Our therapy dog friend is coming for another visit to the UTC Library!
Our good friends from the UT College of Veterinary Medicine’s H.A.B.I.T. (Human-Animal Bond in Tennessee) program are bringing a therapy dog for visits.
Research shows the benefits of spending time with an animal – even a short visit has positive effects – and the UTC Library wants to help give you these benefits this semester.
- Thursday, February 5, 1:00 to 2:30pm
Students, faculty and staff are all invited to meet our furry guest!
As always, the certified therapy dog will be accompanied by a trained handler. And if you prefer not to be near the dog for any reason, simply avoid the dedicated section of the first floor of the library – an alcove by the Chamberlain pavilion windows on the first floor (turn right as you enter through the Chamberlain doors and follow the signs).
For more information on the H.A.B.I.T. program, visit the UT site at http://www.vet.utk.edu/habit/index.php.
Hope to see you there!
You asked for it and you got it!
Starting on Tuesday January 20 at midnight, the overnight study space in the new library will be open!
Overnight study will be available for use 24 hours on Sundays – Thursdays (there are no overnight hours on Friday or Saturday nights).
The study space includes a printing station that is on the campus GoPrint system, data and power throughout the space, wireless access, a copy machine, and vending machines for late-night snacking. You can swipe into the Chamberlain Field vestibule and then swipe again (door on the far left) to enter the 24/5 space.
Find out today at the Special Collections and University Archives Open House.
UTC Library, 4th Floor
Tuesday January 20, 2015
10:00am – 2:00pm
Discover the rare and valuable treasures available to you from the UTC Library’s Special Collections & University Archives.
2015 rings in many new spaces, services, and resources in the Library, and Special Collections & University Archives is no exception. We are delighted to announce the addition of the Echo to our Digital Collections. This new resource provides searchable, full text access to the student newspaper from 1888 to 1955. Search and browse news, features, sports, and opinion articles authored by Chattanooga University, Grant University, and University of Chattanooga students.
Source: University Echo, Vol. VI, No. 1, 1911, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Echo Student Newspapers, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Old Main, pictured above, was the original building that established the Chattanooga University campus in 1886. The building was razed in 1917 because university administrators declared it “an architectural monstrosity.”
While we work to provide online access to the complete run of the newspaper, you may view more recent issues in Special Collections & University Archives. Visit us on the 4th floor of the Library!