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Be a part of Elect Her—Campus Women Win

Elect Her–Campus Women Win is the only program in the country that encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office. Elect Her is a collaboration between the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Running Start. It addresses the need to encourage women to run for office and to diminish the longstanding political leadership gender gap.

UTC Theater Company Presents Hedda Gabler

UTC Theatre Company in conjunction with the First Tennessee Foundation presents Jon Robin Baitz’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler, the classic play full of big ideas, unexpected twists and a title character that has become iconic. UTC faculty and students will bring this classic and rich play to life for six performances. The performance will be in UTC’s Dorothy Hackett Ward Theatre, in UTC’s Fine Arts Center. The

University celebrates grand opening of new library

Live performances from student music groups, building tours, a scavenger hunt, and a ceremonial ribbon cutting were just a few of the activities during the official grand opening of the new library. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, city officials, and community members turned out in droves to celebrate the University’s newest building. Envisioned as the academic and intellectual center of campus, the new 180,000 square-foot space is dedicated to learning

College of Engineering and Computer Science receives contribution from BASF sponsors

Students and faculty from the College of Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga accepted a $3,000 donation from BASF employees, including $1,500 to support the university’s American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) student chapter competition team and $1,500 to support UTC’s Chem-E-Car competition team. “BASF is proud to play a role in enriching the lives of our future engineers,” said Robert Gagliano, BASF Chattanooga

Community forum to focus on poor health and its effects on quality of life, economy

January 22 summit to address how Tennessee’s decades-long position as one of the nation’s unhealthiest states poses risk to economic potential and quality of life, and identify state- and community-led initiatives to improve health outcomes.

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