Redefining Tai Chi as a culture for empowerment

This modified version of the ancient martial and healing art makes Tai Chi accessible to individuals with ambulatory impairment and works to transform the wheelchair from an assistive device into a tool of empowerment.

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Professors and students featured in poetry collection, The Heart’s Many Doors

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UTNAA Distinguished Professor of English Dr. Richard Jackson, with UTC alumni and current students, as well as distinguished American poets, recently teamed up to produce The Heart’s Many Doors. The collaborative effort features poems by American poets responding to prints by Slovene artist Metka Krasovec. These particular prints were inspired by Emily Dickinson.

Meet Yousef Hamadeh, UTC Assistant General Counsel

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Since coming to UTC as Assistant General Counsel earlier this year, Yousef Hamadeh discovered there’s a lot of diversity in higher education law.

Beat Hunger, the Holiday Season kick-off is back

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The Campus favorite, Beat Hunger, will be held only once this year, on Monday, November 21, at 7:30 P.M. in the Roland Hayes Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center. As usual, admission is only a $2 check donation to the Chattanooga Community Kitchen or two non-perishable food items.

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UTC Celebrates Veteran’s Appreciation Week

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UTC celebrated Veteran’s Week with a slew of events honoring Mocs who have served our country. Included are a few video highlights from the week.

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