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UTC elephant psychology expert Dr. Preston Foerder quoted on NBC News

UTC’s own resident elephant psychology expert, Dr. Preston Foerder, was recently quoted on NBC News regarding elephants’ unusual sleep patterns.

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Faculty Profile: Nicole Brown

In this Faculty Profile, UTC TV Studio talks to Nicole Brown, a professor in the Department of Communication.

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Celebrate diversity at Foreign Language Week

Join the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures for a nature and language hike, evening of poetry and flash fiction, movie night, and more exciting opportunities to learn about other languages and cultures.

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How ARRO arose: the tale of a graphic novel’s creation

The year is 2032, and much of the southeastern United States can best be described as a post-apocalyptic wilderness. According to the story’s overview, most of North America had been wiped away in 2029 by a gene-altering disease in the drinking water. A team of researchers working for a large global initiative called the American Research and Recovery Organization – better known as ARRO – travels across the southeastern

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Decoda Cello presents community engagement through music

The Decoda Cello Quartet, highly accomplished musicians who perform and participate in community enrichment and educational projects, presented a workshop on community engagement through music and arts on Friday, January 20 in Cadek Recital Hall.

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