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Students use video games to predict real-life football games

Playing video games may sound like something students do when they are procrastinating, but for students in Dr. Aldo McLean’s class, the games were an integral part of a class experiment.

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Engineering students volunteer for Habitat for Humanity

 By Megan Davis, University Relations Intern Dr. Will Sutton, Dean of College of Engineering and Computer Science, challenged student organizations in the College of Engineering and Computer Science to engage in community service projects that directly impact citizens in Chattanooga.  The student chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) responded and volunteered for Habitat for Humanity.

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Mocs Express Makeover: UTC Edition

By Chatrice Barnes, University Relations Intern There’s nothing like going to a UTC pep rally or sporting event and seeing the iconic Mocs Express Train filled with giveaways, music and fun. The train has been in the UTC family for three years, and it needed a little special attention.  A group of UTC engineering students came to the rescue!

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Students create sensory mural for Blythe Bower Elementary School

For several UTC engineering students, helping others also meant helping themselves. Creating a bridge and colorful mural for pre-kindergarten (pre-k) students at Blythe Bower Elementary School in Cleveland, Tennessee gave the engineering students new skills and a new perspective.

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Engineering students build projection cart for Orange Grove Center

A kaleidoscope may sound like just a toy, but for students at the Orange Grove Center the spinning colors provide a therapeutic effect. With the assistance of a projector, teachers use the kaleidoscope for sensory therapy. In an effort to make the projector more mobile and easier to use, a group of UTC engineering students went to task and constructed a cart.

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