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The Tennessee Wesleyan Goodfriend School of Business celebrated the proclamation of International Coworking Day, Friday, with a ceremony at The LITE House. Friday’s event featured the proclamation by Athens City Manager, C. Seth Sumner, who was joined in attendance by McMinn County Mayor John Gentry and TWU President Dr. Harley Knowles. The LITE House, located … Continue reading "August 9 Proclaimed International Coworking Day at The LITE House"
College is a time of exploration and learning. Students will learn from their experiences and their classmates, but they depend on the professors to guide them in more ways than just teaching in the classroom. For some, like Joe Langstaff, the relationships built with Tennessee Wesleyan professors provide a mentorship that lasts long after graduation. … Continue reading "Mentorship leads to a career with purpose"
Shortly after the fall semester begins and students return to campus, Tennessee Wesleyan University will host the 16th annual Meet TWU from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, August 24, 2016 in the James L Robb Gymnasium. Meet TWU is an opportunity for local businesses and volunteer organizations to come to campus to meet new … Continue reading "Tennessee Wesleyan University to host 16th annual Meet TWU"