Blog Archives

Special Collections and University Archives housed in improved environment

Need to research the cultural heritage resources of the University, the city of Chattanooga, or the state of Tennessee?  Special Collections and University Archives are housed in a great location in the new UTC Library. Steven Cox is delighted with the new environment.  He is Team Lead, Special Collections and University Archives.  He talks about this positive change in a video interview. Researchers are encouraged to make an appointment

Accessible technology promoted on campus

The Accessible Technology Committee held a technology fair to show how easy it is to adopt and use accessible documents and webpages, accessible textbooks and instructional materials, video captioning, screen readers, accessibility in information systems, accessibility and the UTC Library, accessibility and online instruction and more.

Women’s Studies Spring 2015 Speaker Series begins February 23

The Women’s Studies Spring 2015 Speaker Series presents its first lecture, “Pregnant Chicks Get Fat and Other Legal Discoveries” by Dr. Michelle Deardorff.

Women’s basketball, Chattanooga wrestlers win SoCon tournaments

Congratulations to the UTC women’s basketball team and Chattanooga wrestlers! The Chattanooga women’s basketball team drew a No. 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament, its highest in school history, and players learned Monday night they will take on No. 10 Pittsburgh Saturday, March 21, at 11 a.m. at Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville.  This will be Chattanooga’s 13th trip to the NCAA and its highest seed in school history. The

Therapy dogs provide stress relief and companionship with campus visits

Take a walk in UTC’s new library and you’ll find shelves and shelves of books, dozens of computer terminals, cozy seating areas, and if you’re lucky, a furry friend waiting patiently for some hugs and pets. Thanks to the work of the University’s librarians and the help from a non-profit group, therapeutic visitation dogs are now a regular staple at the library. Therapeutic visitation dogs (or therapy dogs, as