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Graduate Student Selected as APA Representative

Research Psychology Masters Student Tommy Coleman was recently selected as national graduate student co-representative for the American Psychological Association’s (APA) division 36, the Society for Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. With a membership of more than 122,500 professionals and students, APA is the largest professional psychology organization in the United States. The primary focus of APA’s division 36 is understanding the significance of religion and spirituality in people’s lives

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Writing & Communication Center More Than Just Writing

There’s this preconceived notion that the only people who go to the University’s writing center are those struggling through a composition paper, but our Writing and Communication Center (WCC) offers so much more. Dr. Maggie Herb recently took over as Director for the Writing and Communication Center. She’s fighting the stereotypes, and proving how the center is a resource for more than just help with papers. “In fact, we’re now called

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Library Studio Provides High Tech Creative Space

The UTC Library Studio offers a high tech creative space for faculty, staff, and students.

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Engineering students build changing table for disabled child

A group of UTC engineering students worked together to build a new changing table for a a six-year-old girl who continues to use diapers because of premature birth defects.

Student Interns at Oak Ridge National Labratories

Jackson Stone, a Computer Science major, participated in the Department of Energy Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory where he used video game development software to create interactive data visualizations.