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Finalists named for UT CFO position

Open forums are scheduled for the finalists vying for the UT executive vice president of finance and administration and chief financial officer.

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Campus master plan scenarios being developed to share with campus fall semester

The UT master planning team will continue to collect input over the summer and share proposals in the fall.

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Events

Budding conservation biologists go birding at Warbler Capital of the World

Black Swamp Bird Observatory Research Director Mark Shieldcastle showed an American goldfinch to UT students before it was banded.

UT environmental science students took a field trip to the Black Swamp Bird Observatory at Magee Marsh State Wildlife Area in Ottawa County right before the Biggest Week in American Birding, May 6-15.

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Business and Innovation

Bloomberg ranks College of Business in top 100 best undergrad schools

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When it comes to undergraduate business schools, the UT College of Business and Innovation is No. 96 in the country, according to Bloomberg.

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Events

Spring plant sale through April 29 at Wolfe Hall

Plant Sale 2016

Looking to add some vegetables, herbs or native flowers to your garden this spring? Check out the Department of Environmental Sciences’ plant sale this week.

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Events

UT invites public to Stranahan Arboretum’s 50th anniversary celebration on Arbor Day

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UT will celebrate Stranahan Arboretum’s 50th anniversary on Arbor Day, Friday, April 29, with several events, including a tree planting ceremony.

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Events

Service recognition and staff awards set for May 3

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An event celebrating employees’ years of service at the University and outstanding workers will be held Tuesday, May 3.

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Business and Innovation

Pacemaker Awards to honor local couple, outstanding UT business students

Kathleen Hanley

For the first time, the UT College of Business and Innovation’s Pacemaker Award will be given to a couple, Kathleen and Michael Hanley.

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Engineering

From robots to recycling, UT engineering students to debut senior projects to public

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Check out the projects designed by UT students at the College of Engineering senior design expo, which will be held Friday, April 29.

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Athletics

Women’s golfer becomes first Rocket in school history to earn spot in NCAA Regional

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UT senior Sathika Ruenreong is one of six players selected to play in an NCAA regional hosted by the University of Alabama. She is the first Rocket in the women’s golf program to compete in an NCAA event.

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