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We Care Now: Student podcast about the lynching of local man leaves no stone unturned

UTC students chose to tell Ed Johnson’s story in their serial podcast titled, “We Care Now: A Podcast for Ed Johnson.”

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‘I’m going to show all these people that they can do it,’ Lawson says

Playing defensive back on the Mocs football team for four years didn’t prevent Jerrell Lawson from earning an MBA.

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Bad decisions inspire Steve Talley to turn his life around

After stint in prison, Steve Talley turns his life around, and earns a bachelor’s degree.

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Student projects tackle ideas, innovations in multiple academic disciplines

ReSEARCH Dialogues schedule and information: https://blog.utc.edu/news/2021/04/research-dialogues-schedule/ URACE Research Programs https://bit.ly/3mJXRbF Korede Ajumobi has some advice for students conducting research: Embrace failure because you probably are, at least, at first. “Failure is very good. Failure is your best friend, actually,” he said. If one hypothesis doesn’t pan out, you can dump it and move on to something that might work, said Ajumobi, one of the first presenters at the virtual

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Venturing outside their majors expands their horizons, students say

Andrew Reynolds and Leanah Chestnut step outside their majors to learn business knowledge.

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