Even before graduating, these social work students were already making waves of change in the Chattanooga community as they partnered with local nonprofits to conduct much needed research in the community.
UTC offers Living Learning Communities (LLC) to students for the opportunity to live together and take courses together in an environment focused on their interests or majors. These communities are designed to foster relationships among incoming students from the moment they step foot on campus.
The UTC School of Nursing, in partnership with Hospice of Chattanooga, will host “Conversations on the End of Life” on Thursday, April 28, 7–9 pm in the UC Auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public.
On April 16, from 9 A.M. – 12 P.M., in the UC Auditorium, the School of Nursing and the COMPASS Grant will host a free lecture examining examine the issue of health equity and how inequality contributes to differences in health.
As the keynote speaker, Republic of Korea Consul General Seong-jin Kim will explore the relationship between the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and the U.S. UTC’s Takeo Suzuki will present “Japanese Culture Now and Then: From Samurai to Pokemon.”