Four UTC students selected for the Volkswagen Distinguished Scholars Program learned a lot during their summer research internships. The program is funded by Volkswagen Chattanooga and managed by Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) on behalf of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).
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Two children with autism at East Ridge Elementary School can now have a little fun while working on their motor skills. Thanks to a group of UTC engineering students, the children have a tricycle with a blinking, motion-activated light.
Thanks to a group of UTC engineering students, a class at Hixson Elementary has a great new piece of playground and therapy equipment. An outdoor music center, comprised of a series of tubes and large metal “drums” provides students in the Comprehensive Development Class (CDC) a great option for musical therapy and education sessions.
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By Zach Taylor, University Relations Student Writer While chimpanzees and dolphins are regularly considered the animal kingdom’s most intelligent creatures, crows may have something to say about that—literally.
For the first time, three-year-old Aiden can now safely climb out of his high chair all on his own thanks to a group of UTC students built the boy the custom chair as part of a final project in an engineering class.