Blog Archives

This poet writes children’s books

Laurel Snyder thought she had her future mapped out before she started at UTC. She was going to be a poet. She had always been a poet. But she also harbored a secret love for children’s books. After graduating from UTC with a degree in humanities, Snyder decided to turn her secret passion into her job. She’s now a published author of more than a dozen books, many written for children.

Tagged with:

Winners named for UT Alumni Association awards

Four faculty members at UTC have been named as exceptional educators by the UT Alumni Association.

Tagged with:

Professor reflects on teaching and learning in Zimbabwe

An interesting conversation with a local man, a visit to a national park and thoughts on Black History Month are a few of the things on the mind of UTC English professor James Arnett during his time in Zimbabwe.

Tagged with:

Magazine of Southern perspectives, ‘Catalpa,’ calls for pitches and submissions

Unexpected, unconventional, unorthodox are some of the words used to describe a new publication from the graduate program of UTC’s English department. Titled Catalpa the publication was inspired by online and print magazines like Bitter Southerner, Oxford American and Orion.

Tagged with:

Celebration of African-American Artists, The Legacy Show comes to UTC

Violinist Tami Lee Hughes conceived, created and performs the innovative program featuring African-American artists through music, poetry and visual images.

Tagged with:
Categories