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UTC Organizations Partner with Community for Youth Blast 2015

“On a Quest for the Best” was the theme for this year’s Youth Blast, a two day conference for local students grades 6-12 that encourages success in areas of academics, social interactions, and relationships. Sixteen area organizations, including UTC’s Office of Equity and Diversity, Circle K, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, supported the event that provided workshops and inspiring speakers for the youth, as well

UTC School of Nursing recognized by Nurse Journal

By Ashley Arnold, University Relations Intern UTC’s School of Nursing has been included in Nurse Journal’s most recent rankings of America’s Best Nursing schools for the Eastern Region for the year 2015. Nurse Journal sorted over 1100 different schools into five different categories that included quality, affordability, convenience, satisfaction and value in order to find the best nursing schools in the Eastern Region. Dr. Christine Benz Smith, Director of

UTC students provide free health screenings at Minority Health Fair

The UTC School of Nursing (SON) and the Department of Health and Human Performance (HHP) students teamed up to work a multi-station booth at the 13th Annual Minority Health Fair hosted by the Southeast Tennessee Health Consortium Foundation in Chattanooga On Saturday, August 22, 2015 at the Eastgate Towncenter.

UTC Takes Back the Night from Sexual Violence on October 7

Take Back the Night is an internationally recognized event that is a visible stand against sexual violence, specifically violence against women. UTC’s third annual Take Back the Night event on October 7th will begin at 6pm at UTC’s Oak Street Amphitheater. The event is free and open to campus and community.

Sequoya Review, Open Call for Students’ Works

UTC’s Sequoya Review is seeking student talent in the forms of art and literature to feature in their annual literary journal. Submissions are accepted until September 30.

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