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Understanding pregnancy discrimination

Peggy Young was working part-time as a delivery driver for United Parcel Service in 2006 when she became pregnant. Though her job description required that she be able to lift 70 lbs, she could lift no more than 20 lbs during her pregnancy. She asked UPS for accommodations, either temporary desk work or assistance lifting heavy packages. UPS argued that Young didn’t meet their criteria for light duty and required her to take unpaid leave. In 2008, she filed a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit, which was heard by the Supreme Court in 2014.

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UTC Hosts Annual Faculty Award Dinner

UTC recently recognized the contributions and achievements of our outstanding faculty at the annual Faculty Awards Dinner.

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Engineering Management Students Tour Amazon Fulfillment Center

Eighteen engineering students recently had the opportunity to tour the local fulfillment center of e-commerce giant Amazon as a part of Logistics Management and Value Engineering, Engineering Management Design, and Material Management courses.

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UTC Theatre presents “Evita”

UTC Theatre brings Evita to life April 19-23. UTC Theatre Company presents acclaimed Evita in the Dorothy Hackett Ward Theatre, Fine Arts Center. The show will run April 19-23 at 7:30 P.M. with an additional 2 P.M. matinee on April 23.

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8th Annual Introduction to Asia Conference sets sights on Korean and Japanese culture

As the keynote speaker, Republic of Korea Consul General Seong-jin Kim will explore the relationship between the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and the U.S. UTC’s Takeo Suzuki will present “Japanese Culture Now and Then: From Samurai to Pokemon.”

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