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From internships to student achievements to recognition of The University of Tampa faculty and institution as a whole, the following is a running archive of UT press releases, called News Articles, and feature stories, noted as UT Life.

Posted January 17, 2018 in News

On Tuesday, Jan. 23, The University of Tampa will welcome entrepreneur, investor, bestselling author and tech media personality Randi Zuckerberg as part of the Lowth Entrepreneurship Center’s Today’s Entrepreneurial Women speaker series.

The program, which will be held in Plant Hall, Fletcher Lounge, will run from 1–2 p.m., followed by a networking reception from 2–3 p.m. The program will be moderated by Rebecca White, director of UT’s Lowth Entrepreneurship Center.

Posted January 16, 2018 in News

The leaders of Tampa General Hospital, Fitlife Foods and Tampa Electric are slated to speak at the next Business Network Symposium at The University of Tampa on Tuesday, Jan. 23. The event, which is free and open to the public, begins with a continental breakfast at 7:15 a.m. with the program running from 7:45–9 a.m. on the ninth floor of the Vaughn Center, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd.

Posted January 16, 2018 in News

University of Tampa students, faculty and staff will honor the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service to the Tampa Bay community on Saturday, Jan. 20.

“Through the PEACE Volunteer Center’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service students get the opportunity to celebrate Dr. King’s dedication to activism by participating in community service in the Tampa Bay area,” said Liz Ho Sing Loy-Keiler ’19, a student coordinator in UT’s PEACE Volunteer Center.

Posted January 16, 2018 in News

On Tuesday, Jan. 23, The University of Tampa will welcome (forte)pianist Mike Cheng-Yu Lee, whose performances have been described as “absolutely radiant, a lesson in refinement mixed with deep devotion” (Herald Times, Bloomington, IN). The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values and is free and open to the public.

Lee will perform Mozart’s Sonata in C majorK. 330, Haydn’s Sonata in C major, Hob. XVI: 48 and Beethoven’s Sonata in C-sharp minor “quasi una Fantasia,” Op. 27, No. 2

Posted January 12, 2018 in UT Life

It just might be the most comprehensive, far-reaching learning experience UT students have during their time on campus. Yet, most students probably don’t even know they’re learning anything.

When classes end for the day, students are quick to head to their residence hall rooms to relax, study or socialize. Mid-day naps and caffeine-fueled cram sessions, as well as generational variations of impromptu dance parties, hanging out and binge TV watching will always be a part of on campus living.

Yet today, more than ever, at UT’s residential curriculum, Spartan Living, includes Spartan Ready competencies self-awareness, interpersonal abilities, life skills, teamwork and global engagement, which are at the foundation of every students’ residence life activities … whether they know it or not.

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