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Perry sees both good and bad in the internet

If You Go What: MLK Day 2020 Keynote Address by Steve Perry When: 10:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 24 Where: UTC University Center Auditorium How much: Free Information: https://www.drsteveperry.org Steve Perry poses a question: Since Martin Luther King Jr. was violently denounced for his civil rights work in the 1960s, what do you think would happen to him today on the internet? He has an instant answer. “Dr. King would’ve

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Local high school students create art for public display

When her name was called, Lily Michel got a “Huh? You mean me?” look on her face. She’d just heard that her artistic submission was chosen as a winner in ArtSpark Goes to School, a local program that invites high school students to create art that will be placed on 20 EPB utility boxes from the North Shore to Southside. Even with her winning certificate in hand, Lily was

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Eliminating errors: Noelle Currey makes TVA testing more efficient

  Previous winners Other UTC graduates have been in the running for the Ike Zeringue Engineer of the Year Award Engineer of the Year; two have won. For the 2019 award, three graduates were in the running: Nick McClung, bachelor’s in civil engineering in 2008. Tamatha Womack, bachelor’s in engineering in 1998; master in electrical and electronics engineering in 2008. Marjorie Parsons, bachelor’s in electrical engineering in 1999. She

New rooms offer students the chance to decompress, be calm

Video: www.utc.edu/sensory-rooms A photo gallery of the various elements in the sensory rooms is at the bottom of the story. The room in Johnson Obear apartments was empty. Only bare walls and empty, carpeted floors. And ceiling tiles. Routinely known as “popcorn tiles,” because their texture is bumpy and lumpy. Students from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Mosaic program, which helps students with Autism spectrum disorders, looked around

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Kaylin Underwood wins HatchIt competition with food allergy app

Hatchit Judges Marco Perez,  vice president of operations for LaunchTN, which provides funding support to organizations that offer entrepreneurship programming in rural and under-served communities. “It is important to stress that there were a lot of great pitches and business ideas. Regarding Kaylin, there were two main draws that made me vote her to the top. 1. Her idea made sense right away. I understood the problem and the

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