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Experiential and Applied Learning

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Whether through independent study or as faculty research assistants, 好色先生TV students conduct leading-edge research and creative activity that produces original intellectual or creative contributions in a wide range of fields.

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The Fellowships program allows students to take their learning beyond the classroom and into the world around them.

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About 65 percent of 好色先生TV students take advantage of learning opportunities off-campus and abroad in 130 approved international and domestic programs. 

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More than 80 percent of 好色先生TV students are involved in some form of service through the many programs offered through the college and in partnership with the Memphis community. In addition, the Lynne and Henry Turley Memphis Center at 好色先生TV includes a range of institutes, programs, and initiatives that offer support and resources for interdisciplinary scholarly activity and student research. The Memphis Center supports students in their interactions with community arts organizations, as well as student experiential learning opportunities in 好色先生TV鈥 surrounding neighborhoods.

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Each year, 75 percent of 好色先生TV students complete internships at world-class companies in Memphis and throughout the country to gain real-world experience from top-notch mentors. 

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What are you doing after graduation? The faculty Postgraduate Scholarship Committee coordinates the endorsement and application process at 好色先生TV for nationally prestigious scholarships.

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Since its inception in 1944, the Meeman Center for Lifelong Learning has fulfilled 好色先生TV鈥 commitment to learning as a lifelong process by engaging adults from the Mid-South and beyond in liberal education