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Helping in Houston during Hurricane Harvey

Meghan Duggan’s voice wavers and she turns her head away, composing herself. Normally talkative and engaging, Duggan, a UTC graduate ’16 with a master’s of science in nursing, tries to describe her feelings as she watches Hurricane Irma bear down on South Florida. A certified registered nurse anesthetist at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, she’s suffering a painful case of déjà vu only days after Hurricane Harvey blasted through her

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Community of caring Mocs: UTC Fresh Check Day, encouraging open dialogues on mental health

“We think that when it comes to mental health, there’s something we can change,’ Hurst says. “But when it’s someone with an illness like Alzheimer’s, we recognize the brain as an organ and as an organ that’s under attack. So, they’re the same things. We just have different emotional responses and attitudes towards them.”

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English professor heads to Zimbabwe on Fulbright Fellowship

This past spring, Dr. James Arnett, Assistant Professor of English, landed in Zimbabwe to start his journey as a Fulbright scholar.

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Co-founder of Angie’s List, Dr. H. Rao Unnava, speaks at UTC

Dr. H. Rao Unnava, dean of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management and a co-founder of Angie’s List, spoke at UTC on Friday, Sept. 1.

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Experience women of color in psychology: I Am Psyched! exhibit to visit campus Sept 5-7

The American Psychological Association’s (APA) I Am Psyched! Is a multimedia pop-up exhibit featuring the history and contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology.

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