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Dr. John Lee wins award, will include Chattanooga State transfer student in research

Dr. John Lee, Assistant Professor in the UTC Department of Chemistry, recently earned an award because he shows promise in establishing undergraduate research.

Entrepreneurship professor featured in WalletHub article

Dr. Diane Halstead, Mary Harris Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, UTC College of Business, was featured in WalletHub’s recent study which examined what the social media site found to be the best and worst cities to work for a small business.

HHP professor invited to prestigious summer institute

Tucson, Arizona, will see an influx of blue and gold this summer when Dr. Shewanee Howard-Baptiste, UTC Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance, attends the Summer Institute in Advanced Health Disparities next month. Sponsored by the National Institute of Health (NIH), the prestigious program is the part of institute’s initiative to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research (PRIDE-AHD). The PRIDE-AHD Program is an all-expense paid summer

Kluesner receives Dona Sparger Professional Service Award

Dr. Bryon Kluesner received the award at the Tennessee Association on Higher Education and Disability (TN-AHEAD) 2015 Spring Conference. Kluesner is the Adaptive Technology Coordinator in the UTC Disability Resource Center.

Dr. Richard Brown inducted into Tennessee 9-1-1 Hall of Honor

Dr. Richard Brown served as the first president of the 9-1-1 Tennessee Emergency Number Association, established in 1985 after the passage of the Emergency Communications Act. The not-for-profit corporation fostered the “technological advancement, availability and implementation of a universal 9-1-1 emergency telephone system by promoting research, planning, training and education.” Brown, Executive Vice Chancellor for Finance, Operations, and Information Technology at UTC, has been involved in honing 9-1-1 efforts

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