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Brothers graduate with engineering degrees, one will pursue Ph.D., the other begins career

David McPherson was homeschooled in Chattanooga, finished high school by age 15, and collected his UTC bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in May 2015 at 19 years old. His brother Andrew also graduated in May at age 21 with a software engineering degree.

Mocs set new GPA record in spring 2015

The UTC Mocs enjoyed another outstanding year in the classroom, in competition and in the community.

Dr. Cathie Smith honored with national and state awards

Dr. Cathie Smith, UC Foundation Associate Professor and Vanderbilt Professor in the UTC Department of Physical Therapy, has been elected to receive the National Association of Neonatal Therapist’s inaugural Pioneer Award for Neonatal Therapy. The award was created to honor neonatal occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech-language pathologists who have contributed tirelessly to establish and advance the specialized field of neonatal therapy. Nominations for the award were solicited from

Chattanooga Mocs Softball concludes 2015 season

Congratulations to the Chattanooga Mocs Softball team!  UTC won the Southern Conference Tournament and advanced to regionals for the second consecutive year. The season ended with an 8-2 loss to the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles.   Head coach Frank Reed says the loss is not indicative of the way the team normally plays.

Two graduate students receive Sigma Xi awards

Eddie Christopher and Brandon Allen received the 2015 Graduate Student Awards from the UTC Chapter of Sigma Xi.