Centennial Campaign Goal No. 3: Fostering an Innovative Learning Environment

When we were founded in 1911, classroom technology and laboratory needs were little more than chalk boards and Bunsen burners.  Today, while the needs of our students have changed dramatically, we remain dedicated to providing every student with access to the finest facilities, the most modern equipment and the most innovative academic programs, further supporting our commitment to quality and a student centered environment.

Funds provided for academic program enhancement will enable us to better internationalize our curricula, provide for the continued enhancement of the James E. Walker Library, assure that our students have hands-on exposure and familiarity with state of the art technologies, build on our history and strength in Education as we expand and enhance the teaching of Science and Mathematics, and enable us to meet the matching fund requirements for our highly anticipated $126.7 million Science Building, which Gov. Bill Haslam included in his state budget and is now being considered by the Tennessee General Assembly.


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