JU to host Health and Wellness Fair, Blood Drive Tuesday

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University’s Public Health and Global Community Majors and Health Services Offices are holding a Health and Wellness Fair and Blood Drive on Tuesday. The Health and Wellness Fair will take place inside the Gally Commons in Private Dining Rooms 1, 2, and 3, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event will … Read moreJU to host Health and Wellness Fair, Blood Drive Tuesday

JU alumna wins classroom makeover worth $25,000

MARYVILLE – A Johnson University graduate (’98) and STEM teacher, Renee Powell, won a $25,000 makeover for her classroom at Lanier Elementary School from Oak Ridge Associated Universities. Powell’s class submitted a video to ORAU’s 11th Extreme Classroom Makeover and on March 25, as students were mixing ingredients together to produce slime, special guests walked … Read moreJU alumna wins classroom makeover worth $25,000

Disney style CoffeeHouse to be held on Underground patio Monday

Johnson’s Student Government Association will host a Disney themed CoffeeHouse on April 1, at 7 p.m., on the patio of the Underground. This will be the last CoffeeHouse of the semester. There will be many acts performed by students and possibly even some faculty/staff. $1 coffee will be available to the first 50 people. SGA … Read moreDisney style CoffeeHouse to be held on Underground patio Monday

Royals split series at Smokies Challenge

KNOXVILLE – The Johnson University Royals played in a series against Alice Lloyd College and Hiwassee College at the Tennessee Smokies Stadium in Kodak, March 12 and 13. The Royals won their Tuesday game against Alice Lloyd College 4-1. In Wednesday’s 3 p.m. game, the Royals fell to the Hiwassee Tigers 6-12. Johnson’s Royals play … Read moreRoyals split series at Smokies Challenge

Dare to See suicide prevention event returning to Knoxville

KNOXVILLE The 2nd Annual Dare to See suicide prevention event, presented by Punk Talks, Johnson University, and Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network, will be held March 8 in Knoxville. The event will feature music by various artists, such as Abbs Kern – a Chattanooga Indie singer-songwriter, Benjamin Donaldson – a Knoxville singer-songwriter, Shayla McDaniel – a … Read moreDare to See suicide prevention event returning to Knoxville