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Homecoming Wrap-Up

Homecoming 2015 has been a huge success! The week has been filled with dynamic competition, school pride, reunions and much more! This year’s theme, “Back to the Scenic City,” celebrated current Mocs while welcoming back honored alums. Students enjoyed fun activities like Step Show, field games, banner painting, and the spirit run. Homecoming royalty was announced at the Kickoff Pep Rally, with Jay Nguyen being named Top MOC (Man

Moc-o-ween: Zombies, music and other fun treats!

Join UTC as we get in the spooky spirit! Start with Associate Professor and Acting Head of Criminal Justice Tammy Garland’s discussion on our fascination with zombies in this interview. And add these to your Halloween plans: Monster Mash Thursday, October 29, 7 p.m. Chamberlain Pavilion and Heritage Plaza This year’s Homecoming concert features Chattanooga native and Rapper TUT. His spirited album, Preacher’s Son, is giving his city a

Legally Blind Artist, Carmen Papalia, Featured in Marek Series

Carmen Papalia’s “How to Close Your Eyes” is currently on exhibit at the Cress Gallery in the Fine Arts Center, and is free and open to the public. The exhibit will last until December 8, with a lecture presented by the artists on Tuesday, October 27 at 5:30 p.m. in room 101 of Derthick Hall.

Entrepreneurial ideas win Elevator Pitch Competition

The UTC Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO Club) hosted Round 2 of the 4th Annual Elevator Pitch Contest on Monday, Oct. 12. The competition gives contestants the chance to pitch their business ideas to a panel of expert judges within a 90-second time frame.

Meet Ann Yoachim, Director of Community Partnerships

Ann Yoachim, recently named UTC Director of Community Partnerships, has been on our campus for a few months now, and is quickly adjusting to her work with the University and the surrounding area.