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Chattanooga State announces Bradley County fall 2019 Dean’s List more
Honor students named at Baylor more
FALL 2019 BRADLEY COUNTY VIRTUAL SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The honor rolls for the Bradley County Virtual School has been released. more
CLARKSVILLE — Austin Peay State University is proud to recognize the nearly 2,400 students who were on the dean's list during the fall 2019 semester. Among those listed on the dean’s list were: more
Jordan Greenlee named to President's List at Bob Jones University  more
Christmas is not only about presents. It’s about joy, laughter, and traditions. During the Christmas season, … more
Belmont University Announces Fall 2019 Dean's List more
Cleveland State announces honors list for fall 2019  More than 3,000 students enroll in Cleveland State Community College each year. Of those, the best and the brightest are honored by being placed on the college’s President’s List, Dean’s List, or Honor Roll. This week, Cleveland State announced the students it is recognizing for outstanding academic achievement for the Fall 2019 semester. more
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Flock graduates from Campbellsville University more
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4-H members from Polk County have spent the summer caring for some babies.  Last spring 4-H members were given 12 baby chicks after applying to participate in the 4-H Poultry Project.  The … more
Bradley County 4-H is tasked with teaching life skills to youth, ages 9-19. Projects and lessons are taught to increase awareness and hands-on skills in areas such as leadership, citizenship, … more
Josh Davis receives doctorate more
Cleveland State announces Bradley County academic honor students Cleveland State Community College is pleased to recognize the talented academic students for the 2019 summer semester. Each semester, those students achieving a 4.0-grade point average are recognized by being placed on the President’s List, Cleveland State’s highest academic honor. The Vice President for Academic Affairs will recognize outstanding academic students maintaining a 3.5 to 3.99-grade point average by placing their names on the Dean’s List. Those students achieving a 3.0 to 3.49 grade point average are recognized by being placed on the Honor Roll. To qualify for these awards, a student must have completed at least 12 credit hours of college-level courses during the term. more
Eleven Lee faculty receive promotion in rank   The Lee University board of directors recently awarded promotion in rank from assistant professor to associate professor to seven faculty members, promotion from senior lecturer to assistant professor to one faculty member, and promotion in rank from lecturer to associate lecturer to three faculty members. The faculty promoted to associate professor are Drew Bledsoe, Ben Christmann, John Hearn, Bryan Poole, Delia Price, Jason Robinson and Ana Alves Shippey. Bledsoe joined Lee’s faculty in 2013 as an assistant professor of history. Prior to Lee, he taught at Rice University. His areas of expertise are the Civil War and Reconstruction, military history, and early American history. He is the author of “Citizen-Officers: The Union and Confederate Volunteer Junior Officer Corps in the American Civil War” and has written or edited numerous scholarly works on Civil War and military history. He has also been a Fellow for several historical societies, such as the United States Military Academy at West Point. Bledsoe was the recipient of this year’s Lee University Excellence in Scholarship Award. He earned his doctor of philosophy (PhD) and master of arts (MA) at Rice University and his doctor of jurisprudence from the University of Tennessee. more
Mikayla Beasley of Cleveland, has been selected as this year’s recipient of Bowater Credit Union’s annual $2,000 College Scholarship. In order to receive this scholarship, Mikayla competed against many other students who were evaluated based on grades, school activities, civic activities and an essay on the importance of credit unions in the lives of young adults. more
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