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College of Engineering and Computer Science spring job fair attracts businesses and students

Nearly 30 companies sent representatives to the UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science for a day of networking.  For the second time this academic year, students explored career and job opportunities in engineering, computer science, and technology. “We are planning to host these events two times a year, one in the fall and one in the spring semester, so students can find jobs before they graduate,” said Dr.

College of Business faculty member interviewed by CHINADAILY USA

A manufacturer of automotive interiors in China expects to open a plant in Chattanooga, and interest is growing. CHINADAILY USA interviewed Dr. Frank Butler, UTC College of Business Assistant Professor of Management, to get his input about the latest Volkswagen connection. Read the article.

Enjoy campus music performances

Whether you are interested in the vocal talents of our students, or you want to hear them play the saxophone or percussion, or perhaps the flute is more your style, the UTC Department of Music offers a full calendar of talent this spring semester.

ElderScholars to hear geneology presentation

“The Genealogy Bug” will be the topic of George and Becky Smallwood’s presentation for the UTC 2015 ElderScholars meeting on Tuesday, April 14, at 1 p.m. in the Lookout Mountain Room of the UTC University Center. First-hand information will be provided on how to grow a family tree.

School Psychology Students offer insights after attending convention

The UTC School Psychology Student Association (SPSA) was formed recently to network and call attention to the UTC School Psychology program, according to Trevour Schoeller, a current Ed.S. student in the program. “We have 28 members, several are in internships and some are in practicums,” said Schoeller, who serves as president of the student group. The UTC SPSA held a series of fundraisers so that students could attend the

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