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Students honored by Red Cross as First Responder Heroes

Two UTC students, Macy Howell and Connor Pearce, were honored as First Responder Heroes at the 2015 annual Red Cross CHI Memorial Heroes Luncheon, for their rescue of another UTC student.

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Alumni Brothers Attend Medical School Together

Identical twins Jeremy and Jermaine Hogstrom ’15 admit to swapping identities many times in their lives, a challenge posed to parents, teachers, and friends.  They went to school together, graduated with honors from UTC, and call each other best friends. One obvious difference is Jermaine is a talented dancer—he and his partner took first place in a Latin dance competition when he was a student at UTC.  Jeremy enjoys

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VEP Graduate on What Makes the Program a Success

Mark Kidwell, veteran entrepreneur, launches social media firm to reach younger generations through technology.

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Integrated studies major accepted to eight medical schools

Matthew Woods wasn’t sure what he wanted to do while he was serving in the Georgia Army National Guard. But then he spent time in a hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, after his brother Bobby was shot in the head while serving in Afghanistan. “The initial news was devastating. When you hear ‘shot in the head,’ you immediately think death,” Woods said. “We later learned they had removed the bullet

Brothers graduate with engineering degrees, one will pursue Ph.D., the other begins career

David McPherson was homeschooled in Chattanooga, finished high school by age 15, and collected his UTC bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in May 2015 at 19 years old. His brother Andrew also graduated in May at age 21 with a software engineering degree.

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