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College students across U.S. to participate in national sales competition at UT

It’s on: The UT Invitational Sales Competition will take place Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23-24.

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Events

Director of center operating NASA’s Hubble, James Webb space telescopes to speak Feb. 22

Dr. Ken Sembach, director of the Space Telescope Science Institute, will visit UT and give a talk titled “Great Observatories, Present and Future” Thursday, Feb. 22.

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Events

Chemical sensing topic of Distinguished University Professor Lecture

Dr. Jon Kirchhoff, Distinguished University Professor and Chair of Chemistry and Biochemistry, will talk about the importance of chemical sensing in our everyday lives Thursday, Feb. 22.

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News

Trustees approve program to provide students with digital course materials

Approved by the UT Board of Trustees, a new digital textbook initiative will be available for students in two colleges this fall.

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Arts and Letters

Grammy Award-winning pianist to play Art Tatum Memorial Jazz Scholarship Concert Feb. 21

Billy Childs will take the stage of the Center for Performing Arts Recital Hall Wednesday, Feb. 21, for the Art Tatum Memorial Jazz Scholarship Concert.

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Alumni

UT Spring Engineering Career Expo Feb. 21

More than 700 UT College of Engineering students and alumni are expected to attend the Spring 2018 Engineering Career Expo Wednesday, Feb. 21.

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Events

UTPD seeks feedback on community engagement

Take a few minutes and let the UT Police Department know how its doing.

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Athletics

Inaugural Rockets’ Wine Night set for Feb. 21

See you at Rockets’ Wine Night! Fans 21 and older can sample wins at a reception before the women play Eastern Michigan Wednesday, Feb. 21.

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Arts and Letters

Stanford professor to give Summers Memorial Lecture

Dr. Roland Greene of Stanford University will discuss John Donne’s love poetry and John Milton’s “Paradise Lost” Tuesday, Feb. 20.

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Health and Human Services

UT researchers to lead 38% of Ohio’s new water quality research projects, including ‘impairment’ criteria

UT is set to receive nearly $1 million of the $3.5 million from the state of Ohio for eight research projects to address water quality and algal bloom toxicity.

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