Tuesday, February 18, 2020

News

Smith, Cumberland receive $3.6 million in broadband grants

USDA invests $9 million in broadband for rural Tennessee communities NASHVILLE –Businesses and residents in rural areas of Smith...

Tech continues to lead state in teacher education

COOKEVILLE - Tennessee Tech’s College of Education continues to pave the way in preparing teacher-candidates to impact P-12 students and school districts across...

Siraj talks Tennessee Tech cybersecurity to Saudi Arabia, Washington D.C.

COOKEVILLE - Cybersecurity is on the minds of government officials all over the world. And one person they want to hear from...

Tech to celebrate Black History Month

COOKEVILLE - On Feb. 6, the Tennessee Tech Office of Multicultural Affairs will host an event called All We Do is Step, Stoll...

Governor’s budget proposal includes $110 million for Tech

COOKEVILLE - Gov. Bill Lee’s proposed 2020-2021 budget includes more than $64 million for Tennessee Tech’s annual appropriation, along with more than $48...

Hoot’s career takes another leap with Opry debut

NASHVILLE – Cookeville’s Jake Hoot, “The Voice” season 17 winner, made his debut performance on the legendary Grand Ole Opry...