Day classes (classes that begin before 4:30 p.m. local time) canceled at Fentress, Cumberland campuses only for Wednesday, Feb. 10
This project will construct a visual information kiosk that informs and provides recruitment materials to potential students and current students not in criminal justice about the criminal justice major.
This project will provide an opportunity for students who frequently take Art Appreciation and the Roane State community generally, to view original work by self-taught artists who are featured in major museum collections. The exhibit will be accompanied by a catalog of the works with an essay placing them in their art historial and cultural contexts, as well as by a series of gallery talks and guest lectures for ARTH 1030 classes.
This project will allow the garden sharing project to purchase needed equipment for the garden that will enable to make the project self-sustaining. This community garden will allow not only students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to give back but will allow community members, both well off and in need, to be able to take a step toward a self-sustaining life style.
This project will be used for Study Abroad targeted economically disadvantaged, underrepresented status and academic merit students at RSCC. The goal of the grant is to strategically target and increase enrollment in Study Abroad classes, add to a diverse culture at RSCC, and increase RSCC student completion.
This project would allow RSCC education major and current K-12 educators from local school systems to attend breakout sessions on education various topics ranging from current technology use, classroom management, content-specific information/trends and even current issues. Students will make connections to the teaching profession and current educators will stay informed on teaching trends that impact their classrooms.
Spring 2015 Workshop Schedule. Attendance is highly recommended at a workshop for individuals submitting a grant application.
Cover Page for the Grant Application
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