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Catching up with SGA President Robert Fisher

Most UTC students stay busy in fall semester, but Student Government Association President Robert Fisher became known as a master of time management to conquer his schedule. Fisher, a Brock Scholar, works with his team leaders in SGA to affect positive change. He also began his tenure on the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC), serving as the student representative of the University of Tennessee System; he visited Washington D.C. as a Presidential Fellow with the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress (CSPC); and he was appointed to a leadership position on the UT Advocacy Council Oversight Committee by UT President Joe DiPietro.

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Construction Management student team scores well in competition

A team of UTC Construction Management Competition Team students bested teams from Virginia Tech, Auburn, Mississippi State, and University of Florida in the “Site Logistics” portion of the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) and the Associated General Contractors (AGC) Region II (Southeast Region) Student Competition in Peachtree City, Georgia.  The competition was held in November 2013.

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School of Education earns recognition

The UTC School of Education is ranked among Tennessee’s best education degree programs by the Online College Database Directory of U.S. Colleges. 

Professor’s article published in prestigious journal

Dr. Aaron Shaheen, literally “jumped for joy” upon receiving the news his article would be published in the prestigious academic journal of the Modern Language Association.

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New Women’s Studies scholarship rewards academic achievement

The Women’s Studies Department has awarded two students who have achieved academic excellence in the major the new Felicia Sturzer Scholarship. Students with an overall GPA of 3.0 and a 3.5 GPA in Women’s Studies who have taken at least 15 hours of Women’s Studies courses are be eligible.

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