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Dr. and Mrs. Obear honored with Kiwanis award

Dr. and Mrs. Fred Obear have been honored with the Distinguished Service Award 2014 by the Kiwanis Club of Chattanooga, in honor of outstanding leadership and service in the community.

UTC ranked among Best Online Criminal Justice Programs

UTC is among the top 30 Best Online Criminal Justice Programs: 2015 in a new ranking by Affordable Colleges Online. The UTC Online Degree Completion Program in Criminal Justice is offered to students who have a two-year degree or the equivalent and have completed 60 hours of college work.  This must include completion of introductory courses in criminal justice, sociology, and psychology, and completion of all general education requirements.

UTC alumna becomes 2015 president of world’s largest scientific society

Dr. Diane Grob Schmidt ’67, a retired chemist from Procter & Gamble, is leading the American Chemical Society (ACS) as president in 2015. Schmidt, a UTC chemistry graduate, was named the 1995 UTC Distinguished Alumni Award winner.

See the 2015 UTC Department of Art Juried Student Exhibition

Artist and educator Joshua Bienko selected 54 works from 151 entries for inclusion in the exhibition, which includes a wide range of media and materials: from charcoal on paper and oil on canvas to mixed media installations and sculpture, digital collage and websites, artist’s books, zines, photographs, and six moving image works.

UTC earns national Carnegie classification for community engagement

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has achieved the national designation of a 2015 Community Engagement University by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. UTC is one of only 361 campuses to currently hold the distinction. “We are honored that the Carnegie Foundation has recognized our campus with this national distinction. Strong partnerships between UTC and our community are critical to our success,” said UTC Chancellor Steven

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