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May 13, 2019
Bryan College Welcomes Governor Bill Lee to Ninety-Eighth Commencement

Friends and family members gathered in the Triangle May 4th to witness Bryan College’s 98th Commencement Ceremony. Tennessee’s fiftieth governor, Bill Lee, served as the keynote commencement speaker. A seventh-generation Tennessean, Governor Lee resides in Franklin with his wife, Maria. After graduating from Auburn University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, he returned home to… Continue Reading Bryan College Welcomes Governor Bill Lee to Ninety-Eighth Commencement

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April 26, 2019
Undergraduate Research Conference Announces Winners

Bryan’s Undergraduate Research Conference recently announced the three winners of its eighth annual conference. First place went to Patty Faas (‘19, Biology) and her interdisciplinary presentation titled Essential Oils: an Herbal Apothecary? Investigating New Applications of the Creation. Faas discussed how a study abroad program in Italy sparked her interest in the use of essential… Continue Reading Undergraduate Research Conference Announces Winners

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April 25, 2019
My Fair Lady Charms Its Way Onstage

Bryan’s Hilltop Players recently closed a weekend production of My Fair Lady, featuring the largest cast in a Bryan production since 2010. Over thirty actors brought the beloved show to life under the direction of Alexis Landry. Vaughn Cardona and Bernie Belisle served as music and technical directors, respectively. Jess McCuiston acted as director of… Continue Reading My Fair Lady Charms Its Way Onstage

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April 12, 2019
Vogel School of Engineering Officially Opens

The Vogel School of Engineering celebrated its grand opening April 11th, officially dedicating the previously unbuilt half of Mercer Hall’s third floor to a future of educating missional engineering students. In attendance were representatives from the Chattanooga Engineering Club, Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Dean of Engineering Dr. Thomas Marshall, and various other representatives from the… Continue Reading Vogel School of Engineering Officially Opens

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April 11, 2019
Scholarship Dinner Raises Over $245,000 for Students

The 12th Annual Bryan Opportunity Scholarship Program Dinner successfully raised over $245,000 for students the evening of April 11th, helping make Bryan College accessible to qualified Tennessee students with significant financial need. The program guarantees that academically eligible students will receive scholarship and/or grant funds to meet the cost of tuition at Bryan College. Since… Continue Reading Scholarship Dinner Raises Over $245,000 for Students

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April 10, 2019
Alumna Lynn Talbott Wins Small Business of the Year Award

You may recall our highlight from a few years ago when MBA alumna Lynn Talbott won the 2015 Small Business Person of the Year award from Chattanooga’s TSBDC. Well, there’s no stopping her! Lynn is pleased to announce that her company, HR Business Solutions, LLC won the 2019 Chattanooga Chamber Small Business of the Year… Continue Reading Alumna Lynn Talbott Wins Small Business of the Year Award

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April 5, 2019
Radio Club Harnesses the Power of Podcasts

In the spring of 2015, when Bryan’s radio club was still just a germ of an idea developing in the minds of communication students, the question was asked – “How do we run a radio club without actual radio?” Four years later, and WJBC The Roar, Bryan’s inaugural ‘radio’ station continues to produce quality content… Continue Reading Radio Club Harnesses the Power of Podcasts

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April 3, 2019
Tiny Tim’s Toys Bring Joy on Service Day

What is the price of a smile? Alton Thacker, the man who started Tiny Tim’s Foundation for Kids, often asks this of people when they wonder why he founded this charity in 1996. Tiny Tim’s Foundation seeks to provide toys for underprivileged boys and girls around the world, delivering 64,000 toys every year. Children from… Continue Reading Tiny Tim’s Toys Bring Joy on Service Day

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April 2, 2019
Annual Service Day Reaches Over 3,000

Since 2005, Bryan has cancelled classes for a full day to allow faculty, staff, and students to serve throughout the community of Dayton. This year, Service Day involved 513 Bryan volunteers and 36 projects, and reached nearly 3,100 people. Projects ranged from home projects where volunteers assisted in yard work, painting, or cleaning to landscaping… Continue Reading Annual Service Day Reaches Over 3,000

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March 28, 2019
Making Music in the Watson Piano Lab

The Fine Arts department recently celebrated the opening of the Margaret A. Watson Piano Lab, made possible by a generous donation from Charles and Elizabeth Baker. The donation allowed for a significant remodel of the room previously used as an office and group piano space; the lab now utilizes the entire space, with additional student… Continue Reading Making Music in the Watson Piano Lab

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