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• ITT Technical Institute will hold spring career day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday, March 30, at the Institute. Company representatives are invited to attend and to interview ITT students and graduates for part-time and full-time positions. Companies are encouraged to set up displays, give demonstrations and have representatives on hand to answer questions. Interview rooms will be provided. For more information, contact Melinda Parker or Brenda Wolf at 671-2800 or 800-671-2801.

• Farragut Intermediate School will unveil its new school crest at 10:45 a.m., Friday, Feb. 25, in the main lobby. Principal Robert Frazier created the design while art teacher Christy Davis painted it and Tom Blakely mounted the crest. Parents and community members are invited to the unveiling.

• Pellissippi State Technical Community College and Tennessee Wesleyan College hope a new partnership will encourage more students to pursue careers in health care and help alleviate the current shortage of qualified nurses. The presidents of the two colleges signed an agreement recently that will allow students of Pellissippi State who have completed the general associate’s degree to transfer into the Tennessee Wesleyan College Fort Sanders Nursing Program at the Knoxville campus with junior status and complete their Bachelor of Science in nursing degree.

• Pellissippi State Technical Community College will sponsor its second annual Future Teachers Conference Saturday, April 16, at the Hardin Valley Road campus. Aimed at older high school students, college students and young teachers early in their career, the one-day conference will explore a variety of topics ranging from teaching sciences and guided reading to managing the classroom. Lana Seivers, Tennessee’s commissioner of education, will be the keynote speaker, and one of the principal guest speakers will be Stuart Moskowitz of Humboldt State University in California, who will talk about teaching with new handheld technology. Local teachers and principals, as well as faculty members from area universities, will be among the other speakers. Sessions on the No Child Left Behind program are also included. Registration by Monday, Feb. 28, is $30, or $40 beginning Tuesday, March 1. For more information, call Meg Moss at 694-6673 or email For a registration form, visit:

• The University of Tennessee at Knoxville libraries will host a free viewing and discussion series several Wednesday evenings this spring as part of its Documentaries in the Library series. The showings will focus on independently produced documentary films that offer a wide-range of approaches and contributions to our understanding of nature, environmentalism, media literacy and activism. The next film, scheduled for Wednesday, March 2, will be "Proteus: A Nineteenth Century Vision," a visually rich meditation whose central figure epitomized the troubled intersection between scientific and artistic vision. The discussion will be held by Dr. Neil Greenburg, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology. All films will be screened at 7 p.m., in the Lindsay Young Auditorium at the Hodges Library on campus. Other dates in the series are March 16 and 30 and April 6 and 27. For more information, call Troy Davis at 974-4726 or visit: docs.

• Margaret M. Driscoll of Knoxville was named to the Dean’s List for the 2003-2004 academic year at Fordham College in Rose Hill, N.Y.

• Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro has named the following Knoxville-area students to the fall 2004 Dean’s List: Megan Allender, Amanda Alley, Brandon Armstrong, Heath Armstrong, Thomas Boardman, Jenna Boring, William Bridges, William Briggs, St. Brown, Spencer Bryson, Matthew Buckley, Jessica Busler, Neely Catignani, Chris Cavalaris, Malenie Clifton, Christina Comstock, Michael Crabtree, Katherine Crytzer, Kevin Cumesty, Joshua David, Justin David, Robert Demonbrun, Troy Dixon, Sloane Dooley, Rachel Edington, Layne Edwards, Erin Fessenbecker, Melinda Fleming, Melody Foy, Charlsey French, Julia Gant, Daniel Greene, Cyrstal Griffey, Austin Hale, Benjamin Hall, Zachary Hall, Jeremy Hicks, Allison Hudson, David Hughes, Andrew Humphries, Kurt Jendrek, Bethany Jergesten, Alexander Johnson, Tia Lanauze, Jacquelyn Lane, Stacey Laurence, Nathan Lowry, Katie Lyle, John Martin, Erin McCalley, Sarah McCormick, Adam Menhinick, Melinda Mihelic, Heather Miller, Hollie Osborne, William Parker, Ryan Parsons, Casey Phillips, Lindsey Reed, Lindsay Rolen, Jacob Sharbel, Mollie Shaw, Jassiman Simms, Jennifer Smith, Troy Smith, Elizabeth Snodgrass, Timothy Star, Brian Stivers, Amanda Thacker, Melissa Thomas, Charlotte Tidrick, Joseph Tortorelli, J’Nisha Towne, Paul Vick, Jeffrey Watkins, Daniel Whaley and Clare White.

• Farragut Intermediate School PTA announces the Second Annual Family Fun Night from 5 to 9 p.m., Friday, March 4, at FIS. This fund-raising event will include a family dinner, dance, silent auction, games, moonwalks, contests with prizes and a bake sale. All monies raised will go toward technology improvements. This event is open to the public.


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