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Graduate Athletic Training Program researches impact in youth football

Faculty and students in The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Graduate Athletic Training Program joined MomsTEAM Institute, a leading youth sports health and safety think tank and watchdog group, for a pilot test of MomsTEAM’s innovative SmartTeam™ program which installs impact sensors in youth football players’ helmets. “This started as an initiative to improve policies, procedures, and safeguards to protect kids and reduce the risk of brain and other

UTC community enjoy campus snowfall

After days of anticipation, the Chattanooga area was greeted with its first large snowfall of the year. Campus was blanketed with snow, and students enjoyed themselves with snowball fights, making snow angels, and sledding. Here are some user submitted photos of the day’s fun.

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UTC InfoSec Center earns new designation from NSA and Homeland Security

It’s stressful for consumers to learn about technology pickpockets who steal sensitive online information, wreaking havoc for government agencies, insurance companies, and department store chains.  We can’t conjure an invisible shield to protect us, but on our own campus is a regional model for promoting excellence in information security education, assisting businesses, government agencies, education institutions and industry in their information security needs.     It is The University of

Five inducted to 2015 Athletics Hall of Fame

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department and the Office of Alumni Affairs announced the Class of 2015 Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees.

Students leave UTC for Holocaust study tour, one student blogging about experience

A group of UTC students enrolled in a history course, The Holocaust: Perpetrators, Victims, and Bystanders, will take a Holocaust study tour in Poland and Germany during UTC’s spring break.

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