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Seven Reasons You Should Be a Vols 2 Vols Peer Educator

Are you passionate about health and wellness issues? Are you interested in developing your public speaking and leadership skills? If you want to join an organization that is making an impact on campus, apply to be a Vols 2 Vols Peer Health Educator. Applications are due March 10. Take a look at seven reasons you should join.

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Register for Annual EUReCA Competition

The Office of Undergraduate Research is accepting registrations through March 13 for the Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EUReCA), an annual event that showcases the research and creative activities of undergraduate students in collaboration with a faculty mentor. The competition will take place April 13 through 15.



Counseling Center Available to Help You

If you are feeling overwhelmed at any time, remember that the Counseling Center is a resource for you right here on campus. You can start by walking in during daily walk-in hours. From there, you can pursue free individual, confidential, and professional counseling. The website also has a range of online resources to help with issues related to sleep disorders, stress and anxiety, alcohol and drugs, and eating disorders.

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Download This Month’s Sustainability Wallpaper

Itís the first Monday of the month, which means another fresh set of desktop and smartphone wallpapers from the Office of Sustainability is ready for you to download. Looking ahead to spring showers, this monthís focus is on water. Conserving water and learning how to prevent water pollution are two of the best things we can do to preserve this precious and dwindling resource.

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Win Prizes During Freshman Math Competition

If you are a freshman, you can compete for the chance to win the $500 first prize or $100 second prize in the 125th Allen Medal Freshman Mathematics Competition. The competition is from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 11, in Ayres Hall Room 113. Sign up to participate in Ayres Hall Room 227. E-mail Abner Salgado if you have questions.



OIT Wants Your Feedback

Complete this brief anonymous technology services satisfaction survey to help OIT understand your information technology needs. After completing the survey, you’ll have the chance to enter a drawing for $100. Feedback last year contributed to various upgrades in wireless infrastructure, the MyUTK redesign, and the availability of Google Apps and Gmail.

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