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Mocs complete summer internships

As exams begin and papers are due for students, it may seem like summer is a distant memory. But not so long ago, these Mocs used their summers to get to work at internships and experiential learning projects.

UTC students, faculty, staff can contribute to Sequoya Review

Is one of the items on your bucket list to become a published writer or artist? UTC undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff have that opportunity—submit original creative work to the Sequoya Review Literary Arts Magazine. Deadline for submissions for the 2015 edition is September 30, 2014.  Submissions received after the deadline will be included into the submission process for the next annual issue of the Sequoya Review.

Focusing on student success

Part two of our interview with Chancellor Steve Angle Chancellor Steven Angle recently sat down with UTC graduate student Cheryl Toomey to discuss his first year at UTC and his vision for the future of the campus. How do you try to keep in touch with the student population, their needs and concerns, while Chancellor? We’re here for students, we ought to be listening to them.  They have good

Focusing on student success

Chancellor Angle draws from personal experience to lead campus

Engineering students create unique tandem bike

Christopher’s mom was delighted to hear her son say “Again, again!” when she took him for his first bike ride in his new car seat, outfitted by first year engineering students who were challenged with creating this assistive device. Keith Schaal, Tyler Medley, Tanner Askren, Amanda Wade, and Jake Dedeker attached a donated car seat to the front of a donated bicycle and created a safe way for the

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