Dr. Cathie Smith (pictured here with some of her students) taught a course this summer at Anglo-American University. The course, Management 359 / 559 - Professional Behavior in Organizations, was offered as an elective during the summer term in the Masters in Business and Law in International Markets and the Business Administration programs. Anglo-American University (AAU) is the oldest private higher education institution in the Czech Republic. Located in the historic Old Town region of Prague, AAU provides accredited bachelors’ and masters’ education programs in the areas of business, humanities, social sciences, journalism, law and international relations and diplomacy. Founded as a non-profit university soon after the fall of communism, AAU recruits students from over 60 countries to engage in courses taught in the English language designed to uphold the best American and British academic traditions. AAU shares joint graduate and undergraduate programs with several British and American Universities, and it is the first international university invited to apply for accreditation by the U.S.-based Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) .Dr. Smith holds a Senior Lecturer faculty appointment at AAU.
UTC students and faculty participated in the 2013 Tennessee Physical Therapy Day on the Hill. State Senator Bo Watson met with the students in the Senate Chamber and emphasized the importance of advocacy for our patients and profession.