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UTC makes national list for ‘Best Disability Friendly Colleges and Universities’

“We do many things above what is required because we are passionate about the work we do and we are so proud to have been included in this list. There are so many schools that do really tremendous work and it is nice to be recognized publicly.”

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Sharing a passion for international health and wellness from China to the White House

For the past academic year Dr. Gary Liguori, Department Head, Health and Human Performance, had a packed schedule that included a flight to Wuhan, China where he presented at the Global Fitness Summit, and a trip to the White House for a meeting with Michelle Obama as part of her “Let’s Move” initiative..

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Arbor Day celebrates Professor Collins’s preservation of University’s natural heritage

“When we started all of this, what we wanted was the outside of the Campus to reflect the excellence that goes on inside the classroom and the labs…”

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Professor awarded prestigious Carnegie Fellowship partners with University in Tanzania

Dr. Mbakisya Onyango, Assistant Professor, Civil and Chemical Engineering, is currently working with Mbeya University of Science and Technology (MUST) in Tanzania after receiving a fellowship through the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program.

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O’Dea receives national award from American College of Physicians

Dr Gregory O’Dea, Associate Dean of the Honors College and UC Foundation Professor of English at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, has been awarded The Nicholas E. Davies Memorial Scholar Award from the American College of Physicians.

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