Vol State, others discuss legislative impact on higher ed

Vol State legislative lunch 1202015

Volunteer State Community College recently held a legislative meeting at the Livingston campus. Representatives from Vol State, Tennessee Board of Regents, Tennessee College of Applied Technology, community leaders and members of the General Assembly discussed how legislative initiatives impact higher education and how Vol State and TCAT initiatives impact the community. Pictured are, from left,  John Stites, TBR regent; Rep. Kelly Kiesling; Ginger Hausser, TBR director of external affairs; David Gregory, TBR vice chancellor of administration; Rep. Ryan Williams; Dr. Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president; Rep. John Mark Windle; James King, TCAT vice chancellor; Carol Puryear, TCAT associate vice chancellor for instruction and special projects; and Sen. Paul Bailey.


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