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Local high school students create art for public display

When her name was called, Lily Michel got a “Huh? You mean me?” look on her face. She’d just heard that her artistic submission was chosen as a winner in ArtSpark Goes to School, a local program that invites high school students to create art that will be placed on 20 EPB utility boxes from the North Shore to Southside. Even with her winning certificate in hand, Lily was

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UTC offers variety of youth camps this summer

In addition to summer classes for UTC students, the campus is alive with youth activities throughout the summer. Learn about all of our summer camp offerings.

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Challenger STEM Learning Center Honors 30th Anniversary of Tragedy

Challenger Learning Center staff accompanied family members to January 28 events at Arlington National Cemetery and Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex to remember the crew of Challenger shuttle flight STS-51-L on the 30th anniversary of the tragedy.

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McKee Foods Corporations gifts UTC Challenger STEM Learning Center

The UTC Challenger STEM Learning Center recently received a gift of $10,000 from the McKee Foods Corporation in support of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) educational programs. The Challenger Mission Control Center is named in honor of the late Ruth McKee, and the McKee family has been an ardent supporter of the Challenger Center since its inception in 1995 as well as the National Challenger Center in Washington

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Dr. June Scobee Rodgers to speak January 29

Dr. June Scobee Rodgers will present “Why STEM teachers are needed today more than ever” on Wednesday, January 29 at 5:30 p.m. at the Challenger STEM Learning Center on the UTC campus, located at 855 East Fifth Street.  This event is free and open to the public.

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