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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.   Whether you are one semester away from graduation or an incoming freshman, the Center for Advisement and Student Success aims to be responsive to students’ needs. By providing this feedback, you will help to make adjustments to

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A new look for Zachary’s exercise train

Engineering Students

A 12-year old boy with multiple developmental, speech, and feeding delays in Soddy Daisy needed to exercise on a climbing structure at his home, but his parents said it wasn’t very interesting or fun to use.  A group of UTC engineering students in Dr. Cecelia Wigal’s first year Design Project class discovered Zachary loves trains, so they designed a new look for the climbing structure.  The design was topped

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Local high school students visit UTC TV Studio

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Lights, camera, action! Local high school students got a chance to film their own mock talk show at the UTC TV Studio. The students are on campus as part of The University’s Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) initiative.

Teachers HELP trains teachers in English learner techniques

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The Teachers HELP (Helping English Language Proficiency) Summer Academy, which is a part of a five year program to offer high-quality English Learner (EL) endorsement and professional development opportunities, opened with a science lesson.

Lupton Library exhibit: an assassination and the beginning of WWI

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On June 28, 1914, the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in Sarajevo, an action that lit the fuse for the beginning of World War I. To mark this historic event, the Lupton Library has an exhibit on display until July 15th. Visitors are welcome to view it during the library’s regular hours. The exhibit was arranged at the suggestion of Dr. Aaron Shaheen, UC Foundation Associate Professor of English.

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