September/October 2020


Participants at the 2020 Introduction to College Excellence seminar series hosted by Project M.O.S.T.

STUDENT NEWS: Project M.O.S.T. takes students on virtual trip to Africa

Men of Southwest Tennessee members travelled to three African countries and two American cities this summer during Project M.O.S.T.’s first virtual Introduction to College Excellence series of seminars.

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NSLS

STUDENT NEWS: Southwest launches National Society of Leadership and Success chapter

Southwest Tennessee Community College estimates more than 3,000 Southwest students who are freshman, adult learners, international students, veterans, men of color, single mothers and/or athletes and maintain a 2.75 GPA or higher are eligible for...

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Welcome

Welcome aboard, new team members

Southwest Tennessee Community College proudly welcomes our new employees to the Southwest family.

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L. Angela Webb, Police Services/Public Safety Director

STAFF KUDOS: Chief L. Angela Webb appointed to international committee for campus public safety

Congratulations to Police Services/Public Safety Director L. Angela Webb on her appointment to the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators Education and Learning Committee. As a member of this prestigious international...

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Cover page of the July/August 2020 issue of Science and Children featuring “Shape, Bake, and Grow!”, an article co-written by Campus Child Care Services Director Dr. Mary Palmer.

STAFF KUDOS: Dr. Mary Palmer touts benefits of outdoor learning in Science and Education article

Congratulations to Dr. Mary Palmer, Director of Campus Child Care Centers, on the publication of “Shape, Bake and Grow!”, an article she co-authored with Dr. Shelly Counsell and Felicia Peat for the July/August issue of Science and Children....

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Dr. Kendricks Hooker, Vice President for Academic Affairs

FACULTY NEWS: Join the Academic Master Plan conversation in October

The Office of Academic Affairs is set to develop an Academic Master Plan (AMP) to reimagine teaching and learning at Southwest. The plan will reflect the College’s academic goals and priorities and provide a framework for analyzing Southwest’s...

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