Campbell Rutherford, left, and her Calculus III professor Tony Crossland show the quadric sections Crossland had 3D printed for Campbell, who is blind

Blind student helps Pellissippi State professor ‘see’ calculus a different way

Blind since birth, Campbell Rutherford of Dandridge is used to “seeing” the world a different way from her sighted peers. But as a dual enrollment student at Pellissippi State Community College since fall 2020, Rutherford has helped her professors “see” new ways of teaching.  “Parts of calculus are inherently visual,”… Read More »Blind student helps Pellissippi State professor ‘see’ calculus a different way

Anika Schultz with "Done!" shirt at Mini-Graduation Fair on April 28

Pellissippi State allows Commencement speaker to pursue her passions

Anika Schultz will speak at Pellissippi State’s spring 2022 Commencement ceremonies this weekend, but even though Schultz is only 19, it won’t be her first time addressing a crowd. From testifying in front of the Tennessee General Assembly on behalf of a bill she wrote to bringing home a gold… Read More »Pellissippi State allows Commencement speaker to pursue her passions