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Understanding pregnancy discrimination

Peggy Young was working part-time as a delivery driver for United Parcel Service in 2006 when she became pregnant. Though her job description required that she be able to lift 70 lbs, she could lift no more than 20 lbs during her pregnancy. She asked UPS for accommodations, either temporary desk work or assistance lifting heavy packages. UPS argued that Young didn’t meet their criteria for light duty and required her to take unpaid leave. In 2008, she filed a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit, which was heard by the Supreme Court in 2014.

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UTC Statement Regarding Recent Events

Diversity—including diversity of thought—is a core value of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. This idea was put to the test when a question of free speech developed between several groups of students.

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Instant Decision Day March 10

Whether you’re just getting started or need to finish a degree, you can get what you need at the Instant Decision Day on Thursday, March 10th, 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. in the UTC University Center. 

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Gold Scholar Program

UTC just became more affordable with the new GOLD Scholar Program. Incoming Freshmen can now attend the University at in-state tuition cost, saving out-of-state students thousands.

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There’s something different about summer school

Register now for summer school!

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