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UTC students and faculty participate in Falls Prevention Awareness Day

Students and faculty informed older adults, family members, caregivers, and service providers, and demonstrated items that can be used in the home to create safer living conditions.

Nursing students take The Leap and travel to Guatemala

From May 10 – 17, The Leap, an initiative started by nursing students Katie Battani and Jenna Elliot, took a group of UTC Nursing students and faculty to Guatemala City.

DNP student travels to Hong Kong for nursing research congress

For those who study health practices, it can be easy to lose sight of global health issues and focus on local concerns. Melissa Bogle, a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) student, had an eye opening experience when she attended the 25th annual Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Honor Society of Nursing Research Congress in Hong Kong in late summer 2014.

Teachers HELP trains teachers in English learner techniques

The Teachers HELP (Helping English Language Proficiency) Summer Academy, which is a part of a five year program to offer high-quality English Learner (EL) endorsement and professional development opportunities, opened with a science lesson.

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Governor’s School for Prospective Teachers wraps 23rd year at UTC

“A box of crayons is the sun on a dreary day…”

–from the poem “A Box of Crayons”

While a box of crayons is often the tool young artists use most, a group of Youth University students at UTC learned crayons come from different places and each one’s appearance is unique, much like the people in their classroom.

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