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Student interns at Causeway to help Chattanooga grow

Jaya Todai

For Jaya Todai, Chattanooga isn’t just a city, it’s a center of people she loves and admires, and she wants to have a part in helping it grow. That’s what interested her in the internship position at Causeway.

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HHP professor invited to prestigious summer institute

Nursing student checking blood pressure

Tucson, Arizona, will see an influx of blue and gold this summer when Dr. Shewanee Howard-Baptiste, UTC Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance, attends the Summer Institute in Advanced Health Disparities next month. Sponsored by the National Institute of Health (NIH), the prestigious program is the part of institute’s initiative to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research (PRIDE-AHD). The PRIDE-AHD Program is an all-expense paid summer

UTC students to begin 2015 LeaderShape Institute®

LeaderShape

A new group of UTC students will build teams, develop lifelong leadership skills, create a vision for the future and lead with integrity as the Division of Student Development and the Dean of Students Office offer the 2015 LeaderShape Institute®–“six intense days of dialogue and interactive self-discovery in a supportive Learning Community,” and the flagship program from the nationally recognized nonprofit organization LeaderShape, Inc. “Students who participate in LeaderShape

Engineering students qualify for nationals in chemical engineering competition

Chem-E Car

A student team from the Chemical Engineering Department at UTC took second place in an alternative-fuels vehicle competition in Clearwater, Florida. UTC was one of the smallest schools in the competition at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Southeastern Conference hosted by the University of South Florida. Twenty one engineering schools from the Southeastern region participated in the competition. The UTC team placed higher than University of Alabama,

Kluesner receives Dona Sparger Professional Service Award

Dr. Bryon Kleusner

Dr. Bryon Kluesner received the award at the Tennessee Association on Higher Education and Disability (TN-AHEAD) 2015 Spring Conference. Kluesner is the Adaptive Technology Coordinator in the UTC Disability Resource Center.

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