TWC offering master's degree in curriculum leadership
Tennessee Wesleyan College will enroll graduate students this August in its first Master’s program. Developed by the college’s education department, TWC’s Master of Science in Curriculum Leadership will train future academic and business leaders, producing teachers and leaders who will be competent professionals, service-oriented individuals and reflective practitioners.
With classes starting August 15, this 15-month, 30-hour degree can be completed through an alternating combination of 6-hour fall and spring semesters coupled with 12 hours spread throughout three accelerated terms during a summer semester. All degree classes will be offered in the afternoon and evening hours, with some online options included.
TWC alumna Nelle Ward celebrates 100th birthday
On Sunday, July 29, Tennessee Wesleyan College Alumna Nelle Ward celebrated her 100th birthday in TWC’s Glenn Lowe Dining Room. Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Fund Jessica Edwards presented Ward with a certificate and a gift at the party, celebrating her important milestone.
Ward is one of TWC’s oldest alumni. Visit TWC’s YouTube channel to see a video of Nelle reminiscing about her time at the college.
Save the Date
Frank Horning '75, was married July 18, 2012 to Suzan Clark Horning in Panama City Beach, Fla. The wedding was a happy 5 o'clock ceremony on the beach.
Dr. Dick Pelley is writing a book about Burkett Witt. Dr. Pelley requests that any alumni who would like to share stories or anecdotes about Burkett Witt please submit no more than 100 words to him at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jessica Edwards at email@example.com. Pictures are also welcome.
This October the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum will be hosting a Tennessee Wesleyan College Baseball exhibit to honor the college's baseball history and celebrate this year's NAIA World Series Championship win. If you would like to loan any memorabilia or share stories for the exhibit, mail or drop off the items at the Living Heritage Museum by Sept. 14. If you have any questions please contact Amy Blackburn, the museum's executive director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.