ETSU's new Brewing & Distillation Studies minor blends science, entrepreneurship and marketing expertise within the university and innovates through workforce development experiences at Tennessee Hills Brewstillery.
As the first of its kind, this industry-recognized certificate program takes a deep dive into the core aspects of brand funded entertainment designed by industry professionals and delivered by East Tennessee State University.
The Niswonger Village, located on the ETSU-Eastman Valleybrook Campus, affords students in the College of Public Health a chance to learn practical workforce skills.
Dave Clark, Vice President for Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Development with the RC, speaks on why the Appalachian Highlands is the epicenter for world-class entrepreneurship in a rural setting.
ETSU Research Corporation CMO Stephen Marshall discusses workforce development and the changing landscape of higher education on the 33 Tangents podcast.
Foster Signs team installs new signage at ETSU Research Corporation headquarters.
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