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Seventh Annual Asia Conference discusses economics, political issues

Yasuo Saito has learned many things during his recent tour of the southern United States, but none more interesting than the meaning and pronunciation of the word, “y’all.” Saito, Former Ambassador of Japan, and a group of panelists were on campus for the Seventh Annual Introduction to Asia Conference. Sponsored by The Freeman Foundation, the UTC College of Health, Education, and Professional Studies, the Japanese government, and the Taiwan

Experienced international economist Eric Kruger joins UTC Faculty

Eric Kruger speaks five languages, has worked in forty-two states and eleven countries, and he’s UTC’s new adjunct economics professor as of January 2015. “A dream of mine was to be able to bring all of the experience that I have and be able to teach economics at UTC. That has now come true and I am both thrilled and grateful for it,” said Kruger Kruger first came to

UTC InfoSec Center earns new designation from NSA and Homeland Security

It’s stressful for consumers to learn about technology pickpockets who steal sensitive online information, wreaking havoc for government agencies, insurance companies, and department store chains.  We can’t conjure an invisible shield to protect us, but on our own campus is a regional model for promoting excellence in information security education, assisting businesses, government agencies, education institutions and industry in their information security needs.     It is The University of

Students leave UTC for Holocaust study tour, one student blogging about experience

A group of UTC students enrolled in a history course, The Holocaust: Perpetrators, Victims, and Bystanders, will take a Holocaust study tour in Poland and Germany during UTC’s spring break.

New student geology group established

To better prepare students for work in the professional field, the UTC Department of Geology has established a student chapter of the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG). The University’s chapter is only one of two in the state of Tennessee and one of 24 nationwide.

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