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SCEA hosts Literacy and the Arts in Common Core

Southeast Center for Education in the Arts piloted a professional development experience for K-12 arts specialists and literacy teachers. Goal: build interdisciplinary units of study which teachers then implemented with their own students.

UTC Theatre Company presents The Good Person of Setzuan

Can you be a good person in a bad world? Playwright Bertolt Brecht’s explores this question: protagonist Shen Te struggles to live harmoniously with her troublesome neighbors.

UT President Joe DiPietro takes the plunge at the ARC

DiPietro came to celebrate the progress of UT-Chattanooga’s fall sports teams with a pep rally themed luncheon for faculty and staff. Wearing a blue and gold bow tie, DiPietro expressed his love of the UTC campus.

UTC begins new Occupational Therapy program

Occupational therapy trains students to help patients perform day-to-day tasks, whether they’re recovering from injuries or have developmental or cognitive disabilities affecting their motor skills, emotions or behavior.

Cultures from around the world showcased at campus event

Students from 27 different countries were represented at a successful International Festival held recently on campus.  Approximately 600 UTC students attended and participated. “This event gave students a platform to showcase their cultures,” said Rosite George, Assistant Dean of Students, Office of Multicultural Affairs.  “Students who leave home and leave their countries behind had the chance to highlight their culture on campus.  Our international students interacted with locals students—many

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