Skip to main content

Articles

Mastering the full count figuratively and literally

Solid TWU education lines up senior math education major for success It’s no secret that elementary, middle and high schools seek highly qualified teachers in the priority areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This STEM reality wasn’t enough for Dakota Stone. The Tennessee Wesleyan University senior from Tellico Plains, Tennessee, knew TWU would provide … Continue reading "Mastering the full count figuratively and literally"

Sister schools reunite, pledge to grow relationship

February 15-19, four dignitaries from Nagasaki Wesleyan University visited TWU as a delegation intended to reestablish close connections between Nagasaki Wesleyan University and Tennessee Wesleyan University as well as between Isahaya, Japan, and Athens, Tennessee. Nagasaki was founded by a graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan, the Reverend C.S. Long, in 1880. The universities established a “sister … Continue reading "Sister schools reunite, pledge to grow relationship"

Leading with perspective

Students in the Goodfriend School of Business are looking for real-world experiences and an opportunity to network with industry professionals. Dr. Robert Goodfriend agrees, and in fact, he said the very same thing to his college professors. Goodfriend is dedicated to helping TWU students receive that type of experiential learning. On Tuesday, March 20, 2018, … Continue reading "Leading with perspective"

Motivated nursing students strike gold

New ticket accelerates admission into TWU’s respected nursing program  Time was on the side of nearly 35 candidates interviewing for admission to the Tennessee Wesleyan University-Fort Sanders Nursing program. That, and the hard work they already had put into their pre-nursing courses. After completing their interviews, these select students received the program’s first-ever “golden tickets” … Continue reading "Motivated nursing students strike gold"