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Student groups offer valuable community service

The Lambda Iota chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated, and The Alpha Iota chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity kicked off the inaugural Kans for a Kause Food Drive this month, to address the rising number of people within the region who struggle with hunger.  This student-led food drive continues in the UTC University Center each Monday until November 6, where everyone can contribute non-perishable food items.  All the

SmartTeams Pilot Program to Implement Youth Sports Safety Best Practices

Community-centric approach pairs UTC with Hixson youth football teams to reduce children’s risk of brain and sports injuries.

Fall Visit Day presents all UTC has to offer in one place at one time

Fall Visit Day is an annual program that offers prospective students and their family members an opportunity to discover all The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has to offer. Guests will have the opportunity to tour the campus, visit residence halls, view displays on student organizations, hear about the college experience from current students, explore an academic fair, and hear information sessions. This year, the event will be held

Interior Design students reimagine historic city buildings

In a partnership with Cornerstones, Inc., a non-profit historic preservation organization, students from the UTC Department of Interior Design worked with local architects and designers on plans to reimagine several historic downtown buildings. The project was part of the curriculum for Interior Design 4151, a senior level class. Two of the student winners—Meredith Feira and Hanna Durham—reimagined the Tadley Building, located on corner of Douglas Street and Martin Luther

Dr. Richard Brown honored by United Way of Greater Chattanooga

Dr. Richard Brown has always enjoyed volunteering with the United Way of Greater Chattanooga.  For the last 25 years, he has worked with United Way agencies, served on the allocations committee, chaired the education campaign for K-12 and higher education, and held a cabinet position for several campaigns.  For the last eight years, he has served on the United Way Board of Directors, and for ten years, he led