Updates and news for the week of April 18 – 24, 2023

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Quantum has arrived at UTC

Source: https://www.aps.org/publications/apsnews/201911/qubits.cfm

Source: https://www.aps.org/publications/apsnews/201911/qubits.cfm

Quantum technology is coming and, with it, new opportunities in education, jobs and business. Learn more about this emerging field via “Gig City Goes Quantum,” an EPB initiative in which UTC is a leading collaborator. UTC will be connected to the EPB quantum network launching this summer, and students will have access to it, where they can develop qualifications for new, quantum technology applications.

Free UTC-hosted presentations from quantum technology experts are taking place this week at the Center for Professional Education in the Mapp Building. Each talk begins at noon.

  • Wednesday (April 19): quantum networking with Dr. James Troupe, Xairos Quantum Communications Chief Scientist | Livestream link
  • Friday (April 21): quantum sensing with Dr. Tian Li, UTC Assistant Professor of Physics | Livestream link

If you missed Monday’s quantum computing discussion led by Dr. Raphael Pooser, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Senior Research Scientist, you can read the recap or watch the MocsTalk replay.

For more on these events and others, as well as learning modules to explore at your convenience, visit UTC Quantum Initiative or EPB Quantum Network.

Power C Tour Heads to Cleveland

The Power C Tour continues today (April 18) with an event from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Cleveland State Community College. A dual admissions agreement between UTC and Cleveland State will be formalized at this event.

Representatives from the academic colleges, student services and the UTC Executive Leadership Team—plus current students and mascot Scrappy—will be on hand to answer questions and make connections in a fun, relaxed environment. Cleveland State students who plan to attend UTC will have the opportunity to win scholarships and door prizes. Please reach out to Carrie-Sherbesman@utc.edu for any questions about the Power C Tour.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and the Center for Women and Gender Equity and Center for Wellbeing have partnered to put on a series of events throughout the month. For more information and an updated list of events, check out MocSync. Teal ribbons have been placed on trees around campus that link to the MocSync page.

This week’s events include:

  • Wednesday (April 19): Lunch Chat: What is Rape Culture?, Lupton Hall Room 118, noon
  • Wednesday (April 19): Joan McNeill Murray Lecture Series: The Influence of Pop Culture on How We Think About Victims, Derthick Hall Room 101, 6 p.m.

If you have questions, please contact emily-rosenquist@utc.edu in the Center for Women and Gender Equity or megan-mcknight@utc.edu in the Center for Wellbeing.

The outstanding people of UTC

Professor of Computer Science Hong Qin

Professor of Computer Science Hong Qin (pictured) has received an award of $1 million from the National Science Foundation for the project titled, “PIPP Phase I: Develop and evaluate probabilistic frameworks to predict and prevent future coronavirus pandemics.” His award was part of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs’ Q3 FY23 report.

Check out these Mocs making a difference:

  • An eight-member interdisciplinary student team comprised of interior architecture and design students Landon Parker, Blake Burba, Jacob Ridenour and Robyn Wood, mechanical engineering student Caleb Traxler, chemical engineering student Daron Lyons and construction management master’s students Lina Abdelkarim and Kenisha Gardner is one of 10 finalists in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2023 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge. The team’s faculty advisor is Dr. Eun Young Kim.
  • MPH Program Director and Associate Professor Amir Alakaam and MPH student Hannah Jeffery were honored by the Tennessee Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Chattanooga Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Alakaam was the recipient of the 2022-2023 Outstanding Dietetic Educator Award and Jeffery was the recipient of the 2022-2023 Outstanding Dietetics Student Award.
  • Dr. Dawn Ford was live on Local 3 News’ 3 Plus Your Community to talk about the Hamilton County Health Department’s 2023 Public Health Survey.
  • UC Foundation Professor of Mathematics Aniekan Ebiefung was recognized for his service on a Peer Review Committee for the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The Institute of International Education organized and convened discipline-based peer review committees that encompass the diversity of U.S. academia.
  • UTC Solar Decathlon Club members Andrew Eubanks and Christian Despeaux were interviewed by Local 3 News about the capsule home they are building with clean energy in mind.
  • Two cast members from the UTC Theatre Co. production of “Everybody,” senior Kat Wilcox-Chelimsky and freshman Karlee Jamieson, visited The Daily Refresh to promote this week’s play.
  • A school-record seven Mocs earned 2023 Hampshire Honor Society membership from the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. The group includes punter/kickoff specialist Gabe Boring, offensive lineman McClendon Curtis, quarterback Preston Hutchinson, wide receiver Andrew Manning, punter Jason Pierce, kicker Aaron Sears and defensive back CaMiron Smith.

Game, Set, Match

Credit: Chattanooga Athletics

Credit: Chattanooga Athletics

For the first time in school history, the Mocs men’s tennis team won the Southern Conference regular-season title, going 16-6 overall and 6-1 in league play.

UTC will be the No. 1 seed in this weekend’s SoCon Tournament, which will be held at the Champions Club off Hixson Pike.

Another Busy Week at UTC

From left: Karlee Jamieson, Ellen Rich, Katie Mullins and Austin Oppedisano

From left: Karlee Jamieson, Ellen Rich, Katie Mullins and Austin Oppedisano

The UTC Theatre Co. presents Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ “Everybody” today through Saturday (April 18-22) in the Fine Arts Center’s Dorothy Hackett Ward Theatre. Performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. each night, with a 2 p.m. matinee performance on Saturday (April 22).

Tickets can be purchased through the UTC Box Office in person, by phone (423-425-4371) and by visiting the UTC Theatre web page. Tickets are $12 for general admission and $10 for students (with proof of student ID) and seniors.

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This week, the Gary W. Rollins College of Business will hold virtual information sessions about UTC’s Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Data Analytics graduate programs.

The Rollins College of Business graduate degree programs provide flexible course options such as 100% online courses taught asynchronously and in-person courses taught during the evening to help accommodate your lifestyle.

MBA (Master of Business Administration):

MSDA (Master of Science in Data Analytics):

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University Health Services and Employee Wellness are holding a biometric screening event for employees enrolled in State of Tennessee and Higher Education Health Insurance from 8-10:30 a.m. today (April 18) in the University Center Chattanooga Room. Participants can earn $50 for completing the biometric screening.

This screening is by appointment and at no cost when you bring your insurance information to your appointment. After the screening, have a light snack and enjoy health education resources. For questions related to this process, call (423) 425-2260.

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The Center for Academic Support and Advisement will be hosting a walk-in registration lab for freshmen needing help registering for their fall 2023 courses from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. daily today through Thursday (April 18-20) in UTC Library Room 321. Peer Academic Coaches will be available to assist students. For more information about Peer Academic Coaching, click here.

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The Department of Social, Cultural, and Justice Studies is hosting Crimes of the Powerful from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. today (April 18) in the University Center Chattanooga Rooms B and C. Topics range from banking and technology to meat packing and agriculture.

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The Center for Career and Leadership Development is excited to recognize the spring 2023 cohort of the Moc LEAD Organizational Leadership Experience from 4:30-5:30 p.m. today (April 18) in the 1st Floor Multipurpose Rooms of the West Campus housing complex. Students have spent 10 weeks actively exploring critical membership areas such as recruitment, retention, motivation, leading change and executing transitions; discovering new approaches; connecting with a network of resources; and creating a blueprint that will help plan for positive changes in their organizations/communities. If your schedule permits, please join us as we congratulate these Mocs for their commitment to learning and leadership.

If you plan on stopping by, kindly RSVP on MocSync. A brief program is expected to begin at 4:45 p.m. Hot appetizers, dessert and mocktails will be available.

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This year’s UTC Holocaust Lecture, titled “An Ancient Antisemitic Myth: The Blood Libel during the Holocaust,” will take place at 5 p.m. today (April 18) in Derthick Hall Room 201. The speaker is Elissa Bemporad, the Jerry and William Ungar Chair in East European Jewish History and the Holocaust and Professor of History at Queens College and the City University of New York Graduate Center.

Bemporad, a two-time winner of the National Jewish Book Award, is the author of “Becoming Soviet Jews: The Bolshevik Experiment in Minsk,” “Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets,” and “Revolution, Civil War, and New Ways of Life.”

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The Office of Research and Special Projects announced a pair of limited submission funding opportunities now available to all faculty members, and both programs have a submission deadline of Wednesday (April 19)Please click here to learn more about the internal competition process for the Tennessee Arts Commission Arts Build Communities and NEH Summer Stipends programs.

Direct questions about InfoReady Review to ashley-ledford@utc.edu. Quick guides on how to set up a profile and how to apply are available on the ORSP page.

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Dr. Lindsay Whetter, a visiting researcher scholar from the United Kingdom, will be the featured speaker for Stories from Prison: The Case for Prison Ethnography, taking place at noon on Wednesday (April 19) in the University Center Auditorium. Dr. Whetter will be conducting ethnographic research on the lived experiences of people incarcerated in Tennessee prisons while she is at UTC.

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The 2nd Annual Fly for Researchers pitch competition for UTC faculty and graduate student innovators will be held from 3:30-5 p.m. on Wednesday (April 19) at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Mapp Building, spotlighting ideas that have the potential to be commercialized or licensed.

The finalists:

  • Whole Homes: Andrew Eubanks (student), Connor Mackey (student) and Sungwoo Yang, assistant professor, Civil and Chemical Engineering
  • Modular, Pneumatically Actuated Balance Platform: Erkan Kaplanoglu, associate professor, Engineering Management and Technology; Max Jordon, assistant professor, Physical Therapy; Dr. Jeremy Bruce, M.D.; Ahad Nasab, professor, department head, Engineering Management and Technology
  • Drone-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) System to Detect and Assess Damaged Solar Panels: Abdul Ofoli, UC Foundation associate professor, Electrical Engineering, and Vahid Disfani, assistant professor, Electrical Engineering
  • Audio Quality eXtreme (AQX): Joshua Tyler (student) and Donald Reising, UC Foundation associate professor, Electrical Engineering
  • Clear Insulator Energy Efficient Window Applications: Sungwoo Yang, assistant professor, Civil and Chemical Engineering

To register for the event, click here. For more information, email jennifer-skjellum@utc.edu.

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The 2023 Technology Symposium, a community event organized by the College of Engineering and Computer Science, will take place from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Thursday (April 20) at the Chattanooga Public Library (1001 Broad St.). The event is free and open to the general public.

The 6th annual event, titled “Technology Imprints on our Lives,” will showcase more than 120 community projects and undergraduate and graduate applied research projects from the students and faculty of the College of Engineering and Computer Science, Chattanooga State Community College and Hamilton County Schools.

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Join New Student and Family Programs at 1 p.m. on Thursday (April 20) in the University Center Raccoon Mountain Room for an ice cream social to learn about Enrollment Management and Student Affairs 2023 fall opening and recruitment events. Dr. Yancy Freeman will lead the conversation and present information about several programs that involve our newest Mocs.

Staff members from New Student Orientation, Moc Up, MOC Academy, Operation Move In, Panhellenic Recruitment, First Flight, Welcome Week and Undergraduate Admissions will be available to help answer questions.

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The Religious Scholars Association is hosting an event about Judaism and anti-semitism at 5 p.m. on Thursday (April 20) at the Mizpah Jewish Temple on McCallie Avenue. The featured speaker is Rabbi Craig Lewis. Everyone is invited to attend. Click here for more information.

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On Friday (April 21), the UTC Bookstore will hold a tie-dye event from noon-4 p.m. Students are invited to make a shirt and de-stress. Shirts and supplies will be provided.

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On Friday (April 21) and Saturday (April 22), the Department of History, the Honors College and students from Dr. Mark A. Johnson’s class UHON 3510: From Farm to #FoodPorn will host a two-day event called Porkorama.

  • At 6:30 p.m. Friday in the Guerry Center Reading Room, University of Georgia Professor Jamie Kreiner will be the guest speaker for a presentation titled “Premodern Pigs and Their People: A Conversation About Life, Death and the Diving Order.” Kreiner will discuss her books “Legions of Pigs” and “The Wandering Mind.”
  • Overnight, UTC students—led by Johnson, University of Alabama Professor Darrin Griffin and arborist Joe Wright—will burn down hickory wood for coals and tend to the eight-hour cooking of a Berkshire-Duroc hybrid pig, a heritage-breed pig raised by Riverview Farms in Ranger, Georgia.
  • On Saturday morning, the cooks invite the public to visit the site, smell the wood and pork, and chat with UTC students about the experience, the history of hogs in Appalachia, the hog taboo around the world, hogs in popular culture, and food studies from a historical and anthropological perspective.

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The Department of Art, along with the Institute of Contemporary Art, is hosting the 2023 Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Thesis Exhibition in the UTC Fine Arts Center takes place through Saturday (April 22).

The annual BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition is the capstone achievement of graduating BFA studio majors, comprised of a public exhibition and artist lecture series, which represents the culmination of two years of intensive artistic and intellectual development for the department’s BFA candidates.

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The Office of Title IX has launched a campus survey for students. All students should have received an email on April 3 inviting them to participate in the survey, which is completely anonymous. Each email contains a unique URL, so students must check their email for their link to participate. Students have until midnight on Monday (April 24) to complete the survey.

The survey only takes about 15 minutes, but it will have a far-reaching impact for years to come. The survey’s goal is to measure how people of different backgrounds and identities experience our campus and to use that data to further enhance campus programs and services. The more students participate, the deeper our understanding will be about the experiences of students on our campus. Click here to learn more.

Coming Soon: Coffee with the Chancellor

The next Coffee with the Chancellor takes place from 8:45-9:30 a.m. next Tuesday (April 25) in the University Center Chattanooga Room. For those who haven’t attended Coffee with the Chancellor, stop by and chat, grab a cup of coffee and keep the mug. The only agenda is meaningful dialogue, so bring your creative ideas and any questions or concerns.

Mark your calendar for the WCTL Instructional Excellence Conference

The Walker Center for Teaching and Learning will host the 2023 Instructional Excellence Conference from 8:30-11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 9, in the University Center Tennessee Room. Come eat breakfast, hear a powerful address from our featured speaker and engage in a workshop that will give us some compelling ideas to consider as we decompress from the 2022-23 academic year and gear up for fall 2023. For more information and to register, click here.

The featured speaker will be Dr. Kevin Gannon, director of the Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence and professor of history at Queens University of Charlotte (North Carolina). He is the author of “Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto,” part of the Teaching and Learning in Higher Education series from West Virginia University Press, and is a regular contributor to the Chronicle of Higher Education. To get a sense of Dr. Gannon’s passion for impactful teaching, check out his conversations on the Tea for Teaching and Teaching in Higher Ed podcasts.

Please Participate in the Public Health Survey

Want to give your input on health concerns and health issues as a Hamilton County, Tennessee resident? UTC is collaborating with the Hamilton County Health Department on a Public Health Survey. This is an anonymous survey to help us know what programs are needed in Hamilton County. To take the survey online, click here.

Reserve Your Spot Today

In order to provide new transfer students and their guests with the most information in a limited time frame, New Student and Family Programs is holding a UTC Student Services Fair from 8-9 a.m. in the University Center Tennessee Room during check-in for all in-person transfer orientation sessions on April 25, June 8, July 13 and August 1.

If your office or area provides a service or program that would be beneficial to an incoming transfer student, please consider attending the Student Services Fair. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today by emailing your name and program and/or department to: Carrie-Sherbesman@utc.edu.

Campus Updates

To all our graduating Mocs, congratulations from UTC Advancement. As you transition from student to alumnus, you have the opportunity to have a lasting impact at UTC. By donating just $5 or more, you can receive an exclusive gold cord to wear at commencement, signifying your commitment to future Mocs. This small donation can go a long way in helping to fund scholarships and enhance academic programs. Plus, wearing the gold cord will set you apart as a proud UTC supporter. Donate today and leave a legacy for future students at your alma mater.

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On April 28-29, UTC will be hosting the annual meeting of the History of Philosophy Society. Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, Philosophy and Religion, and Environmental Studies, the campus community is invited to attend “Life on Earth” keynote addresses presented by Baird Callicott (University of North Texas, emeritus) and Jason Wirth (Seattle University). For more information, contact lucy-schultz@utc.edu

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The International Symposium on Digital Forensics and Security—ISDFS 2023—will be held both online and in person at UTC on May 11-12. This symposium has been supported by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers since 2016. All papers approved by the referees and presented at the symposium will be sent for publication in the IEEE Xplore library. For information or questions, email Asaf-Varol@utc.edu.

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The Tony Award-winning best musical “Dear Evan Hansen” is coming to the Tivoli Theatre May 23-28, and UTC employees, students, their families and friends are being offered a 25% discount code for select performances.

Interested? Click here, go through the purchase process, and you’ll receive the 25% discount.

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Any University email that contains the following protected or sensitive information must be encrypted:

  • Protected health information (i.e., patient record information)
  • Personally identifiable information (i.e., Social Security number)
  • Credit card information
  • Any information protected by governmental or institutional regulations

Did you know you can send encrypted emails to other employees in Outlook by putting the word “encrypt” in the subject line of your email? For more information and step-by-step instructions, visit the IT Knowledge Base.

The UT Vault is another method for securing sensitive emails. This tool is especially useful if you are sending a sensitive email to a student, someone with another email service provider, or if someone outside of UT needs to send you sensitive information. The UT Vault is also useful if you need to send an email with a large attachment. Visit UT Knoxville’s OIT webpage for more information.

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Mocs Card Services is issuing new cards to all faculty, staff and students. Please get your new card before the end of the semester.

What is the difference in the current Mocs Card and the NEW Mocs Card? The new Mocs Card is embedded with a RFID chip (tap technology) that will coincide with the installation of new card readers across campus.

  • Bring your current Mocs Card to the ID Office in University Center Room 262 to exchange for the new card.
  • The ID Office is open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
  • If you do not bring your current ID, there is a $30 replacement fee. Replacement fees are processed in the Bursar Office (University Center Room 274).
  • Contact Mocs Card Services (423-425-5819) or the ID Office (423-425-2218) with questions.

Looking ahead

Events posted to this week’s University master calendar include:

Jessie Young (photo credit: Dale Rutemeyer/GoMocs.com)

Jessie Young (photo credit: Dale Rutemeyer/GoMocs.com)

This week’s Mocs Athletics calendar:

  • Tuesday (April 18): Women’s Golf at the SoCon Championships (Hilton Head, S.C.), All Day
  • Wednesday (April 19): Softball at Austin Peay (Clarksville, Tenn.), 5 p.m.
  • Thursday (April 20): Men’s Tennis at the SoCon Championships (Champion Club), All Day
  • Thursday (April 20): Women’s Tennis at the SoCon Championships (Champion Club), All Day
  • Friday (April 21): Men’s Tennis at the SoCon Championships (Champion Club), All Day
  • Friday (April 21): Women’s Tennis at the SoCon Championships (Champion Club), All Day
  • Friday (April 21): Outdoor Track & Field at the Georgia Tech Invite (Atlanta, Ga.), All Day
  • Friday (April 21): Beach Volleyball vs. Lindenwood (Morehead, Ky.), 10 a.m.
  • Friday (April 21): Beach Volleyball vs. Eastern Illinois (Morehead, Ky.), 6 p.m.
  • Saturday (April 22): Men’s Tennis at the SoCon Championships (Champion Club), All Day
  • Saturday (April 22): Women’s Tennis at the SoCon Championships (Champion Club), All Day
  • Saturday (April 22): Outdoor Track & Field at the Georgia Tech Invite (Atlanta, Ga.), All Day
  • Saturday (April 22): Beach Volleyball vs. Tennessee Tech (Morehead, Ky.), 10 a.m.
  • Saturday (April 22): Softball vs. UNC Greensboro (Frost Stadium), 1 p.m.
  • Saturday (April 22): Softball vs. UNC Greensboro (Frost Stadium), 3 p.m.
  • Saturday (April 22): Beach Volleyball at Morehead State (Morehead, Ky.), 6 p.m.
  • Sunday (April 23): Men’s Golf at the SoCon Championships (Eatonton, Ga.), All Day
  • Sunday (April 23): Softball vs. UNC Greensboro (Frost Stadium), 2 p.m.
  • Monday (April 24): Men’s Golf at the SoCon Championships (Eatonton, Ga.), All Day

Looking back

A UTC ROTC training exercise recently took place in the paintball arena, with 30 cadets participating in the program.

Here are some other recent UTC stories featured in the Newsroom:

  • Brock Scholar and December 2022 UTC graduate Gus Gaston is heading to Germany in July after being selected as one of 75 finalists for the 2023-2024 year of the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals.
  • The UTC SMILE Fund (Student Managed Investment Learning Experience) team of senior Jacob Barber and juniors Grant Fetters, Claire Hoeke and Nick Morris advanced to the Americas Region Finals in the worldwide Chartered Financial Analyst Institute Research Challenge.
  • For the fourth time in eight years, the UTC Mock Trial team advanced to the national championship tournament. The tournament, which takes place April 14-16 in Memphis at host site Rhodes College, features 48 mock trial teams from across the country.
  • You name it, the subject was probably discussed during the UTC Spring Research and Arts Conference. About 500 students, faculty and staff presented the results of their semester-long research projects.
  • Dr. Claudia Williamson Kramer describes her view of economics as “a way of thinking, but also descriptive of human behavior. So, another way of thinking about economics is as the study of human action, and when we think of it that way, it sounds much more like a social science. And it is.”
  • UTC celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month in April while the academic year is still in session. Throughout May, people across the U.S. celebrate AAPI Month in honor of the impact Asian cultures have on society.
  • Described as a perspective learning course, Adapted Physical Education offers different points of view toward better understanding adaptive physical activities and the importance of incorporating adaptive activities to enable involvement for everyone. The course debuted at UTC this semester.
  • The annual field games competition between the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Gary W. Rollins College of Business took place Thursday on Chamberlain Field.

WUTC Spotlight: Scenic Roots

This week, UTC is hosting three presentations on the future of quantum computing as part of “Gig City Goes Quantum.” The initiative, led by EPB and Qubitekk, will prepare for education, jobs and business opportunities in the emerging field of quantum technology.

A recent segment on WUTC’s Scenic Roots featured UTC Assistant Professor of Physics Tian Li, who will give a quantum sensing presentation at noon this Friday (April 21) at the Center for Professional Education in the Mapp Building.

Be Well Tip of the Week: Autism Acceptance Month

April is Autism Celebration Month. We have moved beyond awareness, have watched the level of acceptance increase and now we celebrate. We celebrate autism because neurodiversity allows us to see and experience the world in so many different ways. Many autistic individuals (not all) are creative, loyal, honest, attentive to details, problem solvers and caring.

UTC has a large population of neurodiverse students who experience our campus in different ways. Because we never know people’s full story, it is always the best approach to use kindness and acceptance. 

UTC has a widely recognized program for autistic college students and would always welcome your partnership. If you would like to learn more about Mosaic or learn about becoming a mentor in our program, please feel free to contact us at (423) 425-4006.


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