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Legally Blind Artist, Carmen Papalia, Featured in Marek Series

Carmen Papalia’s “How to Close Your Eyes” is currently on exhibit at the Cress Gallery in the Fine Arts Center, and is free and open to the public. The exhibit will last until December 8, with a lecture presented by the artists on Tuesday, October 27 at 5:30 p.m. in room 101 of Derthick Hall.

“Seinfeld” Composer Speaks on Campus

Jonathan Wolff, a film composer who wrote the scores for “Seinfeld” and many other television shows, spoke on Campus about his work in the television industry and provide some insight into music’s role in contemporary popular culture.

Register for the River Cities I-O Psychology Conference

The River Cities I-O Psychology (RCIO) Conference, an annual outreach and education initiative managed by UTC’s Master’s of Science program in Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology degree program, will be held on October 23 – 24 in the UTC University Center, Raccoon Mountain Room.

Founders Day features State of the University address

UTC celebrated its 129th birthday on September 16 during its annual Founders Day festivities. Chancellor Steve Angle delivered his annual State of the University address. In case you were unable to attend or view Chancellor Angle’s State of the University address, the video presentations and his speech are viewable below. If you missed the party, here’s a video memory.

Katie Koestner, founder of Take Back The Night, to address Campus

Koestner will be presenting her “No – Yes Talk” at 6:30 on September 22, in the University Center Auditorium.

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