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UTC offers variety of youth camps this summer

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In addition to summer classes for UTC students, the campus is alive with youth activities throughout the summer. Learn about all of our summer camp offerings.

Students Get Their Hands Dirty with Research

Hope Klug in waders in a creek

—Beth Ellen Roberts When UC Foundation Assistant Professor of Biology Hope Klug saw a 703 area code on her caller ID one day last November, she eagerly picked up the phone, anticipating that she was about to get some very good news. And in fact, the caller informed her that the National Science Foundation (NSF) had chosen her to receive a coveted NSF CAREER award, which will provide $655,000

Students and faculty showcase work at Research Dialogues

UTC Student Megan Downs presenting her poster, "Cost-Effective Synthesis of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Towards Sustainable Nanotechnology" at Research Dialogues

Research Dialogues, the event formerly known as Research Day, took place on April 13 – 14, 2016. This year’s event included the traditional poster presentations as a part of the Undergraduate and Graduate and Faculty Research Symposiums, as well as some new events.

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Dennis Haskins Donates ‘Saved By The Bell’ Memorabilia to UTC

Dennis Haskins speaking at the presentation of his 'Saved by the Bell' scripts to the UTC Library

In an interview with Mike Miller on WUTC, Dennis Haskins talked about donating his scripts and other memorabilia from ‘Saved By the Bell’ to the UTC library, his time at UTC, his time on Saved By The Bell(including the origin of his famous catchphrase “Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, what is going on here?”), his musical collaboration with Shooter Jennings, and more.

School of Nursing hosts End of Life Conversation

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The UTC School of Nursing, in partnership with Hospice of Chattanooga, will host “Conversations on the End of Life” on Thursday, April 28, 7–9 pm in the UC Auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public.

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