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    Former Employee - Graduate Research Assistant in Nashville, TN
    Former Employee - Graduate Research Assistant in Nashville, TN

    I worked at Tennessee State University


    Is a open friendly school where everybody works with out caring about the race.


    There is no organization in the work team.

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    I applied through college or university. The process took 4 daysinterviewed at Tennessee State University in January 2009.

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    Good communication, one interview.

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Most Admired Companies in Research Science, Black Engineer & Information Technology, 2010

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Website www.tnstate.edu
Headquarters Nashville, TN
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1912
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Tennessee State University (TSU), home to more than 8,200 students, is especially known for its programs in education, nursing, biology, public administration, and psychology. The university offers more than 45 undergraduate programs and more than 20 graduate programs through two campuses in Nashville. TSU was first organized as the Agricultural and Industrial State Normal School for black students in 1909; it began serving students in 1912. The school became a teacher's college in 1922 and in 1958 its name was changed to Tennessee State to reflect its status as a... More

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