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Lee’s Go Set a Watchman provides a teaching tool

Harper Lee’s long-anticipated second novel, Go Set a Watchman continues to top best-seller lists weeks after its release. Critics and fans have loudly voiced their opinions on the controversy surrounding the publication of what appears to be an earlier draft of Lee’s beloved To Kill a Mockingbird. Dr. Christopher Stuart, head of UTC’s English Department joins the conversation with his take on the novel. The Atticus of Lee’s recently

Exciting new courses and opportunities offered to students this fall

There’s still time to add or change a class. Check out these interesting new courses being offered this fall.

Carter arrangement brings peace to Charleston mourners

Arrangement by renowned musician and arranger and retired UTC Professor of Music Roland Carter was featured during the funeral service of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney.

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Asia teaching journal celebrates 20th anniversary

Education About Asia (EAA), the teaching journal of The Association for Asian Studies (AAS), is celebrating 20 years of providing assistance to professors and teachers to integrate the study of Asia into the courses they teach.

Faculty honored at annual awards banquet

The following faculty members were honored with awards at this year’s Faculty Awards Dinner.   UTAA Outstanding Teacher Awards Elizabeth Gailey, Communication Augusta Toppins, Art   UTAA Public Service Award June Hanks, Physical Therapy   SGA Outstanding Professor Awards Elizabeth Norell, Political Science Mbakisya Onyango, Engineering   Outstanding Faculty Advising Award Cheryl Robinson, Education   Outstanding Faculty Research and Creative Achievement Award Joshua Hamblen, Physics, Geology and Astronomy  

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