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Senator's Notebook


Workshops Offer Resume, Computer, Job Search Skills
October 1, 2014

The Tennessee Career Center at Talbott offers free workshops for jobs seekers this month. Learn computer skills, improve your resume and learn how to use the state's new website.

PTK, Debate Team Plans Series on Medical Ethics
September 30, 2014

A series of debates this semester will focus on some of the most controversial medical discussions of our time: addicted babies, mental health care for Native Americans and physician assisted suicides.

Noncredit Courses Include Excel, Accounting, More
September 24, 2014

The Office of Workforce Training has scheduled valuable courses both in the classroom and online for this fall.

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Art & Culture

Exhibit Features Wood Kiln Ceramics
September 19, 2014

The Catron Art Gallery features the work of Peter Rose through Dec. 5. The artist will be on campus Oct. 8 to talk about his work.

Travel with Global Connections.
September 9, 2014

Fall semester bus trips include a trip to Atlanta's JapanFest, Nashville's Celebrate Culture and a trip to Washington D.C. All are offered at minimal cost.

"Gallery" Named Best in Tennessee
August 20, 2014

The Tennessee Board of Regents has chosen Walters State's literary and arts magazine as the best community college magazine in the state.

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