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A new look for Zachary’s exercise train

A 12-year old boy with multiple developmental, speech, and feeding delays in Soddy Daisy needed to exercise on a climbing structure at his home, but his parents said it wasn’t very interesting or fun to use.  A group of UTC engineering students in Dr. Cecelia Wigal’s first year Design Project class discovered Zachary loves trains, so they designed a new look for the climbing structure.  The design was topped

Orientations continue throughout summer

UTC is now boarding the Class of 2018 and transfer students for “Flight School!” The University’s orientation programs are designed not only to prepare you for academic success at the University, but will also familiarize you with its many resources as well as the spirit, colors, and tradition that make Chattanooga so unique.

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UTC Power ‘C’ travels the world this summer

Since the spring semester ended in April, UTC students have spread out across the globe for summer vacation. Coast to coast, from Maine to San Francisco, and overseas to South Africa, Croatia, and Germany among others, Mocs in gold and blue can be seen all over the world during the break.

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LeaderShape: a time to think, plan, and create a vision for the future

UTC students YOU KNOW will change the world –the second of two stories by Cindy Carroll For one week, I shook off my public relations responsibilities at UTC and embraced the role of faculty facilitator for the LeaderShape Institute, where 48 UTC students had an opportunity to consider who they are, how they lead, what they want to do to make a difference in their world, and then take

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Brock Scholars experience the art and history of Spain

A group of Brock Scholars, faculty, and alumni recently returned from a 10-day trip to Andalusia and Barcelona, the culmination of the Spain Travel Seminar course. Each spring semester, a Travel Seminar is designed to explore the fine art and history of a major cultural center abroad.

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