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Join us in celebrating the good news from the College of Arts and Sciences. This page is devoted to departments, faculty and students who are awarded scholarships, grants, endowments and other funding; faculty and students who travel to gain experience, attend conferences and complete research; and to thank donors for supporting academic achievement, research and the future of our students.  

Rebecca Firth Receives Kurt Eisen Award for Excellence in Liberal Arts
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Brayden Copeland Receives Barry Goldwater Scholarship
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Welcoming Students to the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center
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Welcoming Students to the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center
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Dr. Jeanette Luna and Students at 2022 Geological Society of America Conference
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Earth Science student fun at the 2022 Geological Society of America Conference
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Chemistry Student Chance Morris Wins TENSOS Scholarship Competition

Morris wins TENSOS ScholarshipChance Morris, a senior chemistry major with minors  in biology and environmental studies, recently received the Student Scholarship Program Award from the Tennessee Environmental Network Show of the South (TENSOS) at their conference earlier this summer. TENSOS is a meeting for environmental professionals in the Southeast to meet and work together on tackling large environmental problems. Chance participated in a three round competition where he first submitted an abstract over his research project and was then invited to submit a poster over his work in the second round. He was one of the finalists to be invited to the third round of the competition to present his poster in person and give a short presentation at the TENSOS conference. Chance received one of two scholarships awarded at the meeting, and was the only undergraduate recipient. Chance conducts environmental chemistry research with Dr. Amanda Carroll working to remediate heavy metal contaminants from water sources. Congratulations Chance! 

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