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See the 2015 UTC Department of Art Juried Student Exhibition

Artist and educator Joshua Bienko selected 54 works from 151 entries for inclusion in the exhibition, which includes a wide range of media and materials: from charcoal on paper and oil on canvas to mixed media installations and sculpture, digital collage and websites, artist’s books, zines, photographs, and six moving image works.

Professor elected to American Psychological Association’s Council of Representatives

Dr. Nicky Ozbek, UTC Professor of Psychology, was elected to the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Council of Representatives. According to the APA website, the Council of Representatives is the organization’s legislative body, speaking for the association’s 137,000 members and affiliates “on matters advancing psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting health, education, and human welfare.” “Dr. Ozbek is an outstanding colleague and accomplished

TAKE FIVE 2015 at UTC to focus on literature of World War I

UTC’s popular literary series TAKE FIVE will return in January with a focus on World War I literature, presented by the English Department, Connor Professorship of American Literature, and the Connor Society.

UTC alumna Dr. Yara Roberston raises awareness and treatment of breast health issues

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Thousands will not receive screenings or treatment because they lack access to quality care. Dr. Yara Robertson raises awareness of breast health issues.

Twenty Years to Life

Dr. David Ross recently provided expert testimony in a case in Missouri that led to freedom for a man who had been charged with murder and imprisoned for twenty years.  Ross, UC Foundation Professor in the Department of Psychology at UTC, was assisted by graduate students Joe Jones and Dominick Adkinson.  The story was covered in Tennessee Alumnus.

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