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Chancellor Angle draws from personal experience to lead campus

Engineering students create unique tandem bike

Christopher’s mom was delighted to hear her son say “Again, again!” when she took him for his first bike ride in his new car seat, outfitted by first year engineering students who were challenged with creating this assistive device. Keith Schaal, Tyler Medley, Tanner Askren, Amanda Wade, and Jake Dedeker attached a donated car seat to the front of a donated bicycle and created a safe way for the

Mocs Express adds downtown route

UTC is proud to be Chattanooga’s university. The future of our campus and the future of our city are integrally linked. One of the reasons students choose UTC is to experience Chattanooga’s vibrant downtown scene. In partnership with CARTA, Chattanooga’s public transit provider, the Mocs Express will add an extended route connecting the campus to downtown, beginning in the fall semester. “CARTA approached the University about adding this route.

COB teaches veteran entrepreneurs

Courtney R. Lewis called the third consecutive Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP) offered at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga a “tough but very rewarding experience.” Lewis served in the Army from 2000-2010 as an electronic maintenance tech, recruiter, and a trainer for newly enlisted soldiers. She currently owns her own production company producing commercials, promos, company training videos, educational videos, and voiceovers. “Sometimes when people get out of the military,

“The Ape Who Went to College”

Chantek, an orangutan who was raised at UTC and taught sign language, was featured in “The Ape Who Went to College,” a story that aired nationally as part of the PBS series, My Wild Affair.   Dr. H. Lyn Miles, UC Foundation Professor of Anthropology, scientific researcher, and biocultural anthropologist, is at the heart of the story. Chantek learned hundreds of signs, made up his own words, told lies, learned

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