TTU fibers student expands talents after NYC internship
After two months working with a professional knitter in Brooklyn, New York, Tennessee Tech University senior Jessica Hagar made approximately 100 hats and several shirts.
Most of what she made is now being sold in a variety of stores across the country including Anthropologie and Free People.
TTU alumnus travels to International Space Station
Mechanic. Test subject. Scientist. Engineer. Russian speaker. Astronaut. Barry Wilmore, ’85, ’94 electrical engineering, will fill those roles during a voyage to the International Space Station, first as a member of the crew and then as the station’s commander. He and two Russian cosmonauts left on Sept. 25, and will return in March.
Wilmore credits Tech, especially during his undergraduate studies, with giving him a solid foundation on which to build his career.
TTU clay professor, alumnus invited to participate in exhibition of leaders
In honor of his artistry and mentorship, clay professor Vince Pitelka has been invited with one of his former students to participate in a New York art show about the future of clay craft and its artists.
$3 million NSF grant helps meet the need for math, science teachers in Hamilton County
NSF-funded residency program will help increase the number of science and math teachers in high needs schools. The two-year program will train 24 teachers and support them as they gain master's degrees from TTU.
TSBDC at TTU hosts business planning seminar Oct. 14
The Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Tennessee Tech University will host a seminar about writing a business plan Oct. 14. Admission is free, but registration is required. Visit tsbdc.org/ttu or call (931) 372-3648 to sign up.
The TSBDC also offers free and confidential one-on-one counseling with potential and current small business owners.
TTU Center for Craft announces Bacchanal 2014 donors
Bacchanal, one of the main fundraisers for scholarships for Appalachian Center for Craft students, will be from 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 19, at Spankies Restaurant. More than a dozen donors contribute every year to make the event possible.
GAMEDAY CENTRAL: Football fans can welcome Golden Eagles back home after five weeks
Tennessee Tech is back home in Tucker Stadium for the first time in five weeks to face a nemisis that has been the longest-running rivalry in Golden Eagle football history. Saturday's 7 p.m. Ohio Valley Conference contest with Murray State will be the 80th in the series.
TTU Career Services provides a variety of services, resources, and events of interest to Alumni
The Career Services office provides a variety of services, resources, and events that are of interest to TTU alumni. Whether you are a recent graduate in need of career assistance, an employed alumnus interested in recruiting for your organization, or a proud graduate eager to share your professional story with students — the Career Services office welcomes your engagement. Career Services is available for use by TTU alumni at any time throughout your career.
Join the LinkedIn TTU Career Services Group and the TTU Alumni Association Group.