Faculty author’s book “Thrown” earns critical acclaim


When Kerry Howley attended her first cage fights, she sometimes thought “I can’t look, I can’t look!” but later decided “I can’t look away.” Her interest began when she was pursuing her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Iowa, located in a state where many men who wrestled in high school later become cage fighters. She was drawn into the fights on television during the moments

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Chemistry concepts explained with Candy Color Wheel


Chemistry Fun Day at the Creative Discovery Museum in Chattanooga gives UTC students in the Chemistry Club a chance to show young children the fun side of learning chemistry. The children enjoyed several activities, including the The Color Candy Wheel, created by placing 5-7 pieces of candy in a white bowl of water. “In time, the dye and sugar of the candy spread through water forming several sections of

Software to benefit students in Construction Management concentration

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Software valued at $650,000 was awarded to the Construction Management concentration in the Engineering Technology Management program at UTC. “I’m really pleased with this generous gift given by the Synchro Software LTD, which will provide our students a better learning environment to become more real world ready when they graduate from the College of Engineering and Computer Science at UTC,” said Dr. Neslihan Alp, Interim Dean of the College

Affordable Colleges Foundation Names UTC to Top Online MBA Programs for 2014-2015


Affordable Colleges Foundation, a resource for online learning and college affordability information, recently included UTC in its Best Online MBA Programs for 2014-2015. Programs were analyzed on several cost, quality, and student support-related metrics, such as student-faculty ratio, percentage of faculty with the Ph.D. degree, and full tuition of the online MBA program. “Flexibility and affordability in online MBA programs is important, but quality cannot be ignored,” said Dan

College of Engineering and Computer Science hosted first Career Fair


Although the job market is starting to look up, many students still need help with the search.