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Two for two: Lola Oke chosen for second international program

Out of 1,200 applicants, 20 collegiate undergraduates were selected as a 2021 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program Scholar.

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Student projects tackle ideas, innovations in multiple academic disciplines

ReSEARCH Dialogues schedule and information: URACE Research Programs 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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Discovering the humanity and uniqueness of artist’s work

In a COVID-19 virtual environment where it has been somewhat challenging to establish camaraderie among students, Joseph Jordan had a novel concept: What if his students could go on a field trip at separate times? And as spring approached, Jordan, a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga assistant professor, had a specific location in mind for his Introduction to Humanities students: Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden. Located one hour south of

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Venturing outside their majors expands their horizons, students say

Stepping outside the comfort zone.

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Artwork from 30 seniors in the Institute of Contemporary Art

2021 BFA Senior Thesis Exhibiting Artists Show 1, April 6-16 Ethan Brincefield Mckenzie Brown Alize Henson Jamie Highlander Katie Kricko Ana Leonard Brianna Litchfield Ashlee Mellencamp Lauren Nichols Elizabeth O’Guin Emma Petrochko Auriel Reel Elizabeth Wheeler Meagan Williams Lauren Williamson  Show 2, April 20-30 Larkin Cook Quin Crumb Kyle Cumberton Aaliyah Garnett Lacey Hamann Jonathan Howe Lilith Jackson Priss Jenkins Raegan Maddox Noah Marlowe Jennifer Morrissey Stephanie Swart Olivia

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