I write to introduce Dr. Tommy Lee "Tom" Phillips of Champaign, Illinois, who was born and raised in Kingsport, Tennessee, graduating high school in 1949. Tom elected to enroll at Tennessee Wesleyan and was highly involved academically and as a leader in many campus activities.
Part 2 of the series that explores the steps taken and the innovation required to take the TWU campus online amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
Danielle Mote and Ginny Brown, nurse practitioners who graduated from TWU, recently spent two weeks in New Jersey on a relief trip to provide healthcare support in an impacted community. After returning, they spent a few minutes speaking with Mayson Liner, giving an honest account of the impact of COVID-19 they've seen.
This week TWU completes likely the most unusual and challenging semester in the University's history. This series will review the timeline, steps taken, and innovative measures employed as TWU worked quickly to make a fully online learning environment.
Tennessee Wesleyan University released the 2020-2021 Faculty Fellows selections earlier this spring. The group will represent the faculty in developing tools and practices to best engage students and provide an excellent learning environment.
Tennessee Wesleyan University has been selected once again for the Tree Campus USA designation, the eighth consecutive year the Athens campus has received the recognition. Join us in celebrating Arbor Day by planting something this Friday, post on social media and tag #TWUArborDay
Graduates set to walk across the stage in May will now participate in activities on Friday, August 7.
Tennessee Wesleyan University adding esports in the fall of 2020.
The staff of the Mosher Success Center at Tennessee Wesleyan is dedicated to one thing: Student Success.
TalkCampus, an app-based service which provides the opportunity for students to connect, discuss and receive support through mental health issues and anxiety.