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UTC ranks 11th for all competitions and overall in ASCE Student Conference

Concrete canoe and steel bridge competitions are the highlights of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Student Conference, hosted this week by The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

UTC InfoSec Center earns new designation from NSA and Homeland Security

It’s stressful for consumers to learn about technology pickpockets who steal sensitive online information, wreaking havoc for government agencies, insurance companies, and department store chains.  We can’t conjure an invisible shield to protect us, but on our own campus is a regional model for promoting excellence in information security education, assisting businesses, government agencies, education institutions and industry in their information security needs.     It is The University of

Dr. Neslihan Alp featured in Groundbreakers Storytelling: Women in STEM

In celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, Dr. Neslihan Alp will participate in “Groundbreaking Stories: Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)” on Tuesday, March 10, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Chattanooga Downtown Public Library Auditorium, located at 1001 Broad Street in Chattanooga.

College of Engineering and Computer Science receives contribution from BASF sponsors

Students and faculty from the College of Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga accepted a $3,000 donation from BASF employees, including $1,500 to support the university’s American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) student chapter competition team and $1,500 to support UTC’s Chem-E-Car competition team. “BASF is proud to play a role in enriching the lives of our future engineers,” said Robert Gagliano, BASF Chattanooga

Higher education agreements with institution in China encourage collaboration

Two agreements established between The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Shanghai Institute of Technology will allow academic and collaborative opportunities for students and faculties across both campuses as well as a specific agreement for the UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science. “The goals of this endeavor were to grow the graduate school at UTC and increase the presence of international students,” said Dr. Randy Walker, Interim Dean