The Southeast Center for Education in the Arts hosted its third national “Arts & Education Forum: Arts @ the Core of 21st Century Learning” at the Chattanoogan. Forum participants included 42 presenters who represented 43 organizations from 15 states and Trinidad and Tobago. National organizations included the College Board, Crayola, and the Partnership for 21st Century Skills. Local institutions included the Creative Discovery Museum and Hunter Museum, Nashville’s Tennessee…
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Carl Henderson was selected as the 2010 Beta Alpha Psi Accountant of the Year by the Eta Kappa Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi at UTC.
Graduate student Adrienne Teague has been selected to participate in the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress Fellows program based in Washington DC, which encourages participants from colleges and universities around the country to learn about leadership and governance, to share research and scholarship, develop leadership qualities and be inspired to pursue careers in public service. She is one of 85 students selected.
Sonia Rippe placed first in the Upperclassmen Division of the National Association for Teachers of Singing (NATS) Musical Theater category in the mid-south regional competition. Rippe, a native of Memphis, Tennessee who studies voice with Dr. Rebecca St. Goar, performed four songs from musicals. Rippe performed four songs from musicals meeting different time period qualifications. Her selections included: “See, I’m Smiling,” from The Last Five Years; “Bewitched,” from Pal…
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“‘If we only had the money’ are the words often used to begin a conversation about improvements needed at the University,” said Brenda Lawson, co-chair of the UT Campaign for Tennessee. She provided a campaign update for a UTC audience last week. “Time to Achieve,” UTC’s fundraising component of the UT system’s Campaign for Tennessee, is making good progress toward its $65 million goal.