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Tuscola student attends UT engineering program

Eireann Marcus. Donated photo Eireann Marcus. Donated photo

Eireann Marcus, a rising sophomore at Tuscola High School, was one out of only 32 students selected to attend Engineering VOLunteers for Tenth Graders (eVOL10) pre-college summer program held at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville June 19-24.  

Throughout the program, students learned about careers in engineering, explored the UT campus, toured engineering labs and facilities, attended ACT preparation and spent a week living on a college campus.  

During the week, students applied what was learned and worked and completed an engineering design project.  eVOL10’s mission is to provide students who show an interest in engineering studies an early exposure to, and preparation for, scientific study and research.

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