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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.

Rhodes Scholar graduates from UTC

Robert Fisher, Brock Scholar, Rhodes Scholar, Truman Scholar, and two-term SGA President has graduated from UTC with a Bachelor of Science: Political Science and a minor in history and in Africana Studies. As a Rhodes Scholar, Fisher will begin the pursuit of his master’s degree at the University of Oxford.  He has visited England in the past, but Fisher has not seen the historic research institution—it will be a

Mother and daughter graduate from UTC in May commencement

Krystal and Heather Johnson each have a story of taking extra time to decide on a major, and both were happy to graduate together from UTC on May 2.   Thanks to Krystal and Heather for sharing their experiences.

HHP professor invited to prestigious summer institute

Tucson, Arizona, will see an influx of blue and gold this summer when Dr. Shewanee Howard-Baptiste, UTC Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance, attends the Summer Institute in Advanced Health Disparities next month. Sponsored by the National Institute of Health (NIH), the prestigious program is the part of institute’s initiative to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research (PRIDE-AHD). The PRIDE-AHD Program is an all-expense paid summer