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UTC Baja SAE team receives $47K from DENSO

The DENSO North America Foundation has provided Dr. Trevor Elliott, professor of mechanical engineering, and the UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS), with $47,000 in support of the UTC Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Baja Capstone Design project. Baja SAE® competitions simulate real-world engineering design projects and their related challenges. Engineering students are tasked to design and build an off-road vehicle that will survive the severe punishment

UTC Theatre Company presents “Our Town”

When Thornton Wilder’s American classic debuted in 1938, the New York Times theatre critic, Brooks Atkinson, called OUR TOWN “a hauntingly beautiful play.” After seventy-five years and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the myth of Grover’s Corners continues to fill stages around the world with a remarkably fresh view of us, breathing through the hours and minutes of our lives. “The choice to produce OUR TOWN was one that

Grad Fair is October 7; Instant Decision Day is October 19

Grad Fair is October 7 Do you need to expand your career options? Looking to move up in your field or perhaps change fields altogether? A graduate degree from UTC might be your answer. The UTC Graduate School will hold a Graduate School Information Fair on Wednesday, October 7, 3-6 p.m. in the Chattanooga Room of the UTC University Center. Counselors will be on hand to discuss the many

Founders Day features State of the University address

UTC celebrated its 129th birthday on September 16 during its annual Founders Day festivities. Chancellor Steve Angle delivered his annual State of the University address. In case you were unable to attend or view Chancellor Angle’s State of the University address, the video presentations and his speech are viewable below. If you missed the party, here’s a video memory.

UTC Presents 5th Anniversary Constitution Day Lecture

Today we dwell in an ever-more complex, globally engaged, and technology-dependent society. And yet we are governed under an eighteenth-century document written for a very different America. In this lecture, Dr. Wilfred McClay asks: Is it time to bid the Constitution goodbye, and embrace a more technocratic ideal? Should we submit to rule by disinterested experts who would govern by scientific principles rather than democratic majorities? Or does the