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Former BB&T Corporation chair to address financial crisis

As millions of people in the U.S. slowly recover from the recent financial crisis, some are left wondering how this economic downturn came about. John A. Allison IV, former Chairman of BB&T Corporation, will present the 2012 Burkett Miller Distinguished Lecture Series with the topic “The Financial Crisis: Causes and Consequences.”  This event is sponsored by The Scott L. Probasco, Jr. Chair of Free Enterprise. The lecture will be

UTC Parent and Family Weekend

Due to the overwhelming response, we have closed registration for the UTC Parent and Family weekend to be held on September 21st-23rd. If you are still interested in purchasing tickets to the UTC v. Appalachian State homecoming football game on Saturday, September 22nd, please contact the UTC Athletic Ticket Office at (423) 425-4495 or you may purchase tickets online at If you have additional questions about this event, please

More honors for Mocs golfer Steven Fox

We couldn’t be prouder of Mocs golfer Steven Fox!  Fox made history on Sunday, August 19, when he won the U.S. Amateur Championship at Cherry Hills Country Club in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado—the first Mocs golfer to win a national tournament. The accolades continue to roll in for Fox.  He was named the Southern Golf Association National Amateur of the Month for August. “This is indeed an honor,” Fox

Big changes for Cardiac Hill

Big landscape changes are underway in the heart of campus.   Construction has begun on:  a series of sloped sidewalks and steps with handrails on Cardiac Hill from Heritage Plaza to Oak Street; an accessible walkway to extend from Vine to Oak; and a new location for the Student Park.  It will be nestled close to the Crossroads dining facility in Guerry Center. “This project will put in place one

New criminal justice alumni complete online program

Patrol Sergeant Nevin Long of the Knoxville Police Department works nights, weekends, and swing shifts, a challenging schedule for someone who wanted to finish his college career. Long accomplished what seemed almost impossible.  At 37 years old, he walked in commencement exercises on December 15th at McKenzie Arena.  He was awarded The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. And he did it all