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Knox High School Students Experience College Life at UT Summer Institute

Students from Austin-East and Fulton High Schools this month studied cancer genetic markers; science, technology, engineering, and math education; and written and verbal communications as part of the UT-Project GRAD Summer Institute. The weeklong residential program, taught by UT faculty, invited 130 rising juniors and seniors to experience what it was like to live, eat, and attend classes on a college campus.

Program Gives High School Students Inside Look into Engineering

Cameron Rios and Christine Garcia, ninth grade participants, design Solar Ovens for CURENT Engineering Design in 2012.

Thirty-two rising ninth-grade students from Tennessee and surrounding states will get an up-close look at the challenges and marvels of the engineering field from engineering faculty and professionals during the College of Engineering’s Engineering Volunteers for Ninth Graders program. The program takes place from June 23 to 28 on campus.

Middle School Girls Take an Adventure in STEM at CURENT

CURENT hosted its second annual Adventures in STEM summer camp which brought twenty middle school girls from all around the state to UT. The week was filled with science, technology, mathematics, and engineering projects.

UT’s One Stop Express Student Services Opens Today

One Stop Express Student Services

The new One Stop Express Student Services center is now open. One Stop will make students’ business transactions with UT easier by bringing most enrollment, registration, financial aid, and payment services into one location staffed by counselors and equipped with the latest technology.

McClung Museum Celebrates Fiftieth Anniversary with Community Bash June 1

The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary with games, a scavenger hunt, and other family-friendly activities from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Saturday, June 1. The birthday celebration, which is free and open to the public, marks fifty years since the museum’s official dedication on June 1, 1963.

UT Libraries Digitizes Maryville Physician’s Panoramic Photos of the Smokies

Elgin Kintner

During the 1960s and 1970s, Maryville physician Elgin P. Kintner often hiked into the Great Smoky Mountains and captured the breathtaking views with his camera. The public can now enjoy those photos too, courtesy of the UT Libraries. The library staff has transformed them into an online digital collection.

Free Health Fair for UT Community on April 3

From allergy testing and weight management to answers to your medical questions, the UT community will have a place to go to get free help—with or without insurance—on April 3. The College of Nursing is joining forces with the Student Health Center and UT Medical Center for HealthBeat 2013, a free health fair for UT students, faculty, staff, retirees, and their families. The health fair will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. A variety of screenings and tests will be provided, and information booths will be set up with representatives from various health care organizations and UT departments.