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Professor elected to American Psychological Association’s Council of Representatives

Dr. Nicky Ozbek, UTC Professor of Psychology, was elected to the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Council of Representatives. According to the APA website, the Council of Representatives is the organization’s legislative body, speaking for the association’s 137,000 members and affiliates “on matters advancing psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting health, education, and human welfare.” “Dr. Ozbek is an outstanding colleague and accomplished

Women’s Leadership Academy

The Women’s Leadership Academy is an annual training on principles of feminist leadership. It’s an exciting opportunity to learn about collaborative leadership and an opportunity to get to know fellow UTC students.

UTC hosts free conference for high school and college students offering FAFSA assistance

“College Goal Tennessee 2015: Navigating Your Success” is for high school & college students, parents, and educators. Conference begins 8:30 am, Saturday, Jan. 31

Join UTC ElderScholars and learn about the history of TVA on January 13

TVA was created to improve river navigability, provide flood control, reforest and improve marginal land, assist industrial and agricultural development, and provide electric power to rural areas.

Executive Women International supports Jean Bradford Memorial Scholarship recipients

Tina Clevenger says it wasn’t too long ago that her young teenagers had no plans to go to college.  The single mom, who had not attended college herself, says her children would talk with her about the kinds of jobs they would pursue after high school. When Clevenger’s marriage ended after 18 years, she enrolled at UTC and began to pursue a business degree with a concentration in management. 

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