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University celebrates grand opening of new library

Live performances from student music groups, building tours, a scavenger hunt, and a ceremonial ribbon cutting were just a few of the activities during the official grand opening of the new library. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, city officials, and community members turned out in droves to celebrate the University’s newest building. Envisioned as the academic and intellectual center of campus, the new 180,000 square-foot space is dedicated to learning

Diane Marek Series Visiting Artist offers unique prospective

Monica Cook Art

Spring 2015 Diane Marek Series Visiting Artist Monica Cook mixes conventional and unusual materials in her sculptures, which she then brings to life in stop motion animated narratives.

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College of Engineering and Computer Science receives contribution from BASF sponsors

Engineering Students and BASF

Students and faculty from the College of Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga accepted a $3,000 donation from BASF employees, including $1,500 to support the university’s American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) student chapter competition team and $1,500 to support UTC’s Chem-E-Car competition team. “BASF is proud to play a role in enriching the lives of our future engineers,” said Robert Gagliano, BASF Chattanooga

The UTC Challenger STEM Learning Center Celebrates 20 Years of Educational Excellence

Where can students enjoy an out-of-this-world experience in a hands-on educational program that engages them in science, technology, engineering, and math?  The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s Challenger STEM Learning Center has offered simulated space missions and STEM labs since it opened on January 27, 1995. In the last two decades, UTC and Chattanooga have forged close ties with this special educational venue. “The UTC Challenger STEM Learning Center

UTC ranked among Best Online Criminal Justice Programs

UTC is among the top 30 Best Online Criminal Justice Programs: 2015 in a new ranking by Affordable Colleges Online. The UTC Online Degree Completion Program in Criminal Justice is offered to students who have a two-year degree or the equivalent and have completed 60 hours of college work.  This must include completion of introductory courses in criminal justice, sociology, and psychology, and completion of all general education requirements.