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East Tennessee State University is hosting a summer program for migrant students to help them make the transition to local schools. (The Tennessean, 6/15/04)

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, Tennessees primary medical school, is losing its program for training doctors in anesthesiology due to too little faculty research and inadequate training in managing cancer pain. The school hopes to have a new program in place by July 2006. (The Tennessean, 6/2/04)
East Tennessee State University is hosting a summer program for migrant students to help them make the transition to local schools. (The Tennessean, 6/15/04)

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, Tennessee's primary medical school, is losing its program for training doctors in anesthesiology due to too little faculty research and inadequate training in managing cancer pain. The school hopes to have a new program in place by July 2006. (The Tennessean, 6/2/04)

Bostic Construction, based in Greensboro, N.C., is building Campus Pointe, a Murfreesboro apartment complex geared toward Middle Tennessee State University students. The complex offers a washer and dryer in each apartment, a bathroom with every bedroom and a rule of one student per bedroom. The complex will have 496 bedrooms in 196 apartments. The Murfreesboro project is one of eight similar projects the company is developing this year. Bostic reps says the college niche accounts for about 90 percent of the company's revenues, since most universities, due to lack of funding, are not building dorms. (The Tennessean, 5/25/04)