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UTC alumna becomes 2015 president of world’s largest scientific society

Dr. Diane Grob Schmidt ’67, a retired chemist from Procter & Gamble, is leading the American Chemical Society (ACS) as president in 2015. Schmidt, a UTC chemistry graduate, was named the 1995 UTC Distinguished Alumni Award winner.

UTC alumna Dr. Yara Roberston raises awareness and treatment of breast health issues

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Thousands will not receive screenings or treatment because they lack access to quality care. Dr. Yara Robertson raises awareness of breast health issues.

MPA alumna featured in national APA publication

Jenny Park ’11 was recently featured in a national publication by the American Planning Association (APA).  The article “New Planners on the Block” describes Park’s interesting approach to establish more public transportation resources in the Chattanooga area.    She explains in the AMA article. The Master of Public Administration (MPA) alumna was working as a senior planner at the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency when the article was published in

Alumna Kim White speaks to hundreds of business students at entrepreneurial forum

Kim White ’82 was the featured speaker at the 19th Annual Clarence E. Harris Entrepreneurial Forum, presented by the UTC College of Business.  The President and CEO of River City Company and proud alumna of UTC told the students she left Chattanooga for more than 20 years, but she is glad to be back. “One of the first things I did when I moved back to Chattanooga was to

B.B. Bell, General, United States Army (Retired), honored by DAR

Bell ’69 was presented the DAR Medal of Honor for his service to the United States and his community.

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