Management professor Susan Williams gets an attaboy from the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence, the group that runs the regional Baldridge quality awards.
Feb 9, 2009 2:41 PM
Nick Zeppos details the university's belt-tightening moves and says some salaries may be frozen. In short, it has been stung, but is still standing.
We are a solid and enduring institution that rises to meet challenges in a collective and constructive way, and there is no doubt that as we move through this period of economic uncertainty, we will continue to be tested and challenged.
Jan 29, 2009 11:05 AM
Nina Cardona passes on some perspective on a study of the cost of higher education that says Tennesseans are disproportionately enrolled at four-year universities. Here's a link to the report proper.
Jan 20, 2009 4:45 PM
From the AP:
Tennessee State University has purged fewer than 500 students who have not paid their fees and confirmed spring registration. TSU vice president of business and finance Cynthia Brooks told The Associated Press the 486 students are "not a significant number" and they likely will reregister for classes and pay tuition Monday. About 5,400 students preregistered for classes that begin Thursday. Brooks says the university notified 1,899 students by e-mail and phone in mid-December they must pay their tuition and fees or risk being dropped from enrollment.
Jan 9, 2009 1:49 PM
Nine area college and university presidents say the passage of English Only would undermine Nashville's status as "the business relocation site of choice in the United States."
The irony of the city known as the “Athens of the South” becoming the first major metropolitan community in America to pass “English only” is a distressing prospect. As academic leaders, we are concerned about the impact - literal and symbolic - on our mission of teaching, learning, curing, and discovering.
Dec 28, 2008 5:46 PM