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University names 2,033 to Fall 2013 Dean’s List

deans listNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service)A total of 2,033 students at Tennessee State University have been named to the Fall 2013 Dean’s List. The honor list names of 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 Fall 2013 Dean’s List are listed alphabetically. Students who have opted out of publicly sharing their private information are not listed.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Mubarak AL Khulifi
  • Omar Ababtain
  • Emad Abdalla
  • Mohamed Abdelkhaliq
  • Reham Abdillahi
  • Dena Abdo
  • Ammarah Abdul-Raheem
  • Diyar Abdulkader
  • Aaliyah Abdullah
  • Zelan Abdullah
  • Barin Abdullatif
  • Abebe Abebe
  • Barvona Abellera
  • Eric Abrams
  • Abdullah Abriq
  • Lauren Achtien
  • Selahaddin Adam
  • Jaron Adams
  • Jonathan Adams
  • Lauren Adams
  • Pierre Adams
  • Tamarrah Adams
  • Leena Adas
  • Ines Adawa Wandja
  • Alexis Adkins
  • Angela Adkins
  • Jonathan Adkins
  • Marlene Agbidinoukoun
  • BeShaunn Agee
  • Uchenna Aguocha
  • Saran Ahmad Spratts
  • Martina Aiad
  • Aliah Aiken
  • Youstina Aiyad
  • Kelsea Akers
  • Patrick Akers
  • Olatayo Akindele
  • Frederick Akins
  • Ruth Akpan
  • Mohammed Al Marri
  • Ali Al Rabeh
  • Mahdi Al Shokan
  • Aqeelah Al Showkan
  • Abbas Al-Humaidi
  • Farhan Alabdulrhman
  • Abdulhadi Alahmed
  • Aqeel Alalawi
  • Ahmed Alamer
  • Said Alamri
  • Saleh Alamri
  • Turki Alamri
  • Abdullatif Alanazi
  • Sultan Alanazi
  • Abdullah Alanezi
  • Duaa Albarnawi
  • Zainab Albasha
  • Abdullah Albuaijan
  • Saleh Aldossary
  • Ziyad Alessa
  • CheKunda Alexander
  • Micah Alexander
  • Michael Alexander
  • Travon Alexander
  • Hisham Alfawzan
  • Mohammed Alghamdi
  • Ali Alhassar
  • Abdulelah Alhejaili
  • Hamad Abdullah Alhumeyid
  • Dejin Ali
  • Mustafa Aljarrah
  • Fadhel Alkhater
  • Allysha Allen
  • Erica Allen
  • Jennifer Allen
  • Keyerra Allen
  • Rachel Allen
  • Rebekah Allen
  • Shearer Allen
  • Tia Alley
  • John Allsbrooks
  • Hamdan Almakhalas
  • Salman Almalki
  • Luay Almamury
  • Hamad Almansor
  • Samer Almansour
  • Abdullah Almutairi
  • Saud Almutairi
  • Albara Alnassar
  • Faysal Alohali
  • Ghazi Alotaibi
  • Destini Alphabet
  • Hassan Alqahtani
  • Muflih Alqahtani
  • Sauod Alrashedi
  • Abdulrahman Alsalmi
  • Ayed Alshammari
  • Ali Alshehab
  • Ahmad Altaleb
  • Hatem Altaleb
  • Rayan Alzogaibi
  • Naif Alzuhayri
  • Zelalem Amare
  • Hunter Amonett
  • Aimee Anderson
  • Anthony Anderson
  • Arijana Anderson
  • Ashley Anderson
  • Ashley Anderson
  • Briana Anderson
  • Deborah Anderson
  • Kenji Anderson
  • Nakisha Anderson
  • Phillip Anderson
  • Tequera Anderson
  • Ariana Andrade
  • Jacquise Andrews
  • Marico Andrews
  • Nenah Anglin
  • Christina Anki
  • Ayuna Anthony
  • Candace Anthony
  • Erika Applin
  • Ahing Aradini
  • Melissa Araujo
  • Abdililah Arif
  • Mahnaz Armakan
  • Alexis Armstead
  • Kyla Arroyo
  • Antonuos Asaad
  • Mykyla Ashby
  • Jared Asher
  • Asia Ashley
  • Shehzad Ashraf
  • Briana Atha
  • Michael Attalla
  • Michael Austin
  • Stephanie Austin
  • Jordan Avery
  • Chinazor Azubike
  • Hadar Babiry
  • Nawzad Babiry
  • Jessica Bach
  • Genilia Badio
  • Carmil Bailey
  • Cedric Bailey
  • Jamecia Bailey
  • Preston Bailey
  • Tyeshia Bailey
  • Ali Baker
  • Lauren Baker
  • Micah Baker
  • Jessica Balbin
  • Jose Balbin
  • Jessica Balfour
  • Gerald Ball
  • Michael Ball
  • Rikora Ballard
  • Tola Bamidele
  • Krystin Bandy
  • Ashley Banks
  • Morgan Banks
  • Tiara Banks
  • Chandni Bant
  • Janki Bant
  • Mohammed Barnawi
  • Whitney Barner
  • Brittney Barnes
  • Cekell Barnes
  • Cyrus Barnes
  • Tysheka Barnett
  • Demetra Barr
  • Heather Barr
  • Breyuna Bartee
  • Rozlyn Barton
  • Aaliyah Bass
  • Ayabami Bass
  • Quiana Bass
  • Justice Batchelor
  • Krisalaun Battle
  • Jon Bayliss
  • Azeb Bayssie
  • Eyup Bazan
  • Shequila Beamer
  • Christopher Bean
  • Cameshia Beard
  • Ciera Beard
  • Maxine Beard
  • Diamond Beatty
  • Daquan Beck
  • Dustin Beckman
  • Alexis Becton
  • Berlinda Bedeley
  • April Bell
  • Iram Benavy
  • Tevry Benavy
  • Jennifer Benbow
  • Kendra Benion
  • Joycelyn Bennett
  • Monteaka Bennett
  • Taylor Bennett
  • Mariah Benning
  • Daniel Bernal
  • Angelina Berry
  • Idaisha Berry
  • Aeron Bess
  • Brittiany Betts
  • Benjamin Betty
  • Anuja Bhatt
  • Jeremy Bilbrey
  • Ramon Binda Pasquali
  • Stephen Bines
  • Valencia Bins
  • Kelsee Black
  • Mia Black
  • Michael Black
  • Allencia Blackburn
  • Ashley Blair
  • Jerred Blair
  • Ayanna Blake
  • Janet Blakemore
  • Brea Bledsoe
  • Jershawn Blockton
  • Kaitlyn Boggs
  • Deon Bolden
  • Shlena Bolton
  • Alan Bond
  • Zuheily Bonilla
  • Jamila Bonner
  • Kimani Bonner
  • Omari Booker
  • Latriana Boone
  • Youstina Botros
  • Mary Botrous
  • Mariam Boules
  • Samuel Boules
  • Jaky Boulos
  • Yassmine Bousseksou
  • Dakota Bowen
  • Shaundrea Bowen
  • Cortlyn Bowers
  • Gabriel Bowers
  • Justin Bowers
  • Ciarra Bowman
  • Kaylee Bowman
  • Antonio Boyd
  • Theresa Boyles
  • Deven Brackens
  • Ernest Bradshaw
  • Thomas Brame Jr
  • Cortney Bramlett
  • Tyra Braunskill
  • Laura Bremer
  • Brianna Brewer
  • Antonio Briggs
  • Gerald Brisco
  • Tairyn Broadnax
  • Charri Bronner
  • Brittany Brooks
  • George Brooks
  • Jacqueline Brooks
  • Maya Brooks
  • Shaquay Brooks
  • Aaron Brown
  • Ad’Breona Brown
  • Alexis Brown
  • Alice Brown
  • Ayana Brown
  • D’Shae Brown
  • Derrick Brown
  • Eric Brown
  • Geoffrey Brown
  • Miranda Brown
  • Phillip Brown
  • Rachel-Rebekah Brown
  • Sade-Kemi Brown
  • Shanese Brown
  • Lydia Browning
  • Nathaniel Browning
  • Nytevea Brownridge
  • Demetrius Buck
  • Briana Buckley
  • Jasmine Buckley
  • Paisley Buckley
  • Lenice Buckmon
  • Jasmine Buford
  • Brandy Buggs
  • Asha Buntyn
  • George Burgess
  • Lindsey Burgess
  • Blake Burgett
  • Markell Burke
  • Rhyan Burks
  • Thadijah Burks
  • Brittany Burnett
  • Kathleen Burnett
  • Kristen Burnett
  • JC De’Marko Burnett-Gordon
  • Stanley Burnette
  • Lamontika Burns
  • Nakita Burns
  • JaLyn Burr
  • Samuel Burrell
  • Kristopher Burris
  • John Burrow
  • TaCora Burton
  • Ashley Butler
  • Jamil Butler
  • Vershae Butler
  • Mazi Byrd
  • William Byrd
  • Kelley C DeBaca
  • Cassandra Cage
  • Rocile Cain
  • DeAndre Caldwell
  • Janese Caldwell
  • Zhaquay Caldwell
  • Tyela Calhoun
  • Kendra Campbell
  • Matthew Campbell
  • Narshika Campbell
  • Terrance Campbell
  • Rizson Canady
  • Carlita Cane
  • Jillian Cantrell
  • Zachary Carden
  • Raven Careathers
  • Brittany Carlberg
  • Amber Carlton
  • Jamal Carnahan
  • Angelique Carney
  • Amber Carpenter
  • Oswaldo Carpio
  • Shauntia Carr
  • Charles Carroll
  • Nina Carroll
  • Angel Carter
  • Ashley Carter
  • Cameron Carter
  • Spondenny Carter
  • Tianah Carter
  • Archie Cathey
  • Ibrahim Caynaan
  • Kelsey Cendroski
  • Chelse Chambers
  • Myra Chandler
  • Ryan Chandler
  • Akamard Chansuthus
  • Kamien Chardon
  • Ineili Charles
  • Chevez Chatman
  • Elexis Chatman
  • Erin Chatman
  • Marea Chatman
  • Aziah Chavers
  • Sara Chrisman
  • Collin Christmon
  • Breanna Clark
  • Brittany Clark
  • Cale Clark
  • Marie Clark
  • Mikale Clark
  • Porscha Clark
  • Tahje Clark
  • Tymanisha Clark
  • Taylor Clayborn
  • Briana Claybrooks
  • Rita Claybrooks
  • Courtney Clayton
  • Dasia Clemente
  • Amya Cloyd
  • TiAnna Coats
  • Kai-L Cobb
  • Tabitha Coca
  • Jennifer Coffin
  • Torri Cofield
  • Brian Cohen
  • Taylor Cohen
  • Typhanee Colbert
  • Amy Cole
  • Deborah Cole
  • Jessika Cole
  • Stephen Cole
  • Cherrelle Coleman
  • Gregory Coleman
  • Joshua Coleman
  • Keisha Coleman
  • Kiona Coleman
  • Michael Coleman
  • Teranesha Coleman
  • Austin Coles
  • Adrian Collins
  • Brandi Collins
  • Kristian Collins
  • Mikel Collins
  • Robert Collins
  • Steele Collins-Johnson
  • Jerrica Colvin
  • Janet Combs
  • Charles Commodore
  • Abby Conner
  • David Conner
  • Jilah Conner
  • Eduardo Constantino
  • Shakira Contreras
  • Jasmin Conway
  • Cameron Cook
  • Shelby Cooksey
  • Britney Cooper
  • Jaime Cooper
  • Jeremiah Cooper
  • Kali Cooper
  • Chantell Copeland
  • Latoia Cosby
  • Heather Cothron
  • Victoria Cothron
  • Jared Coulter
  • Thomas Couts
  • Jasmine Covington
  • Courtney Cox
  • Montrel Cox
  • Shaquille Cragwall
  • Elijah Craig
  • Chante Crawford
  • Jade Crawford
  • Anita Crawley
  • Lamont Crawley
  • John Creson
  • London Crofton
  • Angela Crone
  • Jameica Crook
  • Kalana Croom
  • Taniesha Crump
  • Wilbert Cummings
  • Casie Cunningham
  • Charity Cunningham
  • Charles Cunningham
  • Shannon Curll
  • Kiara Curry
  • Mario Curry
  • LaRon Curtis
  • Michael Curtis
  • Rodrick Curtis
  • Victor Cutillo
  • Taria Daigle
  • Cliffion Daigs
  • Imani Dale
  • Jolie Dalton
  • Cinnamon Daniel
  • Joash Daniel
  • Kennetha Daniel
  • Pamella Daniel
  • Sierra Daniel
  • Ulecia Daniel
  • Kourtney Daniels
  • Talor Daniels
  • Tyla Daniels
  • Christina Dantzler
  • Amelia Dap
  • Timothy Darrah
  • Ashley Davenport
  • Megan Davenport
  • Ebony Davidson
  • Andre Davis
  • DeShara Davis
  • Delveedra Davis
  • Demetrice Davis
  • DiJuana Davis
  • Erica Davis
  • Essence Davis
  • George Davis
  • Joshua Davis
  • Lydia Davis
  • Olivia Davis
  • Taylor Davis
  • Thommye Davis
  • Trevelle Davis
  • Victoria Davis
  • William Davis
  • Xavier Davis
  • Jamiya Day
  • Erica De La Cruz
  • Amy Dean
  • Audrey Deberry
  • Meredith Deberry
  • Ciera Decker
  • Kierra Dennis
  • Macy Dennis
  • Rachel Dennis
  • Rashad Derico
  • Jasmine Dial
  • Amber Dickerson
  • Chavis Dickerson
  • X’Zaveon Dickerson
  • Alexandria Dinwiddie
  • Modou Diouf
  • Moussa Diouf
  • Shanese Dismukes
  • Jessica Dix
  • Ashley Dixon
  • Makia Dixon
  • Stephanie Dixon
  • Autumn Doles
  • Lauren Domzalski
  • Imani Donald
  • Crystal Donaldson
  • Rodney Donaldson
  • Quannyce Donelson
  • Somer Dones
  • Jenna Dorian
  • Dylan Dorman
  • Chelsea Dorris
  • Miesha Dorsey
  • Morgan Dorsey
  • Raven Dotson
  • Altavis Douglas
  • Demarious Douglas
  • NaToya Douglas
  • Tamara Douglas
  • Tiana Douglas
  • Michael Douglass
  • Kristi Dowden
  • Eric Doxy
  • Britney Dozier
  • Shyniece Dozier
  • Whitney Dozier
  • Greta Drew
  • Kenneth Drew
  • Blake Drummond
  • Crimson Duckett
  • Princeton Duckett
  • Barbra Dudley
  • Karissa Dulay
  • Eyonchrisshe Dumas
  • Monica Dumas
  • Rocquell Duncan
  • Ryan Duncan
  • Danielle Dunn
  • Heather Dunn
  • Brooke Earhart
  • Michael Eason
  • Laura Eddings
  • Elizabeth Edge
  • Julian Edingbourgh
  • Antoinette Edmonds
  • Kadeem Edwards
  • Kevin Edwards
  • Kyla Edwards
  • Michael Edwards
  • Rodney Edwards
  • Christine Egedegbe
  • Marcina Egedegbe
  • Ohiochioya Eidon
  • Mariah Eldeen
  • Dalia Elia
  • Sally Elia
  • Domonique Elliott
  • Kaitlin Ellis
  • Tyler Ellis
  • Julie Ellison
  • Shirah Ellison
  • Keishuna Ely
  • Oluwatoyin Eminowa
  • Shakita Enge
  • Marvis Epperson
  • Mattia Epps
  • Jalysa Erskine
  • Sherissa Ervin
  • Willie Eshe
  • Micheal Estany
  • Porshia Eubanks
  • Kassandra Evans
  • Morgan Everett
  • Mari-Moriah Ezell
  • Jaime Ezernack
  • Youstina Fadlallah
  • Madonna Fahmy
  • Amadou Fall
  • Diarra Fall
  • Alysia Falls
  • Danielle Fane
  • Bret Farestad
  • Courtney Farmer
  • Tiphanie Farmer
  • Cherlyn Farrar
  • Brandon Faught
  • Paige Ferguson
  • Esmeralda Figueroa
  • Andrea Filliben
  • Kasar Findi
  • Desmond Fisher
  • Jonique Fisher
  • Valencia Fisher
  • Dan Fishler
  • Maggie Fitts
  • Rosalyn Fitzgerald
  • Jeremy Flagg
  • Daniel Flanigan
  • Alexandrea Fleming
  • Brandon Fleming
  • Cierra Fleming
  • Destriney Fleming
  • Jada Flowers
  • James Floyd
  • Alexis Fom
  • Kilu Fontaine-Ellis
  • Brighton Fontenot
  • Amanda Ford
  • Jennifer Ford
  • Xenea Ford
  • Venus Forsythe
  • Jaden Foster
  • Jania Foster
  • Jordan Foster
  • Kristin Foster
  • Kenchele Fountain
  • Salina Fountain
  • Jacquelyn Fowler
  • Deja Fox
  • Jolynn Franklin
  • Victoria Franklin
  • Amanda Freels
  • Erin Freeman
  • Isaiah Freeman
  • Jasmin Freeman
  • Kiarra Freeman
  • Matthew Freemon
  • Desmond Frelix
  • Rashaad French
  • Vernon Frett
  • Bradley Frisbey
  • Thomas Frost
  • Jessica Fuller
  • Shaundree Fuller
  • Ashlyn Furkins
  • Deven Fussell
  • Christopher Gabriel
  • Johnecia Gaillard
  • Briana Gaines
  • Donavon Gaines
  • Jasmane Gainey
  • Jordan Gaither
  • Markeisha Gales
  • Douglas Galluzzo
  • Lulav Galnasky
  • Esther Gamble
  • Ryan Gammon
  • Aysha Ganaway
  • Jacob Garang
  • Jaime Garcia
  • Breauna Gardner
  • Stephanie Gardner
  • Sharon Garner
  • Shava Garrett
  • Tara Garrett
  • Amy Garrison
  • Deandrea Garrison
  • Deyja Garth
  • Keith Gatewood
  • Ryan Gaumer
  • Courtney Gearlds
  • Peter Gharbawy
  • Marian Ghatas
  • Nicole Ghilardi
  • Carla Gibbs
  • Tracey Gibbs
  • Brandi Giles
  • Joshua Giles
  • Candice Gilliam
  • Marlesia Gilliland
  • Jadea Gipson
  • Sylvana Girgis
  • Malcolm Givens
  • Samuel Givens
  • Annedra Gladney
  • Bobby Gleghorn
  • Christopher Goad
  • Pamela Godboldt
  • Teanna Goeser
  • John-William Goines
  • Chandre Golden
  • Macy Golden
  • Stephanie Golden
  • Nyani Golden-Brown
  • Jansen Goldtrap
  • Alex Gomez
  • Ramon Gonzalez
  • Jamel Gooch
  • Tiaerra Goodine
  • Kevin Goolsby
  • Ebony Gordon
  • Kristina Gordon
  • Nia Gordon
  • Natashe Gordon-Brown
  • Dreshun Govan
  • Jamal Govan
  • Chasity Gowdy
  • Alexandria Grace
  • Rachel Gracy
  • Theresa Graham
  • Whitney Graham
  • Abigail Granlund
  • Jane Grant
  • Nichole Grant
  • Micheal Graves
  • Aliyah Gray
  • Derek Gray
  • Mikaela Gray
  • Ransom Gray
  • Breauna Green
  • Jordan Green
  • Justin Green
  • Marquell Green
  • Derrick Greene
  • Kelly Greer
  • Lindsay Greer
  • Jada Gregory
  • Kinsey Gregory
  • Alex Griffin
  • Amanda Griffin
  • Whitney Griffin
  • Kayla Griggs
  • CaShonna Grimes
  • James Grimes
  • Rebekka Gross
  • Rachel Grubb
  • Courtney Gudger
  • Erica Guest
  • Shantivia Guinn
  • Britney Gunn
  • Christopher Gurley
  • Nirmaya Gurung
  • Martha Habib
  • Alexis Haddock
  • Destiny Hadley
  • Rae Hafez
  • Lisa Haile
  • Ali Haji
  • Hawar Haji
  • Vahin Haji
  • Emily Hale
  • Janice Hales
  • Caspian Haley
  • Megan Haley
  • Naomi Halkis
  • Brianna Hall
  • Darion Hall
  • Drew Hall
  • Spencor Hall
  • Rick Hallbeck
  • Shannda Hamer
  • DeAndre Hammon
  • Kaneisha Hancock
  • Ambia Handule
  • Keyaira Hanes
  • Raven Hanks
  • Jameris Hannah
  • Delaina Hardges
  • George Hardimon
  • Toni Harding
  • Darrell Hardison
  • Flecia Hardy
  • Keenan Hardy
  • Lidia Hardyway
  • Melanie Harmon
  • Suzannah Harner
  • Destiny Harper
  • Ariel Harrell
  • Michael Harrigan
  • Kyle Harrington
  • Abbie-Gail Harris
  • Alexis Harris
  • Amanda Harris
  • April Harris
  • Calvin Harris
  • Candace Harris
  • Chasity Harris
  • Consuela Harris
  • Erin Harris
  • Iesha Harris
  • Joseph Harris
  • Justin Harris
  • Kenneth Harris
  • Shawanda Harris
  • Skylar Harris
  • Terence Harris
  • BreDaija Harrison
  • Chardea Harrison
  • Chelsea Harrison
  • Keiosha Harrison
  • Makia Harrison
  • Andrew Hart
  • Ashley Hart
  • Samantha Hartley
  • Meagan Hartmann
  • Olivia Harvell
  • Tamika Harvey
  • Nejbir Hasan
  • Yasin Hasan
  • Adnan Hashi
  • Brandon Haskins
  • Abdullah Hassan
  • Bahja Hassan
  • Nma Hassan
  • Kia Hassell
  • Tony Haten
  • Amanda Hawkins
  • Rodney Hawkins
  • Shambrea Hawkins
  • Ashley Hayes
  • Carla Hayes
  • Emily Hayes
  • Joshua Hayes
  • Laura Hayes
  • Christina Hayman
  • Ashley Haynes
  • Charles Haynes
  • Tiara Haynes
  • Brandi Hellem
  • Benjamin Hemphill
  • Aaron Henderson
  • Darrany Henderson
  • Taylor Henderson
  • Eula Hendricks
  • Christopher Henes
  • Daniel Henke
  • Alyxandria Henry
  • Karita Henry
  • Haley Henson
  • Kamilah Herbert
  • Joshua Herbison
  • Chantal Hernandez
  • Cindy Hernandez
  • Rachel Herndon
  • Leonel Herrera Flores
  • Mohammed Hesen
  • Ariana Heslup
  • Kimberly Hess
  • Jacen Hessey
  • Allison Hesson
  • Darian Hester
  • Kyle Hickman
  • Alexis Hicks
  • Christian Hicks
  • April Higgenbottom
  • Maccio Hightower
  • Taylor Hightower
  • Tracey Hightower
  • Adrien Hill
  • Ashleigh Hill
  • Danielle Hill
  • Gerald Hill
  • Joe Hill
  • John Hill
  • Kearin Hill
  • Lateasha Hill
  • Mary Hill
  • Torry Hill
  • Melanie Hill-Guion
  • Selina Hilliard
  • Noor Hindiyeh
  • Clifford Hines
  • Dustin Hines
  • Osafa Hippolyte
  • Tiara Hitchcock
  • Sandra Hitchcox
  • Courtney Hix
  • Forrest Hoff
  • Bambata Hogue
  • Neshia Holden
  • Bridgett Holder
  • Leon Holderhead
  • Desiree Holiday
  • Christopher Holifield
  • Dalton Holland
  • MarKisha Hollands-Peoples
  • Dejanae’ Holley
  • Trisha Hollowell
  • Francis Hollywood
  • Thomas Holman
  • Breanna Holt
  • Elijah Holt
  • Jerry Holt
  • Dexter Hooks
  • Ronald Hopson
  • Ellenor Hord
  • Holly Hord
  • Nicholas Horn
  • Christal Horne
  • Kelsey Houston
  • Jada Howard
  • Mary Howard
  • Michelle Howard
  • Vivian Howard
  • Latrice Howard-Allen
  • Katherine Howe
  • Tony Howse
  • Kevin Huang
  • Justice Hubbard
  • Sterling Hubbard
  • Alisha Hudson
  • Jovian Hudson
  • Torsha Hudson
  • Kelly Huff
  • Caroline Huffines
  • Amber Hughes
  • Kiana Hughes
  • Marisa Hugley Clark
  • Lorne Hulan
  • Marlecea Hulett
  • Latandria Humphrey Hopkins
  • Lauren Hunt
  • Mikayla Hunter
  • Omed Hussein
  • Amy Hussey
  • Omesha Hutcherson
  • Kanita Hutchinson
  • Cynetra Hutchison
  • Mariama Hutson
  • Rachel Hutton
  • Alexis Hyland
  • Carletta Hylick
  • Jessica IMafidon
  • Christina Ibrahim
  • Deyar Ibrahim
  • Henna Ibrahim
  • Magina Ibrahim
  • Merna Ibrahim
  • Ebholo Ijieh
  • Teresa Illobre
  • Courtney Ingram
  • Antonio Irizarry Lopez
  • Katelyn Isbell
  • Monica Ishak
  • Rasan Ismail
  • Veman Ismail
  • Zeryan Ismail
  • Nadires Issa
  • Nahom Iyob
  • Anthony Jackson
  • Ashontae Jackson
  • Ce’Dra Jackson
  • De’onte Jackson
  • Denisha Jackson
  • Dinsdale Jackson
  • Driona Jackson
  • Fanisha Jackson
  • Freddie Jackson
  • Jared Jackson
  • JorDyne’ Jackson
  • Kevin Jackson
  • Malcolm Jackson
  • Nathan Jackson
  • Rickey Jackson
  • Sheneka Jackson
  • Megan Jamar
  • Ayonna James
  • Beonca James
  • Courtney James
  • Denille James
  • Jasmine James
  • Jamal Jarrett
  • Justus Jarvis
  • Breia Jefferson
  • Fralisia Jefferson
  • Sean Jenkins
  • Steven Jenkins
  • Margaret Jennings
  • Treat Jennings
  • Shari Jent
  • Sarah Jewell
  • Anna Jno-Finn
  • Michael Johnson Jr
  • Brandon Johnson
  • Brian Johnson
  • Bruce Johnson
  • Danny Johnson
  • David Johnson
  • Devonte Johnson
  • Donnie Johnson
  • Jasmine Johnson
  • Jewel Johnson
  • Keatric Johnson
  • Kenya Johnson
  • Keshae Johnson
  • Kimaria Johnson
  • Kirstin Johnson
  • Kristin Johnson
  • Marrine Johnson
  • Nataliia Johnson
  • Rishara Johnson
  • Shari Johnson
  • Talessya Johnson
  • Tiffany Johnson
  • Trafawn Johnson
  • Tya Johnson
  • Adrienne Joiner
  • Alicia Jones
  • Aric Jones
  • Ashley Jones
  • Brandi Jones
  • DeMaricus Jones
  • Deandre Jones
  • Deatra Jones
  • Jaleah Jones
  • Jamilah Jones
  • Jazmine Jones
  • Jessica Jones
  • KaBrea Jones
  • Kamden Jones
  • Kelsey Jones
  • Maya Jones
  • Renita Jones
  • Shawneis Jones
  • Thomas Jones
  • Tiffany Jones
  • Asja Jordan
  • Felicia Jordan
  • Joshua Jordan
  • Carissa Josaphat
  • Anthony Joshua
  • Cierra Joshua
  • True Kaddatz
  • Zachariah Karshenas-Najafa
  • Dustin Karstedt
  • Isabella Kearney
  • Kristy Keeble
  • Mary Keel
  • Hailey Keith
  • Rahkiyah Kelley
  • Terence Kelley
  • David Kellman
  • Georgesha’ Kelly
  • Jerilyn Kelly
  • Briana Kemp
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Federal Ag Official Lauds TSU’s Role in Nation’s Agricultural Research, Education and Outreach

Krysta Harden, deputy secretary of Agriculture, addresses members of The College of Agriculture Human and Natural Sciences and other stakeholders during her one-day visit to the University. (Photo by John Cross, TSU Media Relations)
Krysta Harden, deputy secretary of Agriculture, addresses members of The College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences, and other stakeholders during her one-day visit to the University. (Photo by John Cross, TSU Media Relations)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University is playing a major role in agricultural research, education and outreach in the nation, a senior U.S. federal government official said in Nashville Tuesday.

Krysta Harden, deputy secretary of Agriculture, in remarks before farmers, USDA and state agency representatives, as well as TSU students and faculty, said the University “is really committed” to educating young people about the importance of agriculture not only as a discipline but as a viable career option.

“We have a very hungry world, and it is going to get hungrier and bigger,” Harden said. “As such, we need wonderful institutions like TSU to provide the education and research, and folks like the residents of Tennessee to be able to produce more food.”

The Deputy Secretary, who spoke during a one-day visit at TSU, also met with senior University officials, including President Dr. Glenda Glover, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Mark Hardy; and Dr. Chandra Reddy, dean of the College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Resources.

Speaking to reporters, Harden described the partnership between TSU and the U.S. Department of Agriculture as “very rewarding and meaningful.” Although she joined the Department only few years ago, she said she is well aware of the relationship between the two.

“Our relationship with TSU goes far back not only in the areas of education, outreach and research, but in infrastructure that supports our mission and that of the University,” Harden said. “We thank you for this partnership.”

Highlighting the Deputy Secretary’s visit was a tour of the new 25,000 square-foot, $8 million USDA-funded state-of-the-art Agricultural Biotechnology Research Building on the University’s main campus. The building, expected to be dedicated in April, will provide laboratory space for more than 10 new Ph.D.-level scientists, research rooms for graduate students, and high-efficiency HVAC systems and laboratories.

“We see this as a remarkable investment in the future of this institution and its students,” Harden said during the tour, accompanied by Dean Reddy and officials of CAHNS.

Earlier in a meeting with other stakeholders including the Tennessee Commissioner of Agriculture, Julius Johnson, Extension workers and faculty of CAHNS, the Secretary announced that negotiations are almost complete on a long-overdue Farm Bill that will set new spending levels for some farming and agricultural priorities.

“Due to progress made so far, I am increasingly optimistic that a workable and effective Farm Bill will be approved by Congress in the very near future,” said Harden. “Passage of the bill will finally help bring some certainty to producers, their lenders, and others.”

In a presentation prior to the Secretary’s remarks, Dean Reddy thanked the USDA for its support and the continuing partnership between the federal agency and TSU. He pointed to the “sustained” growth in his college, including $55 million in research, 1,100 students, among them 150 paid graduate students, and an Extension program that serves 47 counties, up from 12 in 2007.

“Our research efforts have also expanded significantly,” Reddy said. “We have grown to about 100 faculty, 250 employees, and more than 1,000 students, while undergraduate enrollment has doubled in agriculture and allied fields, and the graduate enrollment in agriculture has increased seven-fold.”

He said the visit of Secretary Harden was a significant achievement for TSU.

“In addition to Secretary Harden, to have on our campus the Commissioner of Agriculture, the Farm Bureau representatives, different farm service organizations, and all the heads of USDA state agencies, including the Natural Resource Conservation Services; the Farm Service Agency, and the Rural Development Agency, at the same time is very significant,” the Dean said. “And for the Secretary to see first hand what we are doing, and talk to our students, faculty and staff, really helps and serves as an encouragement for all of us, and we are very thankful.”

Secretary Harden’s visit culminated with a luncheon with University officials, and federal and state agriculture officials, in the President’s Dining Area in Kean Hall.

 

 

 

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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.

“DREAMGIRLS” Comes to Tennessee State University Jan. 23-Feb. 2

Dreamgirls PosterNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – The Broadway musical DREAMGIRLS makes its debut January 23 through February 2 at Tennessee State University, and tells the story of a make-believe, all-female group that makes it big in the 1960s and 1970s while facing the triumphs and tribulations that come with fame.

Presented by the Circle Players in collaboration with Tennessee State University, the play will take place at the Cox-Lewis Theatre in the Performing Arts Center.

Performances take place Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., with Sunday matinees on January 26 and February 2 at 3 p.m. A Saturday matinee takes place February 1 at 3 p.m.

Dreamgirls takes audience members to a time when rhythm and blues blended with other styles of popular music creating a new American sound…a time when music lovers were screaming at Elvis and listening to the Beatles, but were dancing to the new beat of countless groups like The Supremes, The Marvelettes, The Shirelles and The Temtations. Dreamgirls doesn’t just focus on singing, dancing and performing, but also the behind-the-scenes reality of the entertainment industry…the business part of show business that made possible this cultural phenomenon.

Dreamgirls has a memorable score that features R&B flavored songs, many of which may be familiar to audiences, especially the title song, Dreamgirls, and the powerful solo And I am Tellin’ You. The music, singing and choreography of Steppin to the Bad Side will have audiences tapping and clapping along.

The music direction is by Dianna Poe, former TSU Choir Director and voice instructor, and director of the Nashville Symphony MLK Celebration Choir. Choreography is by Ashley Danielle and Tim Larson, and also serves as production manager.

Ticket prices are $18 for adults, $15 for students and seniors 60 and older. Special discount tickets are available for $11 on Thursday, Jan. 30. Group rates are available for 10 or more by calling 615.332.7529 or boxoffice@circleplayers.net.

TSU student tickets are $5 and $10 for faculty and staff. Ticket discounts are available in person with campus ID at the Performing Arts Center box office prior to any performance.

For more information, call 615.332.7529.

 

 

 

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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.

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Agriculture to Visit Tennessee State University Jan. 21

Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Krysta Harden
Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Krysta Harden

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – The United States Deputy Secretary of Agriculture, Krysta Harden, will visit TSU on Tuesday, Jan. 21, during which she will meet with senior University officials, tour on-going USDA-funded projects, as well as hold talks with the dean, faculty and students in the College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences.

According to a CAHNS release, representatives from several state and federal USDA agencies, including Tennessee Commissioner of Agriculture, Julius Johnson, and Tennessee Farm Bureau President, Lacy Upchurch are expected to accompany Harden.

As part of her visit, the Deputy Secretary will participate in a meet-and-greet with students, faculty, and stakeholders in the Ferrell-Westbrook Complex, and tour the new 25,000 square-foot state-of-the-art Agricultural Biotechnology Research Building in the College, the release said.

The visit will begin at 10:15 a.m., with a “Welcome and Introductions” reception in the Dean’s Conference Room in the College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences, followed by tour of the new research building, and the meet-and-greet and stakeholders’ meeting. See agenda below.

10:15 – 10:30 Welcome & Introductions (Dean’s Conference Room)

10:30 – 10:55 Tour of new Agricultural Biotechnology Research Building

11:00 – 11:30 Meet & Greet with students, stakeholders, and faculty (Ferrell-Westbrook Complex/Barn Auditorium)

11:45 – 12:15 Lunch & Conversation in President’s Dining Area

The Deputy Secretary’s visit Tuesday coincides with the kick-off of several activities in the college including the “Third Tuesday TSU Field Days and Educational Workshops,” featuring presentations, seminars, demonstrations, field visits, and hands-on activities from scientists, extension agents, and other helpful authorities on subjects related to food and agriculture.

The inaugural program on “Insect Control in the Field and the Home” will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Room 118 of the Farrell-Westbrook Complex.

An organic strawberry workshop, “Developing the Logistics for Producing Human Pathogens-Free Organic Strawberries in the State of Tennessee,” sponsored by Wal-Mart, Tennessee State University and the University of Arkansas, will take place simultaneously from 8:30 a.m. – noon in the Agricultural Industrial Technology Center Auditorium on the main campus.

 

 

 

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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 Ag College to Begin “Third Tuesday” Workshop Series on Food, Agriculture

Pest ManagementNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University’s College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences and the Cooperative Extension Program have announced a new series of informative workshops to be held on the third Tuesday of each month.

Called the “Third Tuesday TSU Field Days and Educational Workshops,” the series will feature presentations, seminars, demonstrations, field visits, and hands-on activities from scientists, extension agents, and other helpful authorities on subjects related to food and agriculture.

The inaugural program on “Insect Control in the Field and the Home” will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 21 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Room 118 of the Farrell-Westbrook Complex on the main campus.

Below are the schedule and titles for the remainder of 2014:

Feb. 18           “Pruning and Care for Fruit Trees and Small Fruits”

March 18       “Local Foods and Gardening Basics”

April 15          “Hive Splitting for Beekeepers”

May 20           “Goat Production and Local Meat Producers”

June 17          “On-farm or At-home Biodiesel Production”

Aug. 19           “Fall Vegetable Production Using High Tunnel Greenhouses”

Sept. 16          “Turf Establishment and Maintenance”

Oct. 21                “Eating for Wellness”

The times and locations for future workshops are to be announced prior to each session. However, all Third Tuesday TSU Field Days and Educational Workshops will be held at one of the following locations: Room 118 Farrell-Westbrook Complex (main campus), Nashville AREC (1521 Ed Temple Blvd., Nashville, TN), or the Ashland City AREC (3101 River Rd., Ashland City, TN).

Due to the Thanksgiving and winter holidays, no workshops will be held in November or December.

A $10 registration fee, including lunch, is required for each workshop. To register or request more information, please contact Dr. Jason de Koff at (615) 963-4929 or jdekoff@tnstate.edu, or go to www.tnstate.edu/agriculture.

 

 

 

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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.

Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover Joins Pinnacle Financial Partners Board

BIO_Cropped_NewNcopyWebDr.-Glenda-Glover-NASHVILLE, Tenn.Pinnacle Financial Partners announced recently that Tennessee State University President Glenda Baskin Glover, Ph.D., JD, CPA has been elected to its board.

She joins 12 other prominent business and community leaders who serve as Pinnacle directors.

“Glenda has a breadth of corporate experience, and her educational background in business, law and accounting makes her an extraordinarily valuable addition to our board,” said M. Terry Turner, Pinnacle’s president and chief executive officer. “We are extremely pleased to welcome her as a director and know that her experience will serve Pinnacle and our shareholders well.”

Dr. Glover is a certified public accountant, an attorney, and is one of two African American women to hold the Ph.D./CPA/JD combination in the nation.

She has served as TSU’s president since January 2013. Dr. Glover previously was the Dean of the College of Business at Jackson State University in Jackson, Miss., where she led the College of Business throughout the accreditation process and spearheaded the implementation of the nation’s only Ph.D. in Business at a historically black college and university.

Her other previous roles include serving as chairperson of the Department of Accounting at Howard University, chief financial officer of an engineering firm, tax manager at a major public utility company and accountant with a Big-Four CPA firm.

Dr. Glover has been a corporate board member of three other publicly traded corporations: Citigroup-Student Loan Corporation, American Learning Corporation and First Guaranty Bancshares. She served as either chair of the audit committee or as a financial expert on each board.

Dr. Glover is the author of more than 100 articles and papers and is regarded as one of the nation’s experts on corporate governance. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Tennessee State University, pursued an MBA at Clark Atlanta University and completed her doctorate in business from George Washington University. She later completed her law degree from Georgetown University.

 

 

 

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

President Glover Addresses Faculty, Staff at Spring Institute

The University held its annual Spring Faculty-Staff Institute Jan. 9 when TSU President Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover (Center) shared her vision for the new semester and highlighted accomplishments from her first year in office. Also speaking at the institute were Dr. Veronica Oates (Left) Faculty Senate Chairperson, and Yvonne Sanders (Right) Staff Senate Chairperson. (Photo by John Cross, TSU Media Relations)
The University held its annual Spring Faculty-Staff Institute Jan. 9 when TSU President Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover (Center) shared her vision for the new semester and highlighted accomplishments from her first year in office. Also speaking at the institute were Dr. Veronica Oates (Left) Faculty Senate Chairperson, and Yvonne Sanders (Right) Staff Senate Chairperson. (Photo by John Cross, TSU Media Relations)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – In an address punctuated by numerous applauses from faculty and staff, Tennessee State University President Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover shared her vision for the new semester today and highlighted accomplishments from her first year in office.

“It is an honor to serve the institution that gave me my start and I want to express my gratitude to each one of you for your support over the past year,” Dr. Glover told members of the University during the Faculty and Staff Institute to begin the spring semester.

Glover, who assumed the TSU presidency January 2013, highlighted the University successes from the past year by revisiting her five-point vision of Student Progress and Customer Service, Fund Raising and Partnerships, Diversity and Inclusion, Shared Governance and Community Outreach that she announced when she first took office.

While there were notable successes in each of the areas, she said, they continue to be a strategic blueprint for planning, overall growth and development of TSU.

“Our purpose at this University is educating, graduating and enhancing the lives of the students we touch,” she added. “Our one overriding objective is to meet the needs of all our students. The five goals foster an environment of all we do.”

Speaking on Student Progress and Customer Service, Dr. Glover touched on improvements in customer service, especially with registration and the financial aid process. While there is always room for improvement, she said, the process has improved in the short year, while student complaints are down.

“We have increased our efforts to streamline the enrollment process, and to educate and engage students and parents much earlier about financial aid resources and the required criteria, which have reduced confusion and complaints,” she added.

Student recruitment and retention were also highlighted, with the focus, she said, of turning toward a new recruitment plan, with a shift toward magnet schools and community colleges in Nashville, Memphis and Murfreesboro, Tenn.

“Not only are we reaching into new areas, we are also increasing our contact with potential students, and increasing our outreach to non-traditional students while promoting online learning,” she said.

Touching on student retention and graduation rates, Dr. Glover noted that the two areas need improvement. Since funding is tied directly to graduation rates, it must, she said, improve in the future.

“Our graduation and first-year retention rates are low and we must improve them since they are tied to funding,” she remarked. “First and foremost, we have an ethical obligation as a University to graduate students, and the two go hand-in-hand.”

Turning to fundraising, while the final figures are still being worked out, Dr. Glover announced that the University has received $2.77 million in cash contributions, with alumni giving more than tripling since 2012. Also notable, she continued, was corporate giving, with the number of donations from the business community climbing to 165 corporate partners.

“This shows that TSU is a viable business partner,” she said. “Corporations are seeing the talent we have at the University with corporations recruiting more on campus while we have seen an increase in academic and business partnerships.”

She also mentioned the value of recognizing diversity. While she acknowledged that TSU would always remain an HBCU, the expansion of racial and cultural groups is a top priority.

“We will always live up to the designation as an HBCU, and respect our past and our history,” she added. “At the same time, we must embrace diversity and ensure everyone has equal opportunity to a quality education. As Nashville’s only public institution, we are looking at ways to be more inclusive.”

Ending on community outreach, she thanked everyone in attendance for their hard work in “taking the University to the community while bringing the community to the University.” The goal, she said, was to make sure “we strengthened relationships with community partners while increasing the visibility of programs and the opportunities available.” From forming administrative councils to help spread the good news of the University, multiple media engagements, to delivering Holiday baskets this past December, the goal has been to foster good partnerships with the surrounding community and the greater Nashville area.

“We have worked hard and people are now taking notice of the University and the wonderful things happening here,” she remarked.

Dr. Glover again thanked everyone for “a year of hard work, collaboration and building trust” in the administration. “There is a lot expected of you,” she told the faculty and staff gathered. “I appreciate everything you do. Your commitment to this University and the students it serves is evident. Continue to do your very best. That’s all I can ask of you.”

 

 

 

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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.

Nashville’s Interfaith Community Holds Prayer Service for TSU, Dr. Glover

Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover, President of Tennessee State University, addresses members of the community during the 2nd annual Presidential Prayer  Service at Jefferson Street Baptist Church Jan. 8. (Photo by John Cross, TSU Creative Services)
Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover, President of Tennessee State University, addresses members of the community during the 2nd annual Presidential Prayer Service at Jefferson Street Baptist Church Jan. 8. (Photo by John Cross, TSU Creative Services)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Mayor Karl Dean, accompanied by several state and local elected officials, joined the clergy and other religious and community leaders on Wednesday in an interfaith prayer service for Tennessee State University and President Glenda Baskin Glover.

Called the Annual Presidential Prayer Service, initiated with the arrival of Dr. Glover following her selection as president of TSU in 2013, the nearly two-hour-long program also recognized improvements and achievements under her watch, as well as hailed the community partnerships formed in just her first year at the University.

Participants in the packed sanctuary of the Jefferson Street Baptist Church, representing Christian, Jewish, Muslim and other faith-based communities, joined hands in songs and prayers for students, faculty, staff, alumni and administrators of the University.

Led by the Reverend Henry Baskin, of Middle Baptist Church of Memphis, Dr. Glover’s brother, whom she referred to as her “spiritual leader,” the congregation surrounded the President in a special prayer for God’s guidance, her well-being and leadership of TSU.

In remarks earlier, Mayor Dean hailed the importance of the faith community for their spiritual insight and the role they play in the development of the city and improvement in the lives of the people.

“The faith community has made a big difference in enriching the lives of our people,” the mayor said. “They are a big part of our community, reaching out in all areas of our lives. Their coming here today is a clear indication of their partnership, support and the importance they attached to this great institution and its leadership under Dr. Glover.

“We genuinely and sincerely pray for your success and the success of Tennessee State University,” the mayor added, referring to President Glover. “As I said before, TSU is our university. We are committed to our partnership with this great university and that has not changed. You have our thoughts, continued dedication and collaboration with our city.”

In a statement of appreciation, Dr. Glover thanked the officials and the faith community for their prayers and show of support for TSU.

Saying “the best is yet to come,” the President told the religious leaders and the faith community that although there are challenges ahead, their prayers and support “reaffirm and remind us” that God is in control.

“God expects you to partner with the community. We need this partnership to continue and for you to step up to be the leaders and community God wants you to be.”

She recounted achievements in her first year, making specific references to the increase in alumni participation and financial support to the University, as well as the “overwhelming” corporate, community, alumni and student response to her SOS sent out last semester that saved 350 from being purged. In just six days, the University raised $483,000, enough to cover the expense of majority of the students, while others who qualified, made payment arrangements for their balances.

“No student will be turned away at Tennessee State University because of the lack of resources,” Dr. Glover said to thunderous applause from more than two hundred faculty, staff, alumni, business and community leaders at a press conference in the atrium of the Avon Williams campus on Sept. 10.

“God has been good to TSU,” Dr. Glover said at the prayer service, calling on students to remain hopeful and put their trust in God to “open the right doors” for them. “Don’t be discouraged because your hopes are not accomplished immediately; God sees all things and He knows your circumstances.”

To the faculty and staff she said: “You are doing things that God has prepared you for. God will promote you in front of those who oppose you in your work.”

Among others making remarks at the service were State Rep. Harold Moses Love Jr. (58th District-D), who is also pastor of St. Paul’s AME Church; Dr. Ray Richardson, TSU professor, representing Corinthian Baptist Church; Yuri Cunza, president of the Nashville Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Judy Cummings, president of the Interdenominational Ministers Fellowship and pastor of New Covenant Christian Church; Minister Majid Muhammed, of Muhammed’s Mosque #60, Nation of Islam; and Rabbi Saul Strosberg, of the Congregation Sherith Israel.

Also giving remarks were: Devonte Johnson, president of the TSU Student Government Association; the Reverend Roderick Belin, pastor of Lee Chapel AME Church; Reverend Reginald Brock, pastor of St. Matthews AME Church; Reverend Frank D. Stevenson, senior pastor of St. Luke Primitive Baptist Church; Reverend Christopher Jackson, pastor of Pleasant Green Baptist Church; Reverend Jimmy Greer, pastor of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church; Reverend Ronald Powe, pastor of St. Luke CME Church; and Reverend Enoch Fuzz, pastor of Corinthian Baptist Church.

The Reverend Darrell A. Drumwright, senior pastor of the Temple Church, presided at the prayer service.

 

 

 

 

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3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
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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.

African-American History and Culture Conference to Open Feb. 14

LCAAHClogo2NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Room) – The 33rd annual Nashville Conference of African-American History and Culture will take place Friday, Feb. 14, 2014 at the Tennessee State University Avon Williams campus.

Co-sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts at Tennessee State University, and the Metropolitan Historical Commission, the conference will focus on the educational and musical legacies of Nashville’s African-American community. For more than 30 years, the award-winning conference has brought together historians, students, educators, community leaders and others interested in African-American history and culture.

During the conference, Dr. Sonya Ramsey, of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, will speak on the legacy of African-American schoolteachers in Nashville, the subject of her recent book, Reading, Writing, and Segregation: A Century of Black Women Schoolteachers in Nashville.

Additionally, Dr. Don Cusic, professor of Music Business at Belmont University, will speak on educator, poet and activist James Weldon Johnson. Dr. Janet Walsh, coordinator at the TSU Avon Williams Campus library, Beverly Robertson with the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, will highlight the research and interpretation of the African-American experience at their institutions.

In commemoration of the Sesquicentennial year of the Battle of Nashville in the American Civil War, Norm Hill will join Dr. Tim Johnson to discuss the Civil War experiences of Nashville’s African Americans during the Battle of Nashville.

For more information, contact Tara Mielnik, Metropolitan Historical Commission, at 615.862.7970, or Linda Wynn at 615.532.1550.

For more than 30 years, the Metropolitan Historical Commission and Tennessee State University have celebrated the contributions of African-Americans to Nashville and Tennessee through the Nashville Conference on African-American History and Culture. Each February, Nashvillians come together to honor these individuals through historical and cultural presentations by historians, artists, students, dramatists, musicians, genealogists, and others interested in the history of our city and state. The long-running series, Profiles of African Americans in Tennessee, a collection of almost 200 short publications, makes the Conference research available to the public.

 

 

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.