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Town Hall meeting addresses UTC budget for 2015-16

During a town hall budget meeting held November 20 for faculty and staff, Chancellor Steve Angle said we are in “a time of change.” He discussed positive changes–an increase in our graduation rate, also in our retention rate, and exciting new plans for development adjacent to campus.  Changes in the way we do business will also be coming as the campus closely examines efficiencies, redundancies, and the use of

Survey says, “Take me!”

We all want the best possible learning and working environment at UTC. You can help make that happen. Check your email for the survey from ModernThink. Log in with the username and password in the email—it should take you approximately 20 minutes to complete this important document. Your participation matters. A higher response rate at UTC gives a better understanding of employee opinions and needs. UTC employees are responding—to

Emergency exercise completed, guidelines provided for a real emergency

A simulated domestic violence situation mushroomed into a staged shooting during the Campus Wide Emergency Response Exercise conducted at Engel Stadium during fall break. UTC Police and the Office of Safety and Risk Management played important roles in the exercise as they would if a real campus event were to occur, but each person on campus will also have a role in the case of a real emergency. If

Chancellors discusses budget plans

In this issue: Chancellor Steve Angle talks about the budget Provost Jerald Ainsworth conquers Ironman Chattanooga Chancellor Steve Angle talks about the budget Chancellor Steve Angle and the UTC leadership team are communicating with the campus about short and long-term budget challenges. Issues being discussed include: This is a time of change for higher education. Developments in technology, the creation of the Tennessee Promise which provides a community college