Tennessee Wesleyan University added four new members to its Board of Trustees for fall 2022, Vant Hardaway, Ailene Chambers, Matthew Pinson, and Lauren Garrison, the student representative. Whether a graduate, employee, or student, the new board members are no strangers to TWU.
Savannah Crider, a TWU Social Sciences major with minors in Legal Studies and French, was able to study abroad in France for 6 weeks at the The Institute for American Universities in Aix-en-Provence location.
TWU's August commencement celebrated the first two Professional Leadership in Criminal Justice (PLCJ) graduates, Tyler Sharp and Katie Ritchey.
The Chinzei Gakuin-Tennessee Wesleyan Language and Culture Program took place on the campus of Tennessee Wesleyan University in July. The program hosted hosted 21 Japanese students and two chaperones from Chinzei Gakuin High School, located in Athen's Sister City, Isahaya, Japan.
Among the students who had the privilege of traveling abroad this summer, there are four intrepid students who traveled to Costa Rica and France for immersion in a new language and culture. They have shared the rich experiences and new perspectives they have gained through these two different study abroad opportunities.
The Tennessee Wesleyan University Social Work Program will be holding a retirement celebration for Prof. Linda Garza, Tuesday, August 30, from 4-7 p.m. in the Johnson Event Center on the TWU campus.
The TWU community lost one of our greatest champions in Dr. Larry Wallace. Dr. Wallace's contributions to our campus, our community, and our state are significant and will be remembered for many generations to come; most importantly though, he was a friend and mentor to us all.
Tennessee Wesleyan University Commencement exercises for summer graduates will be tomorrow, Saturday morning, inside Townsend Auditorium.
Being a student athlete is challenging. Quadarius Cox played basketball while majoring in Business Marketing with two minors, Entrepreneurship and Communications. Now that Cox has graduated, he is trying to start his own non-profit.
Many degrees, particularly in the liberal arts, have a variety of options upon graduation as the skills learned and developed through the degree prepare students to be well rounded and prepared for a variety of industries. One of these programs is History.