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Two for two: Lola Oke chosen for second international program

Out of 1,200 applicants, 20 collegiate undergraduates were selected as a 2021 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program Scholar.

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Discovering the humanity and uniqueness of artist’s work

In a COVID-19 virtual environment where it has been somewhat challenging to establish camaraderie among students, Joseph Jordan had a novel concept: What if his students could go on a field trip at separate times? And as spring approached, Jordan, a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga assistant professor, had a specific location in mind for his Introduction to Humanities students: Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden. Located one hour south of

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Venturing outside their majors expands their horizons, students say

Stepping outside the comfort zone.

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First Baptist Church is the initial stop on historical visits

Telling the story of Chattanooga’s black churches.

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Event includes presentations, panels and Q&As

To see ReSEARCH Dialogues schedule and information: https://blog.utc.edu/news/2021/04/research-dialogues-schedule/ The most significant academic conference at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is back. After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, ReSEARCH Dialogues—the annual campus-wide compendium celebrating research endeavors at UTC—will be taking place in a virtual setting April 12-15. Live events will be hosted via the Symposium by ForagerOne online conference platform while presentations will be available for viewing

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