Monthly Archives: November 2012

End of the fall semester wrap-up

As winter break and a new year quickly approaches, make sure to prepare for final exams and the upcoming spring semester.

Tagged with:

Alumnus wins prestigious international chemistry award

UTC alumnus Bradley McKeown had no idea a surprise was waiting in his campus mailbox at the University of Virginia where he’s studying for a doctorate in Chemistry. He received a letter informing him he had won The International Precious Metals Institute’s (IPMI) Bright Futures Award. 

Tagged with:

Engineering students volunteer for Habitat for Humanity

 By Megan Davis, University Relations Intern Dr. Will Sutton, Dean of College of Engineering and Computer Science, challenged student organizations in the College of Engineering and Computer Science to engage in community service projects that directly impact citizens in Chattanooga.  The student chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) responded and volunteered for Habitat for Humanity.

Tagged with:

Mocs Express Makeover: UTC Edition

By Chatrice Barnes, University Relations Intern There’s nothing like going to a UTC pep rally or sporting event and seeing the iconic Mocs Express Train filled with giveaways, music and fun. The train has been in the UTC family for three years, and it needed a little special attention.  A group of UTC engineering students came to the rescue!

Tagged with:

UTC History professor to address fall graduates

Dr. Ralph J. Covino, UTC Assistant Professor of the History of the Ancient Mediterranean World, will deliver the fall commencement address to approximately 750 graduates of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Saturday, December 15 at 10 a.m. in McKenzie Arena. For a live broadcast of the ceremony, click here.

Tagged with:
Categories
Archives