Brandon Hilton Accounting
  • Clifford Hines Agricultural Sciences
  • Tiara Hitchcock Mechanical Engineering
  • Sandra Hitchcox Arts and Sciences
  • Courtney Hix Nursing
  • Erica Hobbs Psychology
  • Lalita Hodge Urban Studies
  • Forrest Hoff Physics
  • Neshia Holden Communication
  • Bridgett Holder Arts and Sciences
  • Nicholas Holder Health Sciences
  • Leon Holderhead Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Christopher Holifield Interdisciplinary Studies
  • MarKisha Hollands-Peoples Nursing
  • Dejanae’ Holley Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Taylor Hollimon Urban Studies
  • Francis Hollywood Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Thomas Holman Mechanical Engineering
  • Mason Holmes Business Administration
  • Georgio Holston Health Information Management
  • Elijah Holt Music
  • Jerry Holt Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Dexter Hooks Business Administration
  • Rachel Hopkins Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Zuzanna Hopkins Criminal Justice
  • Holly Hord Arts and Sciences
  • Nicholas Horn Electrical Engineering
  • Christal Horne Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Ronnie Horns Social Work
  • Nicole Horton Nursing
  • Jazmin House Family and Consumer Science
  • Kelsey Houston Sociology
  • Jada Howard Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Mary Howard Social Work
  • Michelle Howard Health Sciences
  • Tony Howse Criminal Justice
  • Kevin Huang Computer Science
  • Sterling Hubbard Psychology
  • Carmen Hudson Health Sciences
  • Jovian Hudson Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Kelly Huff Criminal Justice
  • Caroline Huffines Agricultural Sciences
  • Amber Hughes Communication
  • Kiana Hughes Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Lorne Hulan Civil Engineering
  • Joshua Hulsey Family and Consumer Science
  • Latandria Humphrey Hopkins Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Latrice Hunt Psychology
  • Lauren Hunt Criminal Justice
  • Rico Hunt Criminal Justice
  • Mikayla Hunter Criminal Justice
  • Paris Hunter Nursing
  • Omed Hussein Civil Engineering
  • Amy Hussey Accounting
  • Mariama Hutson Undecided
  • Rachel Hutton Health Sciences
  • Alexis Hyland Health Sciences
  • Austin Hylick Mechanical Engineering
  • Carletta Hylick Political Science


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  • Christina Ibrahim Health Sciences
  • Henna Ibrahim Dental Hygiene
  • Magina Ibrahim Business Information System
  • Merna Ibrahim Health Information Management
  • Ebholo Ijieh Electrical Engineering
  • Teresa Illobre Biology
  • Courtney Ingram Nursing
  • Da Ne Irvin Agricultural Sciences
  • Christopher Isabell Business Information System
  • Diyar Ismail Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Rasan Ismail Nursing
  • Nahom Iyob Chemistry


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  • Elaine Jackman Africana Studies
  • Anthony Jackson Political Science
  • Barbara Jackson Business Administration
  • Brittany Jackson Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Danyell Jackson Business Administration
  • Denisha Jackson Psychology
  • Dinsdale Jackson Criminal Justice
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  • Ivana Page Aeronautical and Industrial Te
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  • Amber Rainge Undecided
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  • India Smith Undecided
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  • Shelby Starnes Nursing
  • Jasmine Staten Communication
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  • Lauren Stevens Criminal Justice
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  • Alexandria Stewart Health Sciences
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  • Quincene Stirgus Nursing
  • Katie Stokes Nursing
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  • Sheila Storey Nursing
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  • Jasmine Strange Nursing
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  • Ashanti Stringer Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Devin Strong Criminal Justice
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  • Justin Sueing Business Administration
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  • Jesseca Swanagan Nursing
  • Chasidy Swann Social Work
  • James Swann Nursing
  • Taylor Swayzer Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Leah Symonette Agricultural Sciences


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  • Olivia Takla Family and Consumer Science
  • Peter Takla Criminal Justice
  • Alexia Talley Biology
  • Renard Talley Economics and Finance
  • Ronald Talley Economics and Finance
  • Tina Talley Psychology
  • Marina Tanious Criminal Justice
  • Nezar Tashkandi Health Sciences
  • Ryan Tasker Communication
  • Damien Tate Music
  • Henry Tate Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Mashelle Tate Nursing
  • Merveen Tawadrous Early Childhood Education
  • Amro Tayeb Computer Science
  • Ada Taylor Criminal Justice
  • Ayanna Taylor Nursing
  • Cami Taylor Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • DeAnna Taylor Art
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New National Rankings Show TSU Education “Best for Your Buck” When it Comes to Career Outcome

ETC-Rankings-Logo-MediumNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – When it comes to educational attainment with a good career outcome, Tennessee State is certainly the place to be.

For the second year straight, the University has been listed as one of the top four-year schools in the nation that offers the best return on investment.

Educate to Career, a national non-profit that helps high school students and parents make informed, objective college and career planning decisions, has ranked TSU No. 76 in its ETC College Rankings Index.

No other Tennessee four-year institution ranked in the top 100 of the more than 1,200 schools on the list compiled by ETC, which describes its rankings as an effort to deliver on the promise of the federal government’s College Scorecard by providing “actual college outcomes data.”

According to the ETC, the Index analyzes the quality of students when they enter a given college, the total costs related to attending the college, and the outcomes of the students when they enter the labor market. The rankings results are determined by which schools did the best job of improving the earnings and attainment of quality employment of their students.

The Index empirically determines the economic value added by each of the over 1,200 colleges ranked within our system,” said Michael R. Havis, founder of Educate to Career. “We calculate the improvement in earnings and employability of persons who attended specific colleges, relative to persons who are similarly situated in other colleges.”

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranked first on the list.

“Not so surprisingly,” Havis concluded, “local public colleges tend to offer the best value in a college education based on our criteria.”

Last year, the College Database, a free, non-commercial website that provides future and post-secondary students and their families with “accurate and valuable” college and career-related information, gave TSU a top ranking among colleges and universities in Tennessee with tuition rates below $20,000.

Saying that the University offers the best return on financial investment when compared to other post-secondary institutions in the state, the CD also said that TSU graduates enter the workforce at an even higher earning average of $42,000 per year, the best among all the other Tennessee institutions.

If these reports are any indication, then TSU is fulfilling its mission to graduate job-ready students, University officials say.

“I can assure you that Tennessee State University is in the forefront of providing job-ready students who are capable to compete for the best jobs anywhere in the world,” TSU President Glenda Glover said during a groundbreaking ceremony on campus last year.

She challenged potential employers to look to TSU to supply graduates who are ready for the job market.

In May of the same year, and immediately after the President’s pronouncement, the institution reported that among its core program offerings were preparations for four of the nation’s top 11 “Best Jobs” as reported in the U.S. News 100 Best Jobs of 2013. These jobs – registered nurse, physical therapist, dental hygienist and occupational therapist – the report showed, “offer a mosaic of employment opportunity, good salary, manageable-work-life balance, and job security.”

Karon Uzzell-Baggett, director of the TSU Career Development Center, upon hearing of the ETC ranking for the University, described it as “truly well deserved.”

“This is all a result of our continuing efforts to work with faulty, staff and the administration to prepare students and new alumni to succeed in the global workforce,” Uzzell-Baggett said.  “We appreciate the partnerships of dedicated employers who have been with us for years and welcome new partners interested in diverse talent.”

Touting the reliability of its listing, ETC referred to the College Ranking Index as a compilation of facts, to be used as benchmarking data when selecting a college and major. It added that the same data are used by thousands of college career centers and career planners, higher education advocacy organizations, student loan servicers, corporate recruiters, and more than 4,800 employers.

“Young people are entitled to reliable facts upon which to make informed decisions regarding college selection,” Havis said. “ETC is interested in real-world outcomes for college graduates – based on their majors and the colleges that they graduated from.”

 

 

 

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About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

16 TSU Students Take in the Beautiful European Summer During a Study Abroad Program in Germany

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Some of the Tennessee State University students on a study-abroad program in Germany, take in the sites in Berlin on a bright summer day. (Courtesy Photo)


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (
TSU News Service) – It is summer, classes are over, ….or so you would think. For16 Tennessee State University students, classes just started, but this time, with a mixture of academics, culture and fun in a faraway land. Read the account of their amazing experience, courtesy of TSU Sports Information.

BERLIN – Classes started early Wednesday morning, May 14, for the 16 students attending Tennessee State’s study abroad program in Germany. Among the topics covered was the history of the Berlin Wall, which also happened to be the first destination on the morning’s itinerary.

“The purpose of the trip is to learn about German history and culture,” Associate Dean of Liberal Arts, Dr. Joel Dark, said. “But it is also intended to help the students think about their own identity in the world.”

The group of TSU scholars and representatives boarded a train headed toward Alexander Plaza at the nearby station, and then took the subway to reach what was left of the Wall.

Dr. Dark filled the crowd in with further insight on the construction and eventual destruction of the barrier, before taking the class toward the Capitol Building.

After seeing the Capitol and grabbing lunch, the contingent rode out beyond Berlin to one of its suburbs to see a concentration camp, Sachsenhausen, firsthand.

It seemed everything in Germany was new and different, and it all had a unique story to tell.

“All of the buildings and churches are really pretty,” TSU women’s golfer Natalie Spicer said. “You can see the history just by walking past. I am so excited to see more, take a lot of pictures and learn about the German way of living.”

Outside of the new sights, a handful of students had to rely on their senses of taste and feeling when they ate at the famous Dark Bar on Tuesday night. The restaurant was pitch black to where diners could not even see the food being served to them.

“At first I was skeptical and scared about eating without seeing, but I eventually got the hang of using your fingers to feel around for the utensils. Also, being able to talk to our group while dining helped calm me down,” Spicer said.

Classes will continue on Thursday and the delegation will visit Humboldt University and see the Brandenburg Gate.

Germany Update Day 1: From Nashville to Newark

NEWARK, N.J. – After leaving the Nashville airport at 4 a.m. for a 6 o’clock flight, the 29 Tennessee State representatives arrived in Newark to await their connecting flight to Berlin, Germany.

The small passenger plane, which barely had enough room to fit the traveling party, touched down at 9 a.m., but not before giving passengers glimpses of the Statue of Liberty and MetLife Stadium. The group then went to eat at the airport food court as they waited to board another plane for their final destination in eight hours.

In the meantime, students and administrators played games, slept and read to kill some time before the nine-hour flight.

This page will serve as an update for the athletic department’s study abroad trip to Europe. Be sure to check back for updates every couple of days including pictures of many historical landmarks.

 

 

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About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU Engineering Students Take Part in Annual Air Force Design Competition

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A team of engineering students from Tennessee State University representing the fields of mechanical design, electrical and computer engineering, and computer science joined 15 other universities and three service academies at Arnold Air Force Base recently for the annual Air Force Research Laboratory Collegiate and Service Academy Engineering Design Competition. This year’s challenge centered on a problem routinely faced by Air Force pararescuemen and other military units — lifting up of heavy armored vehicles to rescue fellow soldiers pinned or trapped inside, similar to the vehicle pictured. (courtesy photo)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – A team of engineering students from Tennessee State University joined 15 other universities and three service academies at Arnold Air Force Base recently to find a solution to a problem routinely encountered by members of the military…designing a portable one-man heavy lifting device capable of lifting 45,000 pounds.

The teams came together April 14-17 at Arnold Engineering Development Complex in middle Tennessee for the annual Air Force Research Laboratory Collegiate and Service Academy Engineering Design Competition. TSU fielded a 12-person team and joined forces with Prairie View A&M University. Students represented the fields of mechanical design, electrical and computer engineering, and computer science.

Now in its third year, the competition revolves around a single engineering challenge aimed at fostering innovative and creative solutions. This year’s challenge centered on a problem routinely faced by U.S. Air Force pararescuemen and other military units. The weight of armored vehicles and frequent encounters with improvised explosive devices or damage from combat operations occasionally require these up-armored vehicles be lifted to rescue fellow soldiers pinned or trapped inside. These heavy lift devices are also routinely used in rescue operations of collapsed structures or downed aircraft.

The challenge this year was to design a lifting device that was portable, lightweight, and could lift a structure, aircraft or armored vehicles at least 24 inches high that would effectively lift a 45,000-pound vehicle sufficient to retrieve trapped personnel.

“The current constraint is the inability to make kits available in small enough volume and weight factor,” said Dr. Fenghui Yao, professor of Computer Science and the team’s leader. “A successful rescue is a controlled operation that is immediately deployed to prevent crushing or further damage to equipment and personnel. Our mindset was to ‘lift an inch, shore an inch’ for stability of lifting the heavy load.”

Devon Parker, a senior Air Force mechanical engineer at AEDC, was the host and manager for the national competition on behalf of the Air Force Research Laboratory. In addition to managing the competition, he provided regular feedback to the design teams throughout the academic year during design reviews. While this was designed principally to ensure the teams fully understood the problem, it also allowed him to ensure the trial phase conducted at AEDC could safely accommodate all of the various design entries during demonstration.

“The challenge was a 40,000-pound bulldozer resting on an deep incline deep within the Tennessee Guard Volunteer Training Site,” said Parker. “The competition and the teams were supported by a number of experienced Air Force pararescuemen from around the country – who performed work under the load for the student teams, as instructed by the respective student team leader.”

The team from Tennessee State University developed and designed two solutions to the problem. According to Yao, the first solution was entered and competition along with the solution provided by the Prairie View students. Both were able to execute the required lifting task successfully.

Ultimately, the team from Auburn University delivered a design solution that met the objective while also achieving significant progress in many of the additional design constraints. Their solution consisted of a mixed air bag system, built of Kevlar and Vectran in their own laboratory.

Regardless of their performance on the field trial, there were portions of each entry that offered further opportunity for creative development. There were mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and hybrid solutions developed and demonstrated, said Parker.

“Engineering designs and team creativity were all put to the test,” he said. “Regardless of individual results, every team came away with a more profound understanding of why it is essential that engineers leave their office desks and get their hands dirty when working on a problem.”

Even though the joint TSU/Prairie View A&M team did not win the competition, it provided valuable design experience for the students.

“It is this type of first-hand experience that enables engineers to fully comprehend the scope of any problem,” said Yao. “It allows them to work more effectively as part of any product development or problem solving team.”

Dr. Landon Onyebueke, professor of Mechanical Engineering; and Dr. Saleh Zein-Sabatto, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, assisted Yao and the Challenge team.

 

 

 

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.