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Ruth S. Holmberg Grant for Faculty Excellence awards announced

The Ruth S. Holmberg Grant for Faculty Excellence awards funds to deserving faculty for professional development.
Of the 20 proposals received in 2015, six faculty members earned awards—selected tenured or tenure track faculty who are promoting “innovative or creative research and engagement or advancement of an academic discipline.”

Brothers graduate with engineering degrees, one will pursue Ph.D., the other begins career

David McPherson was homeschooled in Chattanooga, finished high school by age 15, and collected his UTC bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in May 2015 at 19 years old. His brother Andrew also graduated in May at age 21 with a software engineering degree.

Mocs set new GPA record in spring 2015

The UTC Mocs enjoyed another outstanding year in the classroom, in competition and in the community.

Flag honors UTC student veterans

A newly raised flag on the Veterans Bridge in Chattanooga was donated to honor UTC student veterans.

CK, Now! inspires elementary school students to attend college

“CK, Now! was created because there are thousands of 4th and 5th graders in our region who will be the first in their family to go to college. After operating the PAWS project for nearly 8 years, we needed to be able to reach more children,” said Cole, Executive Director for Community Career Education.

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