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A summer of monkeys: ‘Absolutely this is what I want to do’

Rachel Fuller had no choice. She had to bite the baboon. “As soon as I come into that enclosure, I am the alpha.”

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MOCForward: Topics, including touchy ones, discussed at Diversity & Inclusion conference

Multiple aspects of diversity and inclusion—some on touchy topics—were presented at the inaugural Moving Our Campus (MOC) Forward: An Inclusive Excellence Conference

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Dr. Helen Eigenberg wins award for community service

Dr. Helen Eigenberg’s dedication to helping others recently earned her the Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award, an honor given by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.

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Magic, Mayhem and More: Summer courses offer unusual subjects

Summer semester is tightly compressed in terms of weeks, but you can find some off-the-beaten-path subjects.

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Redefining Tai Chi as a culture for empowerment

This modified version of the ancient martial and healing art makes Tai Chi accessible to individuals with ambulatory impairment and works to transform the wheelchair from an assistive device into a tool of empowerment.

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