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Twenty Years to Life

Dr. David Ross recently provided expert testimony in a case in Missouri that led to freedom for a man who had been charged with murder and imprisoned for twenty years.  Ross, UC Foundation Professor in the Department of Psychology at UTC, was assisted by graduate students Joe Jones and Dominick Adkinson.  The story was covered in Tennessee Alumnus.

Faculty author’s book “Thrown” earns critical acclaim

When Kerry Howley attended her first cage fights, she sometimes thought “I can’t look, I can’t look!” but later decided “I can’t look away.” Her interest began when she was pursuing her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Iowa, located in a state where many men who wrestled in high school later become cage fighters. She was drawn into the fights on television during the moments

Kizza wins Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship for Ugandan Project

Dr. Joseph Kizza has been named to the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (ADF) to provide “Teaching, Mentoring and Graduate Research Supervision to Strengthen the Digital Forensics Program” at the Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU). Kizza, Professor and Head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, will leave for Uganda in June 2015, stay for seven weeks and return to the United States in August. ADF is open

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.

University community honors Luther Masingill

Dr. Betsy Alderman, Head of the UTC Department of Communication, remembers local broadcasting legend Luther Masingill. Known simply as “Luther,” Masingill began his decades-long career at Engel Stadium and was on air during both the attacks on Pearl Harbor and on September 11. He passed away at the age of 92 on October 20, 2014. Alderman holds a professorship at UTC named after Masingill.  Watch the video to hear

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