Category Archives : SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

New Approach to Spatial Thinking: TSU Launches Online Master’s Concentration in Applied GIS Education

A new online terminal degree concentration intended for professionals and students, who wish to advance their careers but do not plan to seek additional education at the doctoral level, will kick off at Tennessee State University next fall. The Professional Science Master’s in Applied Geospatial Information Systems combines the scientific and technical knowledge…

Dr. Solomon Haile (left), assistant professor of Forestry and Applied GIS and coordinator of the PSM, briefs University members and board members on the new GIS program, as Dr. Chandra Reddy, dean of the CAHNS, looks on. The new online terminal degree program will start next fall, and provides broad-based expertise and cutting-edge skills, combining the scientific and technical knowledge of an advance degree in GIS with business knowledge and experience. (photo by Rick DelaHaya, TSU Media Relations)

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TSU Communications Department Chair Wins Four Tennessee Associated Press Awards

The 2014 awards presentation for the best journalism in broadcast and print was held Saturday, March 22, at the Sheraton Nashville Downtown. Dr. Terry Likes, professor and chair of the Department of Communications, captured three first-place awards and one-second place. His reports aired on the Tennessee Radio Network with a variety of topics ranging from the music, news and sports industries.

State Legislature’s “Ag Day on the Hill” to Feature TSU Agricultural Research, Extension March 24-25

The College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences at Tennessee State University will be a prominent player in this year’s “Ag Day on the Hill” celebration Monday, March 24 and Tuesday, March 25.


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

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

Two TSU Engineering Majors Capture Top Awards at National STEM Conference

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

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