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Nashville State Community Colleges police science department has a new concentration in crime scene investigation. (The Tennessean, 8/8/05)

Hopkinsville Community College hosted its first Back to College party Aug. 6-7 at the Hopkinsville Wal-Mart SuperCenter. During the two-day event, HCC had student services professionals at Wal-Mart to answer questions, assist with applications and walk students through the registration process. (The Leaf-Chronicle, 8/5/05)
Nashville State Community College's police science department has a new concentration in crime scene investigation. (The Tennessean, 8/8/05)

Hopkinsville Community College hosted its first “Back to College” party Aug. 6-7 at the Hopkinsville Wal-Mart SuperCenter. During the two-day event, HCC had student services professionals at Wal-Mart to answer questions, assist with applications and walk students through the registration process. (The Leaf-Chronicle, 8/5/05)

Bethel College hosted a “Complete Your Degree While Your Spouse Is Overseas” luncheon and information session Aug. 9. (The Leaf-Chronicle, 8/5/05)

The University of Tennessee at Knoxville's College of Nursing announced it has received a three-year, $650,879 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to create a master's and doctorate program specializing in homeland security nursing. The program will offer two tracksone concentrating on managing health care in large-scale disasters and the other in advanced clinical nursing practices for victims of hurricanes to dirty bombs. (The Tennessean, 8/4/05)

The University of Tennessee at Knoxville has sent letters to about 200 juniors and seniors suggesting that they seek off-campus living accommodations because of a shortage in on-campus housing expected this fall. School officials said the housing problem stems from the number of freshmen, who are required to live on campus unless they live at home with a parent or guardian. (The Tennessean, 8/1/05)