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Kizza wins Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship for Ugandan Project

Dr. Joseph Kizza has been named to the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (ADF) to provide “Teaching, Mentoring and Graduate Research Supervision to Strengthen the Digital Forensics Program” at the Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU). Kizza, Professor and Head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, will leave for Uganda in June 2015, stay for seven weeks and return to the United States in August. ADF is open

Engineering students collaborate with local industry to learn solids handling

Fall break is the time many students go home for a short visit. A motivated group of chemical engineering students instead used their fall break to add a short course to their higher education experience.  The students, who are part of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Student Chapter at UTC, received formal training in solids processing or handling. Solids processing involves steps like grinding, agglomeration, tableting, crystallization

UTC Percussion Ensemble Beat Hunger is November 24

Event supports Chattanooga Community Kitchen. Attendees may contribute two non-perishable food items or write a check for $2.

Music Department hosted eighth annual Band Day

275 high school students from 18 high schools joined the Marching Mocs to perform at halftime and in the stands when Chattanooga Football played Mercer at Finley Stadium.

UTC attributes lower Student Loan Defaults to several initiatives

Partnership to Engage Students and Alumni for Better Student Loan Repayment Brings Results Chattanooga (November 14, 2014) –The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has lowered its three-year student loan cohort default rate.  The U.S. Department of Education uses the cohort default rate (CDR) to track default rates. This measurement is the percentage of cohorts (students entering repayment within the same year) who default on their loans. “We attribute UTC’s declining

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