New programs offer business and IT skills for successful data science careers IBM announced it is partnering with 28 new business schools and universities, including The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, to help prepare students for the 4.4 million jobs that will be created worldwide to support big data by 2015.
Chancellor Steve Angle delivered the keynote address at the Tennessee Valley Corridor Summit, one of the Southeast’s longest running science and technology conferences. Chattanooga’s history of manufacturing excellence, entrepreneurial development, and technological advancement drew the summit to Chattanooga.
Good afternoon! Welcome to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the 2014 Tennessee Valley Corridor National Summit.
For many teachers, finding time to prepare the day’s lessons can be a challenge. Five UTC Engineering students have created a solution to this problem for one special education teacher.
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The Southeast Center for Education in the Arts (SCEA), an outreach department in the College of Arts and Sciences at UTC, is committed to the promotion and delivery of quality arts education. This year, their seventh annual National Arts & Education Forum discussed what exactly quality arts education means.
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