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Dr. David Ross sought as expert in eyewitness testimony

Psychology professor and graduate students assist in overturning conviction in Missouri Anthony Williams was 14 years old when he attended a middle school dance in St. Louis City, Missouri, where another middle school student was later shot and killed.  First a fight broke out during the dance, and then after the dance, in the dark outside the building, gunshots were fired.  One witness recalled standing with Williams at that

Online portal created for First Year Reading Experience

The Postmortal, this year’s First Year Reading Experience (FYRE) selection, raises questions about the ethics and the consequences of a cure for aging. UTC’s FYRE committee created an online portal for students and the campus community.

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ThinkAchieve course offers experiential learning in San Salvador, Bahamas

Leah Keith-Houle’s Red Bank High School students are learning to map with a purpose. Unlike most mappers who are white males between 30-45 years old, Keith-Houle’s students are often young black women and men who are 16 years old. They tested their skills when they formed a Humanitarian Outreach Team (HOT) for OpenStreetMap (OSM). With this open source program, they’ve mapped Padang, Indonesia, for tsunami preparedness and Washington, Illinois, for tornado first responders.

Sigma Kappa at UTC wins prestigious national award

Sigma Kappa at UTC was recently recognized as one of two chapters in the nation to achieve the highest ranking on the sorority’s Standards of Excellence. UTC’s Theta Phi chapter was awarded three stars for the highest level of achievement in academic performance, leadership, enhancement, skill development, and a variety of other aspects.

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If you are unable to find an open seat in a required course for fall 2014, make a request via the Center for Advisement and Student Success online course request form.

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