Even before graduating, these social work students were already making waves of change in the Chattanooga community as they partnered with local nonprofits to conduct much needed research in the community.
This fall, the College of Engineering and Computer Science will launch a new Master’s program catered to increasing opportunities from automotive industries in the Chattanooga area, including the 4,000 new jobs and $1.1 billion in capital investments of 2015 alone, as described on the program’s website.
Martavius Dunigan is part of the first class of Postsecondary Awareness with Success (PAWS) students to graduate from High School and continue to college. Dunigan was accepted into all three universities he applied to. This past summer he was anticipating the fall semester, and deciding between his top two choices: East Tennessee State University and Tennessee State University. “PAWS helped me with a lot. Just to focus on my…
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) and Chattanooga State Community College will announce a new higher education partnership funded jointly by the Chattanooga Area Chamber and the Small Business Administration (SBA).