UTC Presents 5th Anniversary Constitution Day Lecture

Today we dwell in an ever-more complex, globally engaged, and technology-dependent society. And yet we are governed under an eighteenth-century document written for a very different America. In this lecture, Dr. Wilfred McClay asks: Is it time to bid the Constitution goodbye, and embrace a more technocratic ideal? Should we submit to rule by disinterested experts who would govern by scientific principles rather than democratic majorities? Or does the

Katie Koestner, founder of Take Back The Night, to address Campus

Katie Koestner

Koestner will be presenting her “No – Yes Talk” at 6:30 on September 22, in the University Center Auditorium.

Brock Scholars take on Budapest and Prague

Lindsey Layman, Hayley Little, & Libby Boykin, overlooking the Danube with the Parliament Building in Budapest in the background

UTC’s Brock Scholars spent their summer exploring the streets and culture of historical European capitals Budapest, Hungary and Prague, Czech Republic. The theme, A River Runs Through It was designed by a group of students to study the two cities formerly part of the Habsburg Empire, both steeped in history.

UTC Alumni Receive Small Business Award

Drs. Dan Dotson and Kevin Kostka receiving 2015 Small Business Award

By Sarah Hedrick, Graduate Assistant University Relations For Drs. Dan Dotson and Kevin Kostka, starting a business required a bit of creativity and flexibility. In the face of a poor economic market, the two found a way to make their business a success. When they began in 2008, capital for new businesses was scarce. To cut costs the two UTC graduates passed on a physical space for their business

UTC’s Gary Liguori Appointed Senior Editor Means International Recognition for UTC

Gary Ligouri

UTC’s Department Head of Health and Human Performance (HHP) Gary Ligouri PhD, FACSM confirmed as Senior Editor for American College of Sports Medicine’s (ACSM) Health-related Physical Fitness Assessment Manual, 5th edition.