“The state has a process in place to follow up on the (council) recommendations and confirm the accuracy of the public comment received,” Ballad Health said in a response. “We are very proud of the improvements in quality and access our team members and physicians have made in a short period of time, and we trust that the state's process will demonstrate the continued public benefit of the merger.”
Northeast State Community College will leverage the grant to secure the required equipment and align the College’s Aviation Technology curriculum to Federal Aviation Administration standards and industry needs.
It is scheduled from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.March 12 at the Wayne G. Basler Library on the main campus in Blountville next to Tri-Cities Airport. Also, the College will livestream this workshop to the Northeast State at Elizabethton campus, 386 Highway 91.
Northeast State announced during an Airport Authority meeting plans to relocate its Aviation Maintenance Technology program from Gray to a hangar to be built at the airport.
Multi-award-winning bluegrass artist Doyle Lawson will be the guest of honor and is expected to perform.
Northeast State Community College representatives from the offices of Admissions and Enrollment Services will be on hand to answer questions. Attendees can meet with staff and learn more about the College and Tennessee Reconnect.
The CPT curriculum focuses on Safety, Quality Practices and Measurement, Manufacturing Processes and Production, and Maintenance Awareness.
Jeff McCord, Governor-elect Bill Lee’s pick to be the next commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development, suggested Lee was “purposeful” about going outside the Nashville bubble of leaders to fill his Cabinet.
Bethany Flora started her job as Northeast State Community College preisdent Jan. 2 and held a campuswide convocation Jan. 7.
Jeff McCord currently serves as vice president for Economic and Workforce Development at Northeast State Community College. He leads Workforce Solutions, a workforce development program that includes the development of registered apprenticeship programs and the Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing.
The interim President of Northeast State Community College is retiring Jan. 31 after 42 years with the Tennessee Board of Regents and 18 months heading Northeast. New President Bethany Flora will start work Jan. 2.
Interim Northeast State Community College President James King is so highly regarded at the Blountville-based school that he recently learned his photograph will be shown alongside those of permanent NSCC presidents. The new president will take office on Jan. 2 and King will remain at the college through Jan. 31
The audit covered fiscal 2015-16 and 2016-17, the later of which ended June 30, 2017, at the same time former President Janice Gilliam left.
Dr. Bethany H. Flora is associate director of the Center for Community College Leadership at East Tennessee State University, where she also serves as an associate professor of postsecondary leadership in ETSU’s Clemmer College of Education.
The more than 114,000-square-foot facility will have two main floors and a courtyard level to house offices.