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Pam Esposito’s Graphic Design III class is working with Amqui Station Farmers Market Manager Denise Pullella this Fall 2023 semester. Working with community clients, Nashville State’s Visual Communications program in the School of Arts & Humanities...
Dupuis presented twice at the 2023 Tennessee Association for Institutional Research (TENNAIR) Conference in early August.
Nashville State’s White Bridge campus will soon begin undergoing renovations in various buildings and different phases.
Urban League of Middle Tennessee and Nashville State Announce Partnership to Strengthen Workforce Pipeline
During a special event at Cathedral of Praise, located on Clarksville Pike, The Urban League of Middle Tennessee and Nashville State Community College announced a partnership to pull resources together to address workforce shortages and upskilling...
Nashville State's Faculty Senate announces 2022-23 Faculty Awards.
The Nashville State Community College Foundation is proud to announce the Mary Elizabeth Williams Endowed Scholarship.
During a pinning ceremony on Nashville State’s White Bridge campus, 23 professors from the College were recognized for earning their ACUE Certification in Effective College Instruction.
Donna Whitehouse, MHA, OTR, who has been serving as interim dean, was recently named dean of the highly respected health science programs at the College.
When Memphis native Kim Cox moved to Nashville, she was unsure about what was available to her regarding higher education.
Seven Nashville State students from the School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics have been learning and enhancing scientific research skills with hands-on experience during an eight-week paid summer program from June 5 to July 28.