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Flyer for the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter's Homemade Hand Sanitizer Experiment event on October 21, 2020, in the Roaden University Center Multipurpose Room.

2020

Monthly newsletter of the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter.

2020-09

Flyer for the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter's virtual Among Us Game Night on October 10, 2020, at 6pm.

2020

Monthly newsletter of the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter. The issue features two photographs from the Homemade Hand Sanitizer Experiment and descriptions of the Among Us Game Night, Battle of the Majors, Basketball Tournament, and Homecoming Week events.

2020-11

Monthly newsletter of the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter.

2020-08

Flyer for the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter's virtual General Body Meeting on October 8, 2020, at 11am.

2020

Photograph of seven Black Tennessee Tech students gathered around a table in the Roaden University Center Multipurpose Room. The students are wearing face masks and clear plastic gloves. The purpose of the event was to make and test hand sanitizers.

2020-10-21

Flyer on the mission, goals, and benefits of the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter.

2020

Monthly newsletter of the National Society of Black Engineers Tennessee Tech chapter.

2020-10

Capture of the Tennessee Tech Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineer's website on November 5, 2020.

2020-11-05

Flyers, newsletters, photographs, and website of the Tennessee Tech chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.

2020

Panels for the "What Affects One Group Affects All of Us": Black Student Activism at Tennessee Tech exhibit installed in the Office of Multicultural Affair's exhibit case on the second floor of the Roaden University Center on February 1, 2021.

2021-02-01

Main poster for the "What Affects One Group Affects All of Us": Black Student Activism at Tennessee Tech exhibit installed in the Office of Multicultural Affair's exhibit case on the second floor of the Roaden University Center on February 1, 2021.

2021-02-01

Pages 8-9 from the Tennessee Tech University Communication/Journalism Program's biannual Eagle Eye magazine. The article is on Eva Dingwall's experience with COVID-19 and includes a photograph of Dingwall.

2020-12

List of the cataloged materials on display in the "What Affects One Group Affects All of Us": Black Student Activism at Tennessee Tech exhibit installed in the Office of Multicultural Affair's exhibit case on the second floor of the Roaden University Center on February 1, 2021. The list includes the title, creation year, item number, and hyperlinks to the digital items.

2021-02-01

 

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Meeting minutes of the Tennessee Tech University Administration Council.

2020-09-02

Meeting minutes of the Tennessee Tech University Administration Council.

2020-03-11

Meeting minutes of the Tennessee Tech University Administration Council.

2020-09-30

Meeting minutes of the Tennessee Tech University Administration Council.

2020-01-29

Meeting minutes of the Tennessee Tech University Administration Council.

2020-04-08

Meeting minutes of the Tennessee Tech University Administration Council.

2020-11-04

Episode 021 of the Tennessee Tech weekly podcast featuring Assistant Athletic Director for Academics and Student Athlete Welfare Dr. Leveda Birdwell and Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Jeff Roberts. Duration 41 minutes, 17 seconds.

2020-09-17

Episode 016 of the Tennessee Tech Weekly Podcast featuring Head Women's Soccer Coach Steve Springthorpe. Duration 32 minutes, 16 seconds.

2020-08-06

Episode 23 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring student athletes Jamaal Thompson (football), Chanel Bishop (track and field), Raya George (volleyball), Michael Lolio (men's basketball). Duration 52 minutes, 52 seconds.

2020-10-08

Episode 18 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring Tennessee Tech Radio Broadcaster Roger Ealey. Duration 17 minutes, 26 seconds.

2020-08-27

Episode 014 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring head volleyball coach Jeannette Waldo. Duration 29 minutes, 51 seconds.

2020-07-23

Episode 022 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring assistant tennis coach Eduardo Mena. Duration 23 minutes, 33 seconds.

2020-09-24

Episode 017 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring Tennessee Tech Director of Athletics Mark Wilson. Duration 23 minutes, 11 seconds.

2020-08-20

Episode 020 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring head track and field, and cross country coach Peter Dalton. Duration 27 minutes, 8 seconds.

2020-09-10

Episode 019 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring head football coach Dewayne Alexander, quarterback Bailey Fisher, and running back David Gist as they look back on the 2019 team's incredible double-overtime comeback win the Golden Eagles pulled off week 1 vs Samford. Duration 1 hour, 1 minute, 19 seconds.

2020-09-03

Episode 024 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring softball player Chandler Caldwell, Lyn'Nikka Vance from track and field, men's basketball player Dane Quest, and men's basketball manager Ezra Pinzur. Duration 52 minutes, 52 seconds.

2020-11-20

Episode 015 of the Tennessee Tech Athletics weekly podcast featuring Steve Smith, TTU Senior Instructor of Exercise Science; Dewayne Alexander, Head Football Coach; Jamaal Thompson, Junior Defensive Back; and Chris Tucker, Senior Defensive Lineman. Duration 1 hour, 1 minute, 9 seconds.

2020-07-30

Video spotlight on Tennessee Tech University electrical engineering student Jymon T. Scott. Video duration is 3 minutes, 52 seconds.

2021-02-02

Pages 3-5 from the Tennessee Tech University Communication/Journalism Program's biannual Eagle Eye magazine. The article discusses Corinne Johnson's experiences growing up and starting college as an African American in Chicago, Illinois, and visiting Memphis, Tennessee; what Chicago was like during the 1960s; her work in the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Tennessee Tech; the racism that underrepresented students face on campus at Tech; and the current racial climate in the United States. The article includes three photographs of Johnson and one photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

2020-12

27 page transcript of an interview of Wentford Gaines by Jerone Dudley conducted over Zoom for the Black Cultural Center Oral History Project. Gaines was born on February 4, 1953. He attended Tennessee Tech in the spring quarter of 1973. The football coaches recruited Gaines to play football at Tech. Gaines and other Black student athletes were dismissed from the team for refusing to practice after Tennis Coach Larry Ware abandoned David Brents, a Black tennis player in Johnson City, Tennessee. Gaines describes growing up as a Black child in a single-parent household in Anderson, South Carolina; his time attending and playing football at Ferrum College in Virginia; being recruited to Tennessee Tech; the broken promises, racism, and isolation he faced at Tennessee Tech and in Cookeville; and his life after transferring from Tech. Gaines details going to the University of Cincinnati, his time playing in the National Football League (NFL), living in Texas and New Jersey, teaching and coaching in Jersey City, teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, playing athletics in high school, his sons’s athletic and academic experiences. Gaines describes the isolation of being Black in Cookeville, the lack of interaction between non-local Black students and the Black community in Cookeville, and how he only felt comfortable going out to one bar (likely John’s Place) in the area and otherwise went to Nashville to socialize. Dudley makes comparisons between his experiences and Gaines’s experiences in Cookeville. For the audio recording of the interview, see item BCCOH_Gaines_20201127.

2020-12-02

Audio recording of an interview of Wentford Gaines by Jerone Dudley conducted over Zoom for the Black Cultural Center Oral History Project. The recording duration is 59 minutes, 55 seconds. Gaines was born on February 4, 1953. He attended Tennessee Tech in the spring quarter of 1973. The football coaches recruited Gaines to play football at Tech. Gaines and other Black student athletes were dismissed from the team for refusing to practice after Tennis Coach Larry Ware abandoned David Brents, a Black tennis player in Johnson City, Tennessee. Gaines describes growing up as a Black child in a single-parent household in Anderson, South Carolina; his time attending and playing football at Ferrum College in Virginia; being recruited to Tennessee Tech; the broken promises, racism, and isolation he faced at Tennessee Tech and in Cookeville; and his life after transferring from Tech. Gaines details going to the University of Cincinnati, his time playing in the National Football League (NFL), living in Texas and New Jersey, teaching and coaching in Jersey City, teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, playing athletics in high school, his sons’s athletic and academic experiences. Gaines describes the isolation of being Black in Cookeville, the lack of interaction between non-local Black students and the Black community in Cookeville, and how he only felt comfortable going out to one bar (likely John’s Place) in the area and otherwise went to Nashville to socialize. Dudley makes comparisons between his experiences and Gaines’s experiences in Cookeville. For a transcript of the interview, see item BCCOH_Gaines_20201127_transcript.

2020-11-27

 Video originally hosted at: https://youtu.be/x3ru7CoGad8

2021-03-05

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