By Cheryl Toomey, University Relations Graduate Assistant “It can be difficult to find writing conferences that include playwriting because they usually focus on poetry or short story or things like that, so to get accepted to the two conferences I had my eye on was very exciting!” said Gaye Jeffers, Associate Professor of Theatre and UTC alumna. Jeffers attended the Yale Writers’ Conference, an intensive writing program, in June.…
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Four UTC Finance students were selected to participate in a four-week summer internship with Galtere, Ltd., the commodities-focused hedge fund of Renée Haugerud. The experience took the students from the skyscrapers in New York City to a farm in Preston, Minnesota. Stephen Reaves, Nicole Koegel, Cody Edwards, and Tyler Gallups got a firsthand experience of live trading, intensive research, and the knowledge and advice of Wall Street professionals in…
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Students in Charlie Newton’s art classes make a creative SPLASH with paint inside the old James A. Henry School in Chattanooga. Newton, a professional artist and UTC art alumnus, offers the free Young Artist Community Workshop to students who live in College Courts. Michael Edward Miller takes us to the place where art provides inspiration. Listen to the story or read the story.
Tennessee Alumnus Magazine editor Elizabeth Davis took an ambitious trip to all UT campuses and institutes, and with assistance from photographers Synthia Clark, Lisa Buser, Nathan Morgan, Jaimie Davis and Adam Brimer and videographer Erica Jenkins, she documented all her stops in the latest issue. Here’s what she wrote about UTC. Read more about UTC, including Robert Fisher’s selection as a Truman Scholar.
Chancellor Steve Angle and his wife, Dr. Dominique Belanger, invited several groups to the Chancellor’s residence to thank them for their work on the Chancellor’s Roundtable, University of Chattanooga Board of Trustees, and the Alumni Board.