The Obed Wild and Scenic River Visitor Center’s film, “The Obed: Find Yourself Here,” recently placed first in the short video category of the National Association of Interpretation’s 2014 Media Award Winners.
The awards competition promotes excellence in the delivery of natural, cultural and historical information.
The National Association for Interpretation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit professional organization, is dedicated to advancing the profession of heritage interpretation, currently serving pro-
Military sexual trauma ... like most things in the military, this also comes with its own acronym: MST.
It can, apparently, happen to anyone.
The Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced expanded eligibility for health services for MST, this time moving to include Reservists and members of the National Guard in receiving mental-health services for sexual assault or harassment that happened during training.
Roane State Community College is among the key organizations across the state that has been awarded funding through the Labor Education Alignment Program.
The program is a state effort focused on increasing opportunities for Tennesseans to obtain a certificate or degree beyond high school that is aligned with the needs of the workforce in their communities.
Roane State was awarded $970,000 as part of the program.
Stage-fighting students at Pellissippi State Community College took their unique combat skills to the next level when they performed recently for the East Tennessee Renaissance Festival in Harriman.
“Our stage-fighting course is unique in Tennessee,” said Charles R. Miller, the college’s theater program coordinator and a professor of liberal arts. “We have one of the top two-year theater programs in the country.”
Students in the stage-fighting course learn the skills to perform mock combat for theatrical purposes.