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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.

Social network WalletHub interviews professor about telework

WalletHub recently looked at each state in the U.S. to determine gas and car costs associated with the commute to work.  In an interview with Dr. Bart Weathington, UC Foundation Professor of Psychology, he explained the pros and cons and gave some tips to teleworkers.

Kim Wheetley honored by Southeastern Theatre Conference

Professor emeritus Kim Wheetley was honored by the Southeastern Theatre Conference at the group’s 2015 convention in Chattanooga. He received the Sarah Spencer Child Drama Award, which recognizes an individual or organization for dynamic and engaging work for young people.

Music professor’s work performed at National Gallery of Art

Dr. Jonathan McNair’s Follow the Drinking Gourd was performed by the Marian Anderson String Quartet at the National Gallery of Art in a concert presented in honor of African American History Month. McNair was commissioned to compose the work for Chattanooga Symphony for its resident quintets.  He was asked to revise and adapt the work for the Marian Anderson String Quartet. “The story told by the narrator is based

Dr. Helen Eigenberg to present last Women’s Studies lecture of the semester

Dr. Helen Eigenberg presents “Who Is Creating the Knowledge in Your Textbook?” in the last Spring Women’s Studies lecture of the semester on Monday, March 30. Refreshments will be served at 5 p.m. and the lecture begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Raccoon Mountain Room of the UTC University Center.

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