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CSO performs McNair composition in Chamber Series this Sunday

Chattanooga Symphony will feature a work by the UTC faculty composer in a Chamber Series concert “Musical Passport,” Sunday, October 2, at 3 pm, in the Silver Ballroom of the Read House Hotel.

Donors and students meet face-to-face with Scholarship Luncheon

“Getting this scholarship was more than just a scholarship for me, it was more of someone helping me to achieve my life goal and to achieve my dreams of helping other people learn music,” said Kristen Thomas, Junior, vocal music education major. Thomas met the donor of her scholarship, Dr. Glenn Draper, at a recent University luncheon honoring scholarship recipients and donors. Scholarship donors became more than a name

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Faculty honored with prestigious professorships

UTC awards the Guerry Professorships, the Chattanooga Manufacturer’s Association Professorship in Engineering, and the LeRoy Martin Professorship in Religious Studies.

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UTC kicks off year with enrollment growth and national recognition

UTC kicks off year with enrollment growth, record freshman profile, and national recognition in U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings.

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Ruth S. Holmberg Grants honor and fund faculty research

The University is proud to announce recipients of the 2016-2017 Ruth S. Holmberg Grants. These grants honor Ruth S. Holmberg, publisher emerita of The Chattanooga Times and former chair and life trustee of the University of Chattanooga Foundation.

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