“The mission of the College is very clear. It is all about serving students.” -Dr. Flora Tydings, during her Open Forum at Chattanooga State on May 6, 2015
Chancellor Morgan announced today he will recommend Dr. Flora Tydings as next President of Chattanooga State to the Tennessee Board of Regents next Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at a special called meeting.
You are cordially invited to attend the 2015 Athletic Hall of Fame Celebration on Sunday, June 7, 2015, 2 p.m. in the Chattanooga State Health Science Center Berry Auditorium.
On Friday, May 1st, Chattanooga State hosted a “Tea for Bea” to honor the establishment of our very first Faculty Fellowship Endowment in honor of retired faculty member Bea Lyons (photo above). Enjoy our video highlights from the event:
Chattanooga State Commencement was held on Saturday, May 9 at the Memorial Auditorium. The Class of 2015 is represented by 20 countries with a total of 403 students receiving honors. Our oldest graduate is 68 years old receiving an AAS in Human Services Specialist and our youngest graduate is 16 years old receiving an Associate of Science. Females represent 58% of our graduates and 42% are males. We have 56 students graduating from Hamilton County Collegiate High at Chattanooga State with 28 of these receiving an Associate degree at the same time.
Read, and be inspired by, the full commencement speech by Emily McElroy, Class of 2015 Student Government Association President:
On behalf of the Office of International Community Outreach, thank you to our many friends of the College for your unconditional support of Latin Festival 2015. The event was proclaimed by our City and County Mayors as Latin Festival Day, and it was a dream come true for many people within our community.
We were able to combine Latin music, traditions, typical dances, arts, authentic food, a soccer tournament, children activities, a journey for 21 countries for a great first-time event with more than 2,000 people and a
Please join Chattanooga State as we host Columbia University Teachers College Professor Dr. Chris Emdin for Science Genius B.A.T.T.L.E.S.: Bringing Attention to Transforming Teaching, Learning & Engagement in Science.
Four finalists have been announced for the President of Chattanooga State Community College.
The finalists are:
- Dr. Karla A. Fisher, vice president of Academics and former interim president at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas;
- Dr. Kevin A. Pollock, president of St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron, Michigan;
- Dr. Roger A. Ramsammy, provost and chief academic officer at Northern Virginia Community College’s Manassas Campus; and
- Dr. Flora W. Tydings, president of Athens Technical College in Athens, Georgia.
Each will participate in campus forums and community receptions the week of May 4 thru May 8. According to the Tennessee Board of Regents website:
To demonstrate the importance of scholarship and those who are dedicated to student learning, each academic division on campus was asked to dedicate a faculty fellowship to a former faculty and/or administrator who demonstrated outstanding scholarship and dedication to teaching and student learning. The Social and Behavioral Sciences Division chose to honor retired faculty member Bea Lyons. Below is an excerpt announcing the award by Interim Dean John Haworth:
Tennessee’s future workforce will be showcased this week during the 50th Annual SkillsUSA Tennessee State Conference held at the Chattanooga Convention Center April 20-22. The SkillsUSA competition theme for this year is SkillsUSA: 50 Years of Champions at Work. The topic to be addressed by contestants in the Chapter Display, Prepared Speech and Promotional Bulletin Board contests.
Chattanooga State recently welcomed Pulitzer Prize winner and author of the memoir All Over But the Shoutin, Rick Bragg and Lila Q. Weaver, author of the graphic novel Darkroom: A Memoir in Black and White for the award-winning Writers@Work annual series held April 13-17.