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Interior Design students reimagine historic city buildings

In a partnership with Cornerstones, Inc., a non-profit historic preservation organization, students from the UTC Department of Interior Design worked with local architects and designers on plans to reimagine several historic downtown buildings. The project was part of the curriculum for Interior Design 4151, a senior level class. Two of the student winners—Meredith Feira and Hanna Durham—reimagined the Tadley Building, located on corner of Douglas Street and Martin Luther

Student groups offer valuable community service

The Lambda Iota chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated, and The Alpha Iota chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity kicked off the inaugural Kans for a Kause Food Drive this month, to address the rising number of people within the region who struggle with hunger.  This student-led food drive continues in the UTC University Center each Monday until November 6, where everyone can contribute non-perishable food items.  All the

Student design wins ‘Moc My Ride’ contest

Be on the lookout for bikes wrapped in UTC student Mikey Clavin’s design.

Computer science and electrical engineering students participate in Maker Faire

Dr. Craig Tanis and students took the blue and gold to “the Greatest Show (and Tell) on earth.”

Fall Career Day features 88 exhibitors

88 different exhibitors met with students and alumni about full time and part time positions, internships, and graduate school.

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