Dr. Valerie C. Rutledge has been named Dean in the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies. Rutledge currently serves as Director of the School of Education at UTC and has led the School of Education since August 2003. According to Interim Provost Dr. Mary Tanner, Rutledge was chosen after a national search assisted by Parker Executive Search. A campus-based committee was led by Dr. Jerald Ainsworth, Dean of…
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A degu, a small mammal found only in Chile, is bringing together the Chattanooga community. In partnership with the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA), the Chattanooga Zoo, and local TV station WTCI, the University is creating a collaborative educational outreach program to inform students and the community about this little known animal.
By Megan Davis, UTC University Relations Intern Current university students and recent graduates who aspire to become sustainability leaders in politics and business are encouraged to attend the C2C Fellows Sustainability Leadership Workshop for the Southeast, a regional weekend training workshop to be held at UTC on October 26-28.
A group of pre-service teachers recently gathered to attend the NASA Education, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Workshop, where they engaged in a hands-on activity designed to monitor the progress of an eclipse. It was one way the students learned to effectively teach elementary and middle school students.
The School of Nursing has another achievement to add to their growing list of accomplishments. The UTC Master’s of Science in Nursing: Nurse Anesthesia Concentration (CRNA) has received a ten-year accreditation from the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Education Programs (COA).