Tennessee Wesleyan University faculty, staff, and the institution have garnered a number of awards, honors, and recognitions during the spring and summer of 2021.
Commencement exercises were performed April 30 and May 1, as a number of students were recognized for their accomplishments throughout their studies at Tennessee Wesleyan, faculty for outstanding work, as well as community members for their records of service.
The TWU Teaching Innovation Fellows Program is a Title III-supported initiative designed to increase student academic success, performance, and persistence by promoting student engagement through the use of high-impact, evidence-based teaching practices throughout the University.
In an effort to expand educational offerings for the City of Athens, Tennessee Wesleyan University and The Friendly City have entered into an agreement providing discounted tuition to city employees enrolling in TWU's adult degree completion programs.
With Spring Commencement completed just over a week ago, we pause just for a moment. While it's safe to say most everyone is ready to move on from this most challenging year, it's also important to look back and see how far we've come.
The Tennessee Wesleyan University Master of Occupational Therapy program reached a major milestone, recently, achieving Full Accreditation Status from ACOTE, The Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education.
Tennessee Wesleyan University Commencement exercises for spring graduates are this coming Friday and Saturday, on the lawn in front of the Colloms Campus Center.
Earlier in the spring Linda Garza, Professor of Social Work and Social Work Program Director at TWU, was notified of her selection as a Lifetime Achievement Award recipient by the Tennessee Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
Tennessee Wesleyan University plans to continue in-person instruction this coming fall semester, a decision that was officially announced this week. The University has remained in-person throughout the 2020-21 school year, with a variety of COVID-19 restrictions in place.
As Christians, we are called to love our neighbors. Working together to support hunger relief, the Neighbor to Neighbor Disaster Relief Fund of East Tennessee Foundation and the Love Thy Neighbor Project (LTNP) at Tennessee Wesleyan University (TWU) have been able to support existing and new clients amid the COVID-19 pandemic.