Whether you call it the “Covid-19” or the “Quarantine 15”, the pandemic has shrunken social circles and expanded a few waistlines, according to an ABC News report. Whatever the term or condition, millions of Americans are now grappling with...
Can you spot fake news? In this era of misinformation, it is getting harder to differentiate between what is fact and what is fiction. To combat today’s media illiteracy, Southwest’s Infonet Library is now offering a free virtual webinar on finding...
Students had the unique experience of virtually visiting with Christo Brand, a former prison guard who was responsible for guarding Nelson Mandela, during International Education Week, November 16-20.
Covid-19 has transformed daily living and working into a new virtual reality, prompting the need for companies to hire more individuals who are tech-savvy. But many employers cannot find people with the skills necessary to do the job.
Students today are facing challenges never seen before due to the pandemic. Many have been negatively impacted by COVID-19 and are in dire circumstances jeopardizing their ability to continue their education.
Southwest Tennessee Community College is the only college in Tennessee to be selected as one of 10 national finalists to compete in the Planning, Governance and Finance category for the prestigious and highly competitive Bellwether Award.