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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.

Concert of American Music coming to UTC March 16

Three great American works for violin and piano will be performed at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Monday, March 16, at 7:30 p.m., Roland Hayes Concert Hall, in the UTC Fine Arts Center, corner of Palmetto and Vine Streets.

Arbor Day celebration honors UTC as Tree Campus USA

UTC celebrated five consecutive years as a Tree Campus USA and the City of Chattanooga was also honored for its 25th anniversary as a Tree City USA on Arbor Day, March 6.  The State of Tennessee honored both the University and the City of Chattanooga for these milestones. Of the 347 cities in the State of Tennessee, only 41 have earned the designation of Tree City USA. Tree Campus

Seventh Annual Asia Conference discusses economics, political issues

Yasuo Saito has learned many things during his recent tour of the southern United States, but none more interesting than the meaning and pronunciation of the word, “y’all.” Saito, Former Ambassador of Japan, and a group of panelists were on campus for the Seventh Annual Introduction to Asia Conference. Sponsored by The Freeman Foundation, the UTC College of Health, Education, and Professional Studies, the Japanese government, and the Taiwan

UTC community enjoy campus snowfall

After days of anticipation, the Chattanooga area was greeted with its first large snowfall of the year. Campus was blanketed with snow, and students enjoyed themselves with snowball fights, making snow angels, and sledding. Here are some user submitted photos of the day’s fun.

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