Lots of friendly folks who attended Riverbend 2014 played a game of Corn Hole and walked away with goodies after visiting the UTC table. Lower temperatures and low humidity made the festival an enjoyable time to visit with alumni and friends of the University.
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Nashville-based band Here Come the Mummies brought their own special brand of funk to historic Engel Stadium for the second annual American Dream Concert. The event raised more than $6,000 for the Engel Foundation and the Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP) at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s College of Business.
Built in 1930, Engel Stadium will play host to something even older than itself – vintage base ball. With vastly different rules, equipment, and terminology (even a different name, as opposed to the modern “baseball”) vintage base ball is equal parts historic reenactment and sporting event.
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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.