School Psychology Students offer insights after attending convention

The UTC School Psychology Student Association (SPSA) was formed recently to network and call attention to the UTC School Psychology program, according to Trevour Schoeller, a current Ed.S. student in the program. “We have 28 members, several are in internships and some are in practicums,” said Schoeller, who serves as president of the student group. The UTC SPSA held a series of fundraisers so that students could attend the

‘Neural Tango’ concert explores the benefits of music therapy

Girl Playing Piano

Tales of the Neural Tango, a concert/workshop event designed to entertain as well as enlighten the audience to the benefits of music in therapeutic environments, will take place on Sunday afternoon, March 22nd at 3 p.m. at the Cadek Conservatory on the UTC campus.

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University to host geology conference


Geoscientists from the southeastern United States and beyond will convene at the Chattanoogan Hotel and Conference Center, March 19-20, to discuss new and hot-topic science, expand on current studies, and explore the region’s unique geologic features.

Students on Holocaust Tour play detectives and explore Kraków

Today we had a lighter experience, we visited the Jewish center in Oswiecim. This place not only looks at the horrible things that happened to the Jews during the Holocaust, but also at their happiness before and after the war. We got to play detectives as we handled different photos of something in the center. It could be a photo of a person, a stone tablet, or even a

Holocaust Tour takes students to Auschwitz

Today started with layering up for the cold wind that awaits us outside. Upon arriving to the camp of Auschwitz 1, it’s not like the photos that most of us were raised on seeing, the camp is covered with two barbed wire fences and destroyed roads, but the buildings are what really take you by surprise.  It almost looks like a peaceful town from the outside with the tall