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Beth Ann Swallows named Motlow Sparta Teaching Site Coordinator

Beth Ann Swallows has been named new Site Coordinator for the Motlow State Community College Sparta Teaching Site. In 2016 she joined the Freshman Academic Success Team (FAST) and began working part-time at the Sparta site.

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Motlow State’s Melody Edmonds receives PTK Distinguished College Administrator Award

Melody Edmonds recently received the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society’s Distinguished College Administrator Award presented at the Society’s annual national convention.

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2018 Faculty Excellence Awards

Ms. Meagan McManus was honored as the 2018 Faculty Excellence Award recipient during the annual Motlow College Faculty Excellence Awards Ceremony and Reception on Thursday, April 12, on the Moore County campus.

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Motlow students and faculty to participate in important surveys

Motlow State students and faculty will be asked to participate in three important surveys beginning in March and April. For students, the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) and the Survey of Online Student Engagement (SOSE) focus on teaching, learning, and retention.

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Motlow State seeks adjunct faculty through Career Fairs in March

Motlow State Community College is holding multiple career fairs in March for anyone interested in becoming an adjunct faculty member

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Motlow’s Rhonda Cotham earns Student Success and Retention award

Motlow State’s Rhonda Cotham, director of student success, was recently recognized as a model leader for innovation in the field of college completion at the annual conference of the Tennessee Association for Student Success and Retention (TASSR). She was the recipient of its 2017 Faculty of the Year Award in a Learning Support Program.

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Motlow State names Larry Flatt Executive Director of new Advanced Robotics program

Larry Flatt of Warren County has been named the executive director of the new Advanced Robotics program at Motlow State Community College, according to Hilda Tunstill, interim president of Motlow.

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Dr. Kim-Sue Tudor heads Medical Laboratory Program at Motlow State

Dr. Kim-Sue Tudor has been selected to lead the newly approved medical laboratory technology (MLT) program at Motlow State Community College, according to Pat Hendrix, dean of allied health. The goal of the Smyrna campus-based program is to obtain state approval and to be positioned to attain national accreditation by the summer of 2018, when MLT classes are scheduled to begin.

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