Elevated heart rate. Respiratory rate is elevated. Capillary refill is decreased and there is gastrointestinal illness. What happens next? While the average person may not know the next step, TWU Nursing students are well prepared, thanks in part to the brand new Simulation Center at the TWU-Fort Sanders School of Nursing at the University’s west … Continue reading "Nursing Simulation Center Provides Unique Training Opportunities, Open House February 13"
Nominations are being accepted for the Athens “Young Man of the Year.” This award will be presented to a deserving recipient at the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting. Candidates must be 39 years of age or younger and the deadline for nominations is Tuesday, January 21. Nomination forms are available upon request by … Continue reading "Young Man of the Year Nominations Being Accepted"
In honor of McMinn and Monroe Counties’ Bicentennial, Tennessee Wesleyan University will be presenting 200 students with the Bicentennial Scholarship in the Fall 2020 semester. Students who received the scholarship must: • Be starting at Tennessee Wesleyan for the first time in Fall 2020 • Have a permanent address in McMinn or Monroe Counties • … Continue reading "TWU Celebrating Bicentennial with 200 Scholarships"
The Business departments of Tennessee Wesleyan University (TWU) and Cleveland State Community College (CSCC) signed a new agreement this week, creating an accelerated process for students to achieve their bachelor’s degree in management. The agreement allows students who complete Cleveland State’s Advance Business program to seamlessly transition into TWU’s Management Excellence (ME) program. Both programs … Continue reading "Cleveland State and Tennessee Wesleyan Sign New Business School Agreement"
Tennessee Wesleyan announced the expansion of the Engineering Science dual degree program, following the addition of University of Tennessee-Knoxville as a partner institution. UTK and Tennessee Tech now stand as the two options for TWU students looking to complete the dual degree program. The 2+2 program allows students to complete their first two years of … Continue reading "TWU Adding Options in Engineering Science Dual Degree Program"
Story by Ashley Copeland During this fall’s Homecoming festivities, Tennessee Wesleyan University hosted an Alumni Awards Dinner, honoring a trio of professionals for the achievements and civic contributions. Dr. Tommy Lee “Tom” Phillipsa graduate from the class of 1951, Dr. Phillips was named recipient of the J. Neal Ensminger Distinguished Alumnus Award. This award is … Continue reading "Tennessee Wesleyan University Presents Annual Alumni Awards"
Story by Ashley Copeland A generous $30,000 donation by SouthEast Bank is helping four students on their pursuit of higher education this year. The SouthEast Bank Scholars program recognizes and rewards academic excellence by funding education expenses to qualified students within the communities it serves. “SouthEast Bank, through its current scholarship program, has a long-standing … Continue reading "SouthEast Bank Supports 4 TWU Students with Scholarships"
Tennessee Wesleyan will hold their annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Monday, December 2, at the Quad on campus. This year’s event begins at 5 p.m. with cookie decorating, roasting s’mores, pictures with Wesley Santa Paws and a hot chocolate bar. The lighting of the tree will take place at 6 p.m. The community is invited … Continue reading "Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Set for Dec. 2"
The Tennessee Wesleyan University Music department will present the Annual Lessons and Carols Service, Tuesday, December 3 at 7 p.m. at Allen Memorial United Methodist Church. The service will kick off the Advent celebration in a meaningful way for the Athens community. The event, now in its 17th year, features the TWU Concert Choir and … Continue reading "TWU Music Department Presenting 17th Annual Lessons and Carols"
“Don’t just learn, experience. Don’t just read, absorb. Don’t just change, transform. Don’t just relate, advocate. Don’t just promise, prove. Don’t just criticize, encourage. Don’t just think, ponder. Don’t just take, give. Don’t just see, feel. Don’t just dream, do it. Don’t just hear, listen. Don’t just talk, act. Don’t just tell, show. Don’t just … Continue reading "Johnny Holden Given Distinguished Entrepreneurship Award"