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Fall Festival. Morristown: September 17 11-1PM and 5-7:30PM. Sevier County: September 18 11-1PM. Greeneville/Greene County September 27 11-1PM.
Faculty Focus: Matthew Baddorf.
Walters State Safety Awareness Expo. September 25 at 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. See Something? Say Something. Walters State Campus Police.
Student Services: Tutoring, Counseling & Testing, Student Success Center, Support Services are located in the Student Services Building on the Morristown Campus
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College Honors Two Retired Professors with Naming
September 17, 2018

A science classroom was named in honor of Dr. Donald Lindsey and a chemistry lab has been named in honor of Dr. Lawrence Kennard. Both retired professors played a key role in the college's reputation for excellence in the natural sciences.

Welding, Excel and More on Noncredit Schedule
September 18, 2018

The Division of Workforce Training will offer a variety of noncredit classes in October.

Fall Festivals Visiting All Campuses
September 11, 2018

The Division of Student Affairs is hitting the road with pizza and much more! Morristown's Festival will be Sept. 17. The Sevier County Campus will host the Festival Sept. 18. The Greeneville/Greene County Campus' Festival will be Sept. 27.

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Art & Culture

Fall Art Exhibit Focuses On Female Aging
September 19, 2018

Artist Johanna Winters' "The Coven has a Witness" exhibit uses puppetry, printmaking and video to examine society's treatment of the female aging process.

Rel Maples Institute Announces Fall Event Schedule
September 13, 2018

Enjoy meals prepared by future culinary stars!

"Dr. Seuss Wants You" Visits Walters State
September 10, 2018

See a different side of the popular children's author in this exhibit of art he drew while working as an editorial cartoonist and serving in the U.S. Army as an animator.

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