Paid bike parking permits flier a hoax

If you see a flier posted around campus about the university considering a paid parking system for bikes, be aware it is a hoax. “There is no truth to this rumor whatsoever,” said President Phil...

Rosemond named TAHPERD president for 2016

LaNise Rosemond, Associate Professor of Exercise Science and Wellness, has been selected as the 2016 President for the Tennessee Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (TAHPERD). “I am very excited about representing Tennessee...

Construction underway on new student lounge in RUC

Construction has begun on a new student lounge in the Roaden University Center. The lounge will be located on the ground floor of the building across from Which Wich. “The overall idea is that we...

Uber engineer speaks to CyberEagles

Alex Levinson, senior engineer at Uber Technologies, spoke about offensive security and its usage in the real world to defend networks and systems today in Clement Hall. Levinson, who has a diverse background in...

Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence and the Women's Center to host faculty lunch...

TTU’s Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence and the Women’s Center are proud to present a faculty luncheon (on us!) series beginning in the fall. The first lunch is on September 1 from 11...

Thursday football game to impact campus parking this week

With the Tennessee Tech football team opening its season on Thursday night (Sept. 1) against Wofford at 6 p.m., there are some parking changes for this week. Tucker Stadium's Gate 1, Gate 5, Gate 7...

Faculty Fresh Face: Stuart Gaetjens

Stuart Gaetjens Assistant Professor Angelo & Jennette Volpe Library  Among the well-loved books in Tennessee Tech’s Volpe Library, you might find something a bit newer this year. Stuart Gaetjens is one of Tech’s newest faculty members. Here...

Artist to bring ‘transitional’ work to TTU

Jim Arendt will bring his textile artwork to Tennessee Tech University’s Joan Derryberry Art Gallery Aug. 29 through Sept. 29. His work focuses on transitions in the landscape of the labor industry and its effects...

Walls named amabassador of the month

Donna Walls, an administrative associate in the civil and environmental engineering department, has been named  ambassador for the month of August. “Donna is always pleasant and very helpful,” said Jane Liu, professor of structural mechanics....

Water Center student earns National Science Foundation graduate research fellowship

Grace McClellan, a Water Center student from Lebanon, was recently awarded a fellowship through the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow program, based on her “demonstrated potential to contribute to strengthening the vitality of...