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Building Experience
Blake is working on new treatments for Sickle Cell Disease at the U of M.
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All in the Family
For the Richardsons, the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law has helped spawn generations of legislators and lawyers.
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Breaking Down Barriers
A new U of M clinic works with interpreters and students to diagnose disorders or language difficulties in medical settings.
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The Smallest User
The U of M Department of Journalism engages students in a neighborhood-based energy-efficiency initiative.
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UTeach MEmphis
The U of M is training the next generation of Math and Science teachers through a unique partnership program.
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Building Experience
Undergraduate students at the U of M are working on cutting edge cancer research.
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Problem child?
The U of M's Regional Intervention Program offers solutions.
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Looking Back
Students at fledgling West Tennessee State Normal School played their part in World War I.
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From Theoretical to Practical
Internships give students a leg up in today's competitive job market.
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Spring 2011 Commencement
2,170 new graduates carry on the University's long and proud tradition.
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Spring break at the beach?
Not for these U of M students, who chose instead to spend their time off helping others.
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Instrumental Music
The Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music is the best place to further your musical education.
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Research in Architecture
Research skills and real-world knowledge gained by U of M architecture students pushes them to the head of the pack in today's tough job market.
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Top Dog
A U of M psychology graduate is turning 'Chaser' into a household word.
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Wish You Were Here
See adventures of U of M students studying in faraway lands.
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Helping the Needy
Nursing students learn valuable lessons while helping less fortunate members of the community.
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Learning the Practical
From robotics to computer-aided drafting and design, U of M engineering technology students are focusing on the applied areas of science.
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Practicing in the Real World
U of M law students provide 'Peace of Mind' for seniors

Law students reap rewards from clinic's real-world setting
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No Paws for Alarm
Alumnus Robert Milner's four- legged and furry "pupils" aren't typical students, but they might just save your life one day.
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Building Experience
Biology major Stephanie Sandor builds valuable research and software skills through her experience in the REU program.
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The Original Flying Tigers
During World War II, the U of M contributed to the war effort by training students to be pilots.
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Preparing for the Unthinkable
The University of Memphis facilitates communication between rail lines and railroad spill first responders.
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Dreamers, Thinkers, Doers
1,466 graduates carry the U of M motto into the New Year.
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Studying Dioxin
U of M researchers receive a grant to study this contaminant's dangerous and even deadly effects.
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Flight Patterns
An eye to the sky is what it takes to catch a glimpse of this alumna's creative interior designs.
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The "In" Thing:
The U of M student green fee makes recycling popular on campus.
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Wild Legacy
A U of M alumni group creates an original stage play celebrating the last great wilderness.
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The Color of Justice
High school girls learn what it takes to enter the law profession.
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That Perfect Season
Neither rain nor sleet nor snow— not even ankle-deep mud— would keep Douglas Mayo and his 1938 teammates from recording the only perfect season in U of M football history.
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A Boo and Gray Homecoming
Parades and festivities mark homecoming 2010 at the University of Memphis.
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Leaping Forward
Two unique initiatives at the U of M open doors for seemingly the most unlikely of performers.
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Campus Day 2010
High school seniors and their parents find answers to questions about life at the U of M.
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Spin cycle
A device developed by a U of M student may help in the fight against terrorism and improve airport security.
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Tiger Blue Goes Green
U of M students, faculty and staff unite to promote campus sustainability efforts.
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Brush Strokes
The U of M exhibits the artistic expressions of a unique group of artists.
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The Unvanquished
With an award-winning literary journal and frequently published professors, the U of M's creative writing program is a story in itself.
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Tracking the Blare
Students research the noise levels generated by the horns of passing trains.
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Trash Talk
Student researchers help U of M tailgaters recycle.
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Shaping Democracy
U of M professors help introduce a local election to the Hispanic population.
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Engulfed
U of M alumnus Larry Robinson is employing his expertise to save as much of the Gulf Coast ecosystem as possible.
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Man on a Mission
First-year head coach Larry Porter has a long-term plan to put Memphis football on the map.
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You must be nice
Psychology student Julianne Pierce studies emotional exhaustion in the workplace.
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Planning for the Future
U of M students team up with community groups to bring fresh groceries to a South Memphis area in need.
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Welcome Back to Campus!
Students and faculty kick off a new academic year at the University of Memphis.
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Students Sharing the College Experience
The U of M opens the Living and Learning Complex, a unique new residence that allows students to live in "neighborhoods" with their peers.
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Giving to others, gaining a sense of purpose
U of M AuSP students impact the lives of hearing-impaired children in the Dominican Republic.
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International Initiatives
Students explore new heights in learning through the U of M's Study Abroad Program.
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Making a Green Impact
The student-requested green fee has fueled an explosion of sustainability projects on campus, ranging from increased recycling to alternative fuel production.
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Summer 2010 Commencement
671 new graduates carry on the University's long and proud tradition.
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Wish You Were Here
Take in the bright lights of New York City this summer with Shakespeare in the Park intern Katie Zisson.
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The Right Stride
U of M alumnus and "wonder drug" developer Budd Colby is finding new ways to help others.
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TIGUrS Garden Initiative
U of M students harvest knowledge as well as vegetables from this unique, all-volunteer project.
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All that Jazz
U of M senior David Parks joins what promises to be one of the hot-ticket concert tours of the year.
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Wish You Were Here
Follow two U of M students this summer as they have the adventure of a lifetime in Uganda.
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Bridging People Together
The Liberty Bowl's eight-acre greenway will give families a new way to celebrate Tiger games.
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MCAN Network
U of M researchers now have the latest internet and network technology at their fingertips.
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Looking for Clues
Looking For Clues: Follow U of M researchers as they look for evidence of fault lines under the mighty Mississippi.
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Saving Green
Two U of M alumni work to save a rare, ancient forest found in Memphis.
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Something to Bank On
From modest beginnings, Jim Ayers has created a way for others to find their own path to success.
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Taking Note
Students at the U of M are happy to help others in class.
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Going Global
The U of M is setting the standard for software testing.
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Philosophical Horizons
A new student community service project introduces philosophy to inner city school kids.
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In the Green Zone
The U of M is among the nation's leaders in the green movement.
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FedExPark
FedEx delivers a home run for the U of M baseball team.
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Pools of Courage
A unique Mid-South program helps the U of M make a splash in the community.
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Hall of Enlightenment
A U of M professor uses the English language to bridge cultural gaps and enhance learning skills across the world.
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Real Life Drama
A U of M nursing student plays a vital role in saving an actor’s life.
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Working Together
U of M students team up with churches and community groups to restore a historic Memphis neighborhood.
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Alternative Spring Break
U of M law students volunteered their spring break to help Haitian refugees.
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“Blue Crush” Initiative
U of M criminal justice professor Richard Janikowski is developing innovative strategies to crush crime in Shelby County.
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International House
The world’s cultures come together in a unique campus living environment.
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Clean Memphis
U of M researchers help the city of Memphis in its bid to win a sixth cleanest city award.
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What Lies Beneath Us
Dr. Beatrice Magnani discovers a new fault line under the mighty Mississippi.
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Understanding Autism
U of M graduate students are performing research that may shed some light on the mysteries of autism.
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Campus School
The U of M Campus School consistently ranks as one of the best elementary schools in the state.
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Audiology and Hearing Loss
U of M professor Dr. Robyn Cox offers views on hearing loss and the recent over-the-counter hearing aid issue.
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Scientists Head to Chile
The Center for Earthquake Research and Information will take part in studies related to the earthquake that devastated Chile.
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Parkinson’s Research
Psychology students are conducting important research that could benefit those who suffer from Parkinson's disease.
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Thank You, Bill Gates
The Gates Millennium Scholars program touches the lives of U of M students.
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Blind Spot
U of M researchers develop a new approach to diagnosing glaucoma.
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A Model Student
University of Memphis sophomore Nadia Matthews makes a difference in others' lives.
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Wiimote Trajectory
U of M psychologists use the Wiimote to study how our movements relate to our thoughts.
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Fueling the Future
University of Memphis researchers build a fully functional biodiesel refinery.
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Improving Everyday Life
A U of M professor’s free radical research makes soy products safer and medical implants last longer.
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Guest Professor
The Department of Philosophy welcomed philosopher Dr. Laszol Tengelyi to campus for a semester.
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A Shooting Star
Two Emmys, a music video of the year and four Grammy nominations have vindicated a leap of faith for this U of M alumnus.
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Lending a Hand
Two university professors recount their journey to the far east to help improve Chinese rural health care.
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“Brainy” Research
Dr. Robert Kozma and his team are working on new ways to harness the power of the human brain.
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A Grand Opening
Movers and shakers celebrate the law school’s new downtown location.
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Power of Soul
Charlie Santo’s unique neighborhood revitalization program is strengthening a historic and creative community in Memphis.
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Food for Thought
Dr. Esra Ozdenerol’s class uses mapping software to pinpoint community hunger.
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The Adrian Project
U of M accounting and criminal justice students work with IRS agents to conduct a criminal investigation.
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A Point to Prove
Tiger guard Willie Kemp prepares to make some noise his senior season.
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Game Play
U of M researchers are coming up with the next generation of computer learning games.
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Taking Care of Business
Frank Flautt’s generosity opens doors for students at the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management.
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Clearing Some Space
When space debris is poised to strike, NASA turns to a U of M alumnus to divert the danger.
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Baja Car Team
U of M engineering students gain real world experience and have fun in the process.
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Tapping Your Potential
From ghost-hunting to ballroom dancing, the U of M’s Continuing Education program has something for everyone.
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Operation Smile
U of M alumnus Mickey Bernstein sends victims of domestic abuse away with a better outlook on life.
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University Libraries
New technology, customer service and an open environment help the U of M Libraries focus on the needs of users.
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Earning Their Stripes
Each U of M student to wear Tiger mascot Pouncer's suit has put his own paw print on the role.
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TERRA
U of M students have designed a sustainable, high performance house that is the greenest in the state.
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Gambling Clinic
The U of M Gambling Clinic is researching gambling and helping those with gambling problems.
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Tag Team
Two U of M English professors combine to examine medical communication.
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Dreaming, Thinking, Doing
682 graduates carry the U of M motto into the future.
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You’re Not Doomed
U of M professor Mark Conley volunteers his time and expertise to help at-risk kids with their reading skills.
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Nursing Abroad
U of M nursing students tour Europe to study international healthcare.
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The New UC
Take a sneak peek at the U of M's new "living room."
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Writing a Wrong
The U of M's Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice is helping to make a difference in the community.
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Archaeology Camp
The U of M's Department of Earth Sciences uses cutting-edge technology to unearth a 1000-year-old Indian village.
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Naval ROTC
The NROTC’s 2nd annual drill meet was the second-largest in the nation.
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The U of M Reading Program
Connect with the U of M community through its reading program.
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Bilingual Learning
The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice is ahead of its time teaching about Latinos and the criminal justice system.
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Badges of Honor
The U of M's Helen Hardin Honors Program attracts the best and brightest students.
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Europe Travels
U of M students traveled to Europe this spring to tour locations where the Holocaust occurred.
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A Peace of the Puzzle
U of M alumni are doing their part in promoting peace while improving living conditions for the less fortunate around the world.
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Distance Learning
From Disney World to the catwalk, from Washington, D.C. to a prestigious opera company, U of M students shine brightly in high-caliber internships.
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Triumphant Treks
Dr. David Spencer, professor of trumpet and jazz studies at the U of M, is inspiring his students from all over the world.
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A Paper Trail
U of M professor of English donates more than 15,000 manuscripts, letters and other items to the Memphis Public Library.
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Dollars and Sense Dollars and Sense
U of M director of the Center for Economic Education discusses economic literacy and its importance in today’s classrooms.
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Talking Heads Talking Heads
U of M researchers are using computer software that features animated “agents” to optimize learning in classroom settings.
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AutoWitness AutoWitness
The U of M Computer Science Department is working on the next generation of theft recovery devices.
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Alaska People
U of M's Dr. Andrei Znamenski writes about the people who shaped our 49th state.
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‘Three Rs’
A collaborative program between the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences and Memphis City Schools is proving valuable in teacher education.
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Cyrano
The U of M Theatre Department teams up with Theatre Memphis to produce the classic love story of Cyrano de Bergerac.
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Presidential Inauguration Presidential Inauguration
U of M Vice President of Student Affairs offers a first-person view of the Presidential Inauguration.
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High Note High Note
Mikah Meyer, a Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music performance major, hits a high note in his musical career.
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China Travels China Travels
A group of U of M students and faculty traveled to China and brought back memories that will last a lifetime.
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Scholarships Scholarships
U of M scholarships are benefiting students in unexpected ways. Find out how they are giving back to the community.
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Magdala
U of M Music professor Dr. John Baur's second full-length opera is inspired by The Da Vinci Code.
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Music to the Ears Music to the Ears
A U of M senior who has received national acclaim for his music ability is striving to make a difference in jazz.
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KneeSIM KneeSIM
A Biomedical Engineering professor is developing software that will improve the orthopedic surgery of knee replacements.
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Engineering Scholarships Engineering Scholarships
The Herff College of Engineering at the U of M offers a number of scholarships that benefit students and the industry.
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Building Blocks Building Blocks
U of M researchers and students target several neighborhoods throughout Memphis for their latest community-based initiatives.
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Sustainable Technology Sustainable Technology
The U of M campus is going green and, together with community partners, is promoting sustainability through technology.
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Smart Tennessee
The U of M is helping teachers across the state teach financial literacy to students.
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Weighty Issues Weighty Issues
Three U of M professors are using research designed to trim down the problem of childhood obesity in the U.S.
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Rapid Deployment Rapid Deployment
A new technology created by U of M researchers is helping U.S. Army doctors battle complex injuries caused by war.
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Earthquake Research Earthquake Research
Researchers from the U of M and the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics team up for a seismic experiment along the Mississippi River.
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The U of M Reading Program The U of M Reading Program
Connect with the U of M community through its reading program.
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A Healthy Choice A Healthy Choice
The U of M's Loewenberg School of Nursing is producing top leaders in the field of health care.
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Frosh Faces
Frosh Camp ignites incoming freshmen with Tiger Pride before they set foot on campus.
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Clearing the Wires Clearing the Wires
Psychology professor Charles Blaha develops a new technology to help Parkinson's Disease sufferers.
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Speak Easy Speak Easy
The School of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology at the U of M offers hope to those with a problem that can greatly hinder an individual's life.
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Centennial Seniors Centennial Seniors
U of M Freshmen start their great college adventure with music, spirit and information.
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South Memphis Renaissance Initiative South Memphis Renaissance Initiative
Architecture students at the U of M are part of a unique collaboration working to revitalize and bring change to a Memphis community.
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Alternative Spring Break Alternative Spring Break
Five U of M students volunteered their break time in Amarillo, Texas to bring service and spirit to a community in need.
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