Tennessee Wesleyan University held spring commencement exercises, this past Saturday, celebrating the graduation of the class of 2022. The event was held on the lawn in front of Colloms Campus Center.
As commencement approaches, we're celebrating a few of our best and brightest spring 2022 graduates. This edition features Helena Cabezas Martí, a Communication Studies and Sociology graduate, and Brooklyn Armstrong, a Mathematics Education graduate.
The Nurse Pinning Ceremony, Dental Hygiene Pinning Ceremony, Baccalaureate, and Commencement exercises for spring 2022 will each be held this week, with all four events live streamed on YouTube.
As commencement approaches, we're celebrating a few of our best and brightest spring 2022 graduates. This edition features a trio of students from various majors within the Health and Human Performance department.
As commencement approaches, we're celebrating a few of our best and brightest spring 2022 graduates. This edition features Lauren Wallace, a double major in Criminal Justice and Behavioral Sciences, and Brittany Hampton, an RN-to-BSN graduate.
The Bulldog Investment Club is a student organization at TWU, which invests real capital in the stock market. The Club is made possible through funds donated by Ric and BJ Galberaith. Thanks to their generosity, students aren't simply using play money, but investing these donated funds and seeing tangible returns.
The Holston Conference Archive is a repository of the United Methodist Church for the Holston Conference. In 2019, the Holston Conference Archives were moved to Sherman Hall on the campus of Tennessee Wesleyan University.
Creative writing major Tatum Ward and Dr. Elizabeth Ruleman, Professor of English, attended the 2022 Sigma Tau Delta Convention entitled "Action" in Atlanta, March 30-April 2. Ward attended creative non-fiction and poetry readings as well as lively and compelling roundtable discussions, one of which was on how the pandemic has revolutionized learning.
The Envite Collaborative represents a host of TWU ideals: inventive and hands-on learning experiences, collaboration between students and faculty, connection to the community, and more.
This Friday evening, April 22 at 7:00 p.m., theatre students from Tennessee Wesleyan University will present For the Love of Ukraine, a staged reading of excerpts from the Ukrainian drama, Birds from an Invisible Island, by Valerii Shevchuk. A final theatre class project, the hour-long staged reading event will also serve as a fundraiser for those in desperate need of humanitarian relief from the effects of the war raging in the Ukraine.