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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.

UTC and Moi University sign memorandum of understanding

On March 10, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Moi University signed a memorandum of understanding to explore opportunities for collaboration. Moi is a multi-campus university with its main campus in Eldoret, Kenya. The relationship with Moi began with Dr. Robert Dooley, Dean of the UTC College of Business.  Dooley began working with Moi University in 2008, when he held the position of Associate Dean for Graduate Programs

University to host geology conference

Geoscientists from the southeastern United States and beyond will convene at the Chattanoogan Hotel and Conference Center, March 19-20, to discuss new and hot-topic science, expand on current studies, and explore the region’s unique geologic features.

Chattanooga named to lead White House TechHire Initiative

Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke announced today that the City is joining forces with Unum, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, and others to launch a new TechHire Initiative to increase access to technology training and IT jobs for Chattanoogans. The nationwide kick-off for the TechHire Initiative will occur today at the National League of Cities (NLC) summit in Washington D.C. where President Obama will announce twenty-one communities, including Chattanooga,

Chattanooga GENI Rack installed at UTC

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, working in partnership with The Enterprise Center and US Ignite, has acquired and activated a GENI rack. The GENI rack (i.e., Global Environment for Network Innovations) is linked with similar racks in 60 other leading universities in smart cities in the U.S. and internationally. The racks act collectively as a programmable nervous system for researching and deploying the next generation of the Internet

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