2020 Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council Conference Announced At CSCC

Friday, February 14, 2020

The Honors College at Cleveland State Community College is hosting the 2020 Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council Conference at the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Center.

Special speakers and honors student from the colleges and universities of Tennessee will be presenting.

CSCC President Dr. Bill Seymour and the Dean of The Honors College at Cleveland State Dr. Victoria Bryan will open the events on Saturday.

Categories in which honor students from across the state will be presenting include Creative Writing and Oratorical Speech, Education, Natural Sciences, Health and Fitness, History and Classics, Social Responsibility, Health and Biology, Gender and Literature, Travel, Food, Gender-Work-Appearances, Poetry and Drama, Television and Film, Words and Power and Critical Thinking and Pseudoscience in Psychology.



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