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Vice President Biden addresses community memorial service

On Saturday, August 15, Vice President Joe Biden spoke at a memorial honoring the five servicemen who lost their lives during the July shooting rampage in Chattanooga. In UTC’s McKenzie Arena, Biden joined the families of the fallen, the Marines and sailors in attendance, and the Chattanooga community in mourning. Addressing the families of the fallen, Biden said, “Please know that he will always be with you in the

Vice President Biden to visit; UTC hosts memorial service

Information regarding the community event on campus Saturday, August 15, 2015 The University is honored and proud to host the community-wide memorial service on our campus this Saturday. As you might imagine, an event this momentous comes with a few logistical challenges. General Information Parking and traffic patterns on and around campus will be disrupted. We apologize for the inconvenience and ask for your patience. If you have to

Asia teaching journal celebrates 20th anniversary

Education About Asia (EAA), the teaching journal of The Association for Asian Studies (AAS), is celebrating 20 years of providing assistance to professors and teachers to integrate the study of Asia into the courses they teach.

Engineering professor and UTC Center recognized with Sustainable Transportation Award

Dr. Ignatius Fomunung, UC Foundation Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Interim Director of the Center for Energy, Transportation and the Environment (CETE), was recognized by The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC), in conjunction with Clean Air Month, for the outstanding efforts made by The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to reduce transportation-related energy and emissions at the inaugural Sustainable Transportation Awards in Memphis, Tennessee. Fomunung submitted

Students teach environmental education lessons

Searching for salamanders and floating foam kayaks down a creek may sound more like playtime than school time, but UTC students enrolled in Dr. Andrew Bailey’s Outdoor Leadership Class offered local school children a connection between humans and the natural environment. As part of their coursework, Bailey’s class researched, planned, and delivered environmental education lessons at Red Bank Elementary and Skyukah Hall. Students planned lessons on erosion, pollution, hydrology,