Just in time for Advent season, three members of the Religion and Philosophy department at Tennessee Wesleyan University have recently published books, two of which include reflections on the holiday season.
This feature in Bulldog To... features Victor Black, a 2012 alumni of Tennessee Wesleyan; he is currently in the United States Army serving his country.
The TWU Library is presenting a series of live concerts in the 2022-2023 school year, including a music major showcase, November 12.Several music majors will perform classical repertoire and art songs, accompanied by Sylvia Gossett, the choir accompanist. The free concert takes place at 6pm in the library café.
This week, Dr. Harley Knowles announced his plans to step down as president of Tennessee Wesleyan University. He will continue serving in his role through June 30, 2022. President Knowles has faithfully served in this role for the past 11 years. The announcement was shared with faculty and staff on Tuesday morning in an email from Dr. Knowles.
Tennessee Wesleyan's Department of English and Modern Languages held an open house for its new Language Café on Tuesday, October 26, on the fourth floor of Banfield-Durham Hall.
The 8th Annual Distinguished Entrepreneur Award was presented by the Tennessee Wesleyan University Goodfriend School of Business, Tuesday, honoring Shirley Shankle Woodcock with this year's award.
The Tennessee Wesleyan University Board of Trustees convened Friday, October 29, approving changes to tuition rates for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Logan Longwith graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan University in 2019, but not before a winding road of adventures that took him away from his home state.
The annual event, which has actually run for 11 years but was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19, brings students together to operate service projects on campus and throughout the Athens and McMinn County communities. This year's event had 196 students working at 21 project sites. Below are a few photos and words from students and volunteer leaders.
The Tennessee Wesleyan University (TWU) Criminal Justice department, Criminal Justice club, and the Professional Leadership in Criminal Justice (PLCJ) program will host McMinn County-native Kim Harmon for a special evening of stories, experience, and wisdom from the Tennessee Inspector General.