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UTC-IEEE Robotic Team achieves top four finish in competition

Students on the UTC-Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Robotics Team achieved prestigious recognition for their performance at the 2014 IEEE SouthEastCon Hardware Competition held in Lexington, Kentucky. It is the second time UTC has sent a team to the competition, which required participants to design a robot that shoots a projectile from various distances to emulate the playing and shooting dynamics of basketball.

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Spring brings music to campus

Do you enjoy hearing string, brass, wind or percussion instruments? Are choruses more your taste? Do you enjoy jazz, classical, or more modern music? The UTC Department of Music will present a wide range of concerts, recitals, and performances, showcasing a number of different styles and instruments. Performances will be free and open to the public, with seating given on a first come first served basis.

Mathematics Department hosts middle and high school poster competition

More than seventy-five middle and high school students visited UTC on March 27 for the Mathematics Department’s seventh annual Mathematics Poster Competition.

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UTC music professor honored in international and national composition contests

Dr. Kenyon Wilson, former Fulbright Scholar and Associate Professor of Low Brass and Music Theory, has won first place in one international and two national composer composition contests. Wilson has been with the UTC Department of Music faculty for more than a decade.

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University to host sports injury prevention conference

As youth sports related injuries continue to rise and receive national attention, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will explore and highlight issues related to prevention and management of injuries by hosting a two-day conference.

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