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Sneak peek: new UTC Library to open soon

Lots of computers, Chromebooks loaded with software and tools for all disciplines, a media studio—the new UTC Library will even have 3D printing and scanning equipment.  The new facility is scheduled to open in spring semester 2014. Enter the ground floor and you’ll find most of the physical collections, including books, periodicals, and audio-visual materials.  Quiet study areas area nestled here. On the first floor, Circulation Services will provide

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Relay promotes women’s issues awareness

By Cheryl Toomey, University Relations Graduate Assistant Before you can talk the talk, you have to walk the walk. That’s the idea behind Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence. In order to understand women’s experience, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes events literally ask male participants to walk one mile in women’s high-heeled shoes. What started in

Wrapping up fall 2014 semester

It’s almost time to say goodbye to the fall 2014 semester. The last day of classes is Monday, December 1 and final exams begin on Wednesday, December 3 and finish on Monday, December 8. No classes are scheduled for Reading Day on Tuesday, December 2. For the full final exam schedule, click here. Struggling with your grades? Check out Study 911 page for more information on campus resources like

Kizza wins Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship for Ugandan Project

Dr. Joseph Kizza has been named to the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (ADF) to provide “Teaching, Mentoring and Graduate Research Supervision to Strengthen the Digital Forensics Program” at the Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU). Kizza, Professor and Head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, will leave for Uganda in June 2015, stay for seven weeks and return to the United States in August. ADF is open

Engineering students collaborate with local industry to learn solids handling

Fall break is the time many students go home for a short visit. A motivated group of chemical engineering students instead used their fall break to add a short course to their higher education experience.  The students, who are part of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Student Chapter at UTC, received formal training in solids processing or handling. Solids processing involves steps like grinding, agglomeration, tableting, crystallization

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