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News: RSCC student SOAR Award finalist Troy Holt featured on TBR podcast

Four people recording a podcast.

June 28, 2024

The Tennessee Board of Regents' "From the Vice Chancellor's Shelf" summer podcast kicked off on June 6. Vice Chancellor Heidi Leming began the eight-part series by talking with the 2024 community college student finalists, including Roane State's own Troy Holt.

Holt was selected as a finalist for the Community College Student of the Year for 2024. He also won Roane State's "I'm First" essay contest in 2023, sharing part of his journey as a first generation college student.

Listen to the podcast featuring Troy Holt and two of his fellow student nominees.

Vice Chancellor Leming will lead discussions with a group of finalists each week including faculty, staff and students. Listen to other sessions here.

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