2015 marks the 50 th anniversary of Chattanooga State Community College. Established by the legislature of the State of Tennessee in 1963, the college officially opened its doors to students in 1965. Events to honor its golden anniversary have been in he planning stages since last fall and one of the first activities to take place was a historic 50 th Anniversary photograph. This spring, the Hamilton County Health Department was promoting ... (click for more)
Dr. Michael Finch, assistant professor of communication at Lee University, earned a doctorate in communication from Regent University in Virginia. His dissertation, titled “Identity and Culture Maintenance Among Soviet Evangelicals: A Resistance Study,” analyzed the memories retold in ... (click for more)
Shanda Hester, a French teacher at Dalton High School, is the 2015 recipient of the Hale-Bowen Academic Excellence in Teaching Award. The award is presented annually to a Dalton Public Schools educator at the high school level for excellence in classroom instruction. The award was originally ... (click for more)
May 29, 2015
Lee University’s Department of Communication Arts will host a new two-week camp for students aged 7-12 and 12-18 from June 8-19. The youth camp for ages 7-12 will involve students ... (click for more)
Virginia College in Chattanooga will host a Summer Friends & Family Day: Luau event for staff, former, current and prospective students and families on Saturday, June 6, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., ... (click for more)
Two hundred and seventy-two students recently achieved an educational goal by earning a degree at Tusculum College. The accomplishments of these graduates were celebrated during the Spring Commencement ... (click for more)
Are you sorry to see the national bicycle races leaving Chattanooga?