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149 UTC students may earn reverse transfer degrees

Many students who transferred from a Tennessee community college to pursue a bachelor’s degree may be eligible to retroactively receive the associate degree they started through the state’s new reverse transfer program.

University dedicates Copeland Conference Room

By Ashley Arnold, University Relations Intern The University has honored David and Mary Copeland with the dedication of The Copeland Conference Room in the new library. David and Mary Copeland attended the dedication on July 18 along with their family, including their daughter, Dr. Valerie Rutledge, Dean of the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies, and son in law Jack Rutledge. Also in attendance were Dr. Bryan Rowland

First PAWS Student Attending College this Fall

By Sarah Hedrick, Graduate Assistant University Relations Martavius Dunigan is part of the first class of Postsecondary Awareness with Success (PAWS) students to graduate from High School and continue to college. Dunigan was accepted into all three universities he applied to. This past summer he was anticipating the fall semester, and deciding between his top two choices: East Tennessee State University and Tennessee State University. “PAWS helped me with

UTC Theatre Company presents “Our Town”

When Thornton Wilder’s American classic debuted in 1938, the New York Times theatre critic, Brooks Atkinson, called OUR TOWN “a hauntingly beautiful play.” After seventy-five years and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the myth of Grover’s Corners continues to fill stages around the world with a remarkably fresh view of us, breathing through the hours and minutes of our lives. “The choice to produce OUR TOWN was one that

UTC Takes Back the Night from Sexual Violence on October 7

Take Back the Night is an internationally recognized event that is a visible stand against sexual violence, specifically violence against women. UTC’s third annual Take Back the Night event on October 7th will begin at 6pm at UTC’s Oak Street Amphitheater. The event is free and open to campus and community.