Weedman announces retirement

KNOXVILLE — Johnson University President Gary Weedman announced to faculty and staff Monday that he will retire from the presidency of Johnson University at the end of the 2017-18 academic year. His retirement will be effective June 30, 2018. “Throughout Dr. Weedman’s tenure as president, Johnson University has experienced tremendous growth in enrollment, academic programs and facilities,” a statement … Read moreWeedman announces retirement

Sequoyah Hills is home to historic, tranquil park

KNOXVILLE— The city of Knoxville is home to a rich history and places to visit. Among the historical places that make Knoxville unique, there is a tranquil park that has earned its place on the National Register of Historic Places. In the heart of the city, Talahi Park is located along the west side of Cherokee … Read moreSequoyah Hills is home to historic, tranquil park

Director of Counseling Center, Emily Eisenhart shares advice of how to manage finals stress

KNOXVILLE—On Friday, Emily Eisenhart, director of the university’s counseling center,was interviewed over the topic of how stress can affect students and how students can cope and manage this stress. “It’s finding that balance…from finding positive ways of relieving stress such as reaching out to family or friends to have someone to debrief with or just … Read moreDirector of Counseling Center, Emily Eisenhart shares advice of how to manage finals stress