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Sleep is vital to students’ well-being

Sleep Well, UTC hopes to alter that line of thinking in students, at least as far as sleep in concerned, and at the same time help students understand that getting enough sleep is a key to achieving those goals.

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Physical therapy graduates achieve 100% pass rate on licensing exam

Every physical therapy graduate passed the national licensing exam.

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Students present summer research projects at URaCE symposium

  URaCE Symposium When: 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28; poster session 4-5:30 p.m. followed by a mix-and-mingle session 5:30-6 p.m. Where: UTC University Center Chattanooga Room Admission: Free Information: Students that participated in the URaCE Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) and the Cadiz International Research program will be presenting the results of their research. To learn more about this year’s REU and Cadiz scholars, go to: https://www.utc.edu/research-creative-endeavor/events/summer-scholars-roster-2019.php Mark Merritt spent the summer

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College of Arts and Sciences opens ‘The Hub’ success center for students

The Hub is the new student success center designed to help the College of Arts and Science’s graduates prepare for life, both while at and after college.

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Engineering graduate heads into new ‘adventure’

Chantz Yanagida has started his own business, ELab Repairs.Chantz Yanagida graduated from UTC this spring with a degree in mechanical engineering, but the future path of his life traces back to sixth-grade, a path that includes work with local, national and international companies and organizations. He gives a lot of credit to the College of Engineering and Computer Science and its Student Success Center. “Academically, it gave me a

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