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…
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By Megan Davis, University Relations Intern College isn’t all about academic pursuits. Some students are still playing games. These students aren’t goofing off—they are giving back to their community.
Davenport Hall Greetings Students, Faculty, and Staff…below is a schedule of classes in Davenport that have been temporarily relocated. If your class is not on the list below, you will meet as scheduled in Davenport Hall. The English classes will begin meeting in the new location as of tomorrow morning (Wednesday). Evening classes will meet in the new location as of tonight (Tuesday). You will be notified when to…
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Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam selected The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga as the site to gather regional leaders from business, K-12, and post-secondary education on Thursday, August 23. While participants engaged in candid conversations about their successful collaborations, they also discussed the need for improvement as educators strive to provide appropriate academic career skills to complement the needs of employers.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga senior Steven 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. Fox is the first Mocs golfer to win a national tournament, rallying from 2-down with two holes to play.