Tennessee Wesleyan University accepts applications for inaugural Master of Occupational Therapy class
University strives to meet the needs of the growing population Students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in the field of occupational therapy could begin their application process on July 18, 2018, through a centralized system from the American Occupational Therapy Association, and for the first time, prospective students found Tennessee Wesleyan University on that … Continue reading "Tennessee Wesleyan University accepts applications for inaugural Master of Occupational Therapy class"
Friday, Aug. 31 is the first year Tennessee Wesleyan will participate in the national College Colors Day. We encourage the campus community, alumni, family and friends to show your school pride by wearing blue and white, or any bulldog apparel. College Colors Day was established by the Collegiate Licensing Company to promote school spirit before … Continue reading "BE TRUE AND WEAR BLUE on College Colors Day"
The stage has been walked, the diploma has been received, the cap has been thrown and you’re currently in the midst of one of the most exciting and life-changing chapters in your young life. This summer – as a recent high school graduate or a parent of a to-be college freshman – it’s all about … Continue reading "The Importance of Attending Orientation"
Members will help lead accredited institution to accomplish its mission Seven area community and business leaders recently were elected to serve as members of the Tennessee Wesleyan University Board of Trustees. New members are: Patricia Ging, associate dean, TWU education and behavioral science (faculty trustee) Robert Goodfriend, entrepreneur and former president, Goody’s Family Clothing Trent … Continue reading "Tennessee Wesleyan University names new trustees"
The conclusion of a recent five-year study of Tennessee Wesleyan’s direct economic impact on the local community shows approximately 90 percent of Tennessee Wesleyan’s expenditures are made, on the average, in the five counties of McMinn, Bradley, Monroe, Loudon, and Knox. During 2012-2017, Tennessee Wesleyan contributed more than $343 million to the local economy (an … Continue reading "Study shows Tennessee Wesleyan University impact on area economy"
It was a busy week on Tennessee Wesleyan’s main campus in Athens and at the nursing department it Knoxville. As most students wrapped up the academic year with final exams and saying, “see you next year,” 158 students prepared to close the chapter on their years at TWU. The University scheduled traditional events for graduating … Continue reading "Commencement activities conclude with conferring of degrees"
Tennessee Wesleyan experience meets and exceeds senior’s expectations Kasey Combs was looking for an undergraduate program that would prepare her for the “real world” and also challenge her as she studied for a health care-related career. She knew for a fact that Tennessee Wesleyan University could deliver on both requirements. Combs’s proof? Her mother, Stacy … Continue reading "Just what the physician assistant ordered"
Tennessee Wesleyan University will host a variety of commencement activities this week, concluding with the 161st Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 5 at 9 a.m. Events begin Thursday with the nursing pinning ceremony and blessing of hands in Knoxville. Here, faculty present graduating students with their nursing pin – officially welcoming them into the nursing … Continue reading "Tennessee Wesleyan University to host Spring Commencement activities"
Esparza sees physical therapy internship turn to a job offer before graduation There are reasons for the decisions that university professors make as they thoughtfully craft their coursework curriculum. The purpose of each required reading, research paper, pop quiz, group presentation and final test collectively contribute to the ultimate goals of students’ learning and pursuing … Continue reading "With lesson learned, TWU senior’s career is taking shape"
Tennessee Wesleyan experiences empower senior in his pursuit to help others Volunteers often say they benefit more from their efforts than the people they’re helping. Todd Cox is no different. As he prepares to graduate from Tennessee Wesleyan University in May, Cox specifically recalled one of several times he managed an AmeriCorps VISTA mobile food … Continue reading "Making a care-full career choice"