Tennessee College of Applied Technology Nashville Graduation May 2021 virtual gradation video.
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Between a pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests, 2020 changed the life trajectories of many college students
Inside Higher Ed reported that 20% more first-generation college students and 24% more Black, Latino, American Indian and Pacific Islander students applied ... up in Nashville, Tennessee, said ...
STRONG Act offers more educational opportunities
With Gov. Bill Lee’s expansion of the STRONG Act on May 17, there is no better time for Tennessee National Guardsmen to take advantage of incentives and benefits ...
TN Guardsmen have more educational opportunities than ever
With Gov. Bill Lee’s expansion of the STRONG Act on May 17, there is no better time for Tennessee National Guardsmen to take advantage of incentives and benefits regarding their civilian education.
Data science explained for executives
This is not an easy task, and for many organizations, it may be monumental ... the Jones College of Business, College of Basic and Applied Sciences, and the College of Graduate Studies.
Louisville Institute of Technology takes new approach in tech talent development
Years later, as a top-level software engineer at Humana, Tran understood the challenge that employers were facing with new college graduates ... a higher rate than Nashville, Tennessee (25% ...
Job market for new grads: Much hiring but much competition
After a painful year of joblessness, the future has finally brightened for Alycia St. Germain, a 22-year-old college ... May 10, 2021, to correct Sheila Jordan’s title. She is chief digital ...
What's in the Tennessee budget? Here's a preview of the plan legislators will pass
Senate Minority Leader Jeff Yarbro, D-Nashville, unsuccessfully ... such as expanding Tennessee College of Applied Technology campuses in an effort to eliminate the waiting list for students ...
Meet the Players: Freedom Riders
Rev. Ralph Abernathy was a key figure in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and beyond. As the young pastor of First Baptist Church in Montgomery, Al, he and Martin Luther King, Jr. were ...