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Dr. Neslihan Alp featured in Groundbreakers Storytelling: Women in STEM

In celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, Dr. Neslihan Alp will participate in “Groundbreaking Stories:  Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)” on Tuesday, March 10, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Chattanooga Downtown Public Library Auditorium, located at 1001 Broad Street in Chattanooga. This event is free and open to the public.  RSVP is required, visit womengroundbreakers.com to save a seat. “Chattanooga’s ground-breaking women are STEM field

Seventh Annual Introduction to Asia Conference set for March 5

The UTC Asia Program is hosting the Seventh Annual Introduction to Asia Conference on March 5, from noon-5 p.m. at the UTC University Center. Students, professors, teachers, administrators and the public are welcome.

Women’s Studies Spring 2015 Speaker Series begins February 23

The Women’s Studies Spring 2015 Speaker Series presents its first lecture, “Pregnant Chicks Get Fat and Other Legal Discoveries” by Dr. Michelle Deardorff.

Dr. Richard Brown named to THEC Formula Review Committee

When a new committee reviews the State of Tennessee’s existing outcomes-based funding formula for Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) consideration, UTC will have a seat at the table. Dr. Richard Brown, Executive Vice Chancellor for Finance, Operations, and Information Technology at UTC, was appointed to the committee by Dr. Russ Deaton, Interim Director of THEC. The formula was originally developed in response to the Complete College Tennessee Act of

Professor assists World Bank with international policy issues

For a woman who speaks seven languages, it makes sense that Dr. Irina Khmelko, UC Foundation Associate Professor of Political Science, Public Administration, and Nonprofit Management, is interested in international politics. She’s putting her expertise to good use by serving on a committee for World Bank, a United Nations international financial institution focused on ending global poverty and boosting shared prosperity. The five-member committee includes Khmelko, another university professor,

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