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Annual event brings people close to nature — or nature close to people

The Virtual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage brings experts to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where they lead about 200 nature-related events

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Professor wins American Psychology Association teaching award

Alexandra Zelin, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, was recently awarded the American Psychology Association (APA) Mary Roth Walsh Teaching the Psychology of Women award. The annual award’s namesake was a pioneer in promoting the psychology of women and founder of the Teaching the Psychology of Women Institute. “Dr. Alex Zelin is an outstanding educator, researcher and, most importantly, person,” said Brian O’Leary, head

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Alum wants to help you RVIVE day-to-day living

RVIVE is available at the App Store and Google Play. “How is your mood today?” It sounds like the first question a therapist—physical or mental—might ask at the beginning of a session. But generally speaking, a living, breathing therapist doesn’t then hold up signs with emojis expressing “Happy” on one end and “Stressed” on the other, with “Unsure,” “Tired” “Anxious” and others in between. RVIVE does. “It incorporates how

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UTC alum chosen as Hamilton County Principal of the Year

Brent Eller planned on following in his older brother’s footsteps when he first began attending the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. A career as a history teacher and a basketball coach seemed like a noble calling.

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Senior engineering students turn attention to solutions for coronavirus equipment

Jody Brown and fellow student Brach Burdick are coming up with concepts to make filters for masks similar to the N95 respirator masks now in short supply nationwide for health care workers.

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