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A real find: UTC scientist names beetle in honor of Darwin

Charles Darwin is not only known as the father of evolution, he also has a reputation as an excellent field biologist. On his voyage aboard the HMS Beagle from 1831-1836, he stopped along the coast of Argentina at Bahía Blanca, approximately 400 miles south of Buenos Aires. Among the many specimens he collected was a beetle that’s been lost for a long time, but was recently found by UTC Associate Professor Dr. Stylianos Chatzimanolis, who works in the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Dean of UTC College of Business receives honorary doctorate in Kenya

Nearly thirty years to the day after he received his first degree from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, UTC College of Business Dean Robert Dooley received an Honorary Doctorate of Science from Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya.

Chancellor delivers State of the University

Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger called UTC “a vital part of Hamilton County for more than 125 years” and he thanked Chancellor Steve Angle for his leadership.

Richard Jackson publishes two new poetry books

Dr Richard Jackson, UTNAA Professor of English, is publishing his eleventh book of poetry, Out of Place.

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CHEPS publishes journal

With support from the Maclellan Foundation, the UTC College of Health, Education, and Professional Studies (CHEPS) has recently begun publishing the Journal of Adolescent and Family Health (JA&FH).