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This poet writes children’s books

Laurel Snyder thought she had her future mapped out before she started at UTC. She was going to be a poet. She had always been a poet. But she also harbored a secret love for children’s books. After graduating from UTC with a degree in humanities, Snyder decided to turn her secret passion into her job. She’s now a published author of more than a dozen books, many written for children.

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No-frills journey: Students conduct research on remote island

On the Bahamian island of San Salvador, students conducted scientific experiments and mingled with the island’s residents.

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A bird’s eye view: students study local tree swallows

UTC students are teaming up with researchers from Cornell Lab of Ornithology to examine tree swallows in a nationwide study.

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Program uses art to help med students deal with stress

The Art of Balance and Diagnosis program is designed to help medical students touch base with their emotions, to drain some of the stress, and help them be better doctors.

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Industrial-Organizational master’s program ranks as one of nation’s best

UTC’s industrial-organizational psychology master’s has been rising since its inception in 1975, but it recently hit the stratosphere. In three separate ranking studies of American and Canadian graduate programs, UTC ranked in the Top 10 in eight out of nine categories, hitting No. 1 or No. 2 in three.