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Golf outing to raise scholarship funds for College of Law

Hit the links Friday, June 9, and help raise funds for the John W. Stoepler Memorial Scholarship.

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Business and Innovation

Engineering classmates win first-place prize in 2017 business plan competition

A team of five engineering students took home the $10,000 prize in this year’s Business Innovation Competition. Read about their winning idea.

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Events

Retirement reception June 1 for senior VP of student affairs

Stop by Thursday, June 1, and share well wishes with Dr. Kaye M. Patten, senior vice president of student affairs, who is retiring.

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Arts and Letters

Department of Art to present two workshops June 5-9

Manga/Anime and Wizard School will be explored in two summer workshops offered by the UT Department of Art Monday through Friday, June 5-9.

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Law

Law student named finalist in American Constitution Society writing competition

Ashley Blas was named one of seven finalist in the American Constitution Society’s National Student Writing Competition.

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Dana Cancer Center

Public invited to skin cancer awareness event at UTMC

Learn about skin cancer awareness and treatment at a free event Thursday, May 25, at UT’s Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center.

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Features

UT class to investigate mock crime scene at park May 23

Sixteen UT students taking Criminal Forensics and Trial Practice will investigate a mock crime scene at Wildwood Preserve Metropark Tuesday, May 23.

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News

West entrance to Main Campus to close for construction

The West Towerview Boulevard and Secor Road entrance to Main Campus is scheduled to be closed for repair from Wednesday, May 24.

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Health and Human Services

UTMC nurse named ‘Champion for Children’

Katie Bush, UT sexual assault nurse examiner, has received the Cullen Champion for Children Award from the Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center.

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Arts and Letters

New dean selected to lead College of Arts and Letters

Charlene Gilbert will return to the University to become the dean of the College of Arts and Letters in July.

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