Monday, June 22, 2020

Vol State in the News

The Tennessean reports that Vol State has a part in the Project Woolhawk proposal. It's a multi-million dollar data center proposed for Gallatin. Some news media reports have linked it to Facebook, although officials are still not disclosing the actual company. James Fenton with the Gallatin Economic Development Agency said that governmental leaders are working with Vol State on a training partnership to help supply potential workers for the data center if it is built.
Vol State Springfield is now offering degree programs. This is a story in the Robertson County Connection.

Mike McDonald, longtime Vol State adjunct faculty member and former Communications chair, is retiring after 50 years in education. The Portland Sun has this story.

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