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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  

Dr. Valerie Rutledge among 2015 Women of Distinction

Dr. Valerie Copeland Rutledge, Dean of the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies, was honored by the American Lung Association as a Woman of Distinction.

Dr. Cathie Smith honored with national and state awards

Dr. Cathie Smith, UC Foundation Associate Professor and Vanderbilt Professor in the UTC Department of Physical Therapy, has been elected to receive the National Association of Neonatal Therapist’s inaugural Pioneer Award for Neonatal Therapy. The award was created to honor neonatal occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech-language pathologists who have contributed tirelessly to establish and advance the specialized field of neonatal therapy. Nominations for the award were solicited from

University celebrates commencement on May 2

Approximately 1,200 graduates will walk across the stage at UTC’s commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 2, in McKenzie Arena. Graduates from the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering and Computer Science will graduate at 9:00 a.m. Graduates from the College of Business and the College of Health, Education, and Professional Studies will graduate at 1:00 p.m. For more information about commencement, visit https://www.utc.edu/records/graduation-information/. Morning commencement:

Matter of Balance Master Training offered at UTC

As the aging population in our community continues to grow, it becomes increasingly important to insure their quality of life. A Matter of Balance (MOB) addresses the threat of falling, one of the major problems of this population. MOB Master Training took place on the UTC Campus on March 16 – 17. “A lot of it is about engaging older adults in this conversation and to spread the message

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