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Engineering students design sensory wall for child

A group of UTC students took on the challenge of creating a sensory wall designed to stimulate and encourage practicing balance and coordination for a six-year-old girl who was born with premature birth defects.

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Study in Paris this summer

Experience four unforgettable weeks in Paris and earn up to ten general education credit hours, July 1-31. Act now! Space is limited.

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Mocs participate in mock presidential debate

Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce’s Downtown Council hosted a UTC mock presidential debate. Communications Department Fellow in Residence and former CNN White House Correspondent Dan Lothian provided critiques and insights to the students turned presidential hopefuls after their public performance.

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Health Services for Students Only Steps Away

You might be away from home, and from mom pestering you to get that annual flu shot, but UTC has your back when you’re not feeling well. Student Health Services (SHS) has partnered with Physical Therapy (PT) and Health and Human Performance (HHP) to offer new health options. PT assessments and care are now available by appointment on Tuesdays 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. and Thursdays 1 – 5

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Sheyann Webb to share her experiences as the “Smallest Freedom Fighter”

In 1964, 8-year-old Selma, Alabama resident Sheyann Webb saw something that changed her life forever. On her way to school, she saw a crowd of blacks and whites standing together, an unusual site in the South at the time. Instead of going to school, she followed the crowd to the Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church, and as a result attended her very first meeting of the Civil Rights Movement. Dr.

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