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California Alumnus Bequeaths $250,000 for Endowed Engineering Scholarship

When Daniel Seth Batkin arrived at the University of Chattanooga in 1968 the school and the city were much different places than they are today. Chattanooga’s “urban Renaissance” was more than a decade away and UC was on the cusp of becoming a part of the University of Tennessee system. Yet, with change afoot, it was evident to this newcomer, that the university still very much retained its hometown

11 UTC Students Awarded ChaTech Scholarships

ChaTch announces the winners of their 2019 ChaTech Scholarship Awards and 11 of them are students from UTC. The UTC students selected to receive $1,000 ChaTech Scholars awards are: 1. Allyson Adam 2. Alnour Alharin 3. Adam Dean 4. Sean Alexander King 5. Dakila Ledesma 6. Daniel Stephen Mailman 7. Grace Nansamba 8. Ivan Nataren 9. Arielle Nord 10. Emily Thomas 11. Peter Devin Way* *For the first time,

Dean’s List Spring 2019

NAMES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER Laith Abood Allyson Adam Abdulrahman Albalawi Mohammed Aldosari Abdulrahman Alenezi Abdulaziz Alessa Hadwan Alhadrami Mohammed Alhamed Ayidh Alharbi Ali Almagbool Hassan Almahdi Hussain Almarri Fahad Almutairi Abdullah Almutawa Hassan Almutawa Nawar Alotaibi Saleh Alyami Ian Ammerall Charles Anderson Matthew Andrews Thomas Arms Jackson Arnold Jacob Asbury Shelby Balch Peyton Ball Christopher Ballard William Barnard Lukas Barr Ariel Bartel Kyle Barton Tyler Basham Phillip Basti Justin

2019 Technology Symposium Winners

On Thursday, April 18th, the College of Engineering and Computer Science held the second annual Technology Symposium at the Downtown Chattanooga Public Library. 130 projects were on display with the researchers standing by to present their work for judges and visitors. After tallying the scores from the judges, comprised of local businesses, professionals and UTC faculty members, the following awards were given. For a full write up on the

Spring Career Fair 2019

On March 6, 2019, The College of Engineering and Computer Science held their Spring Career Fair. The event boasts 50+ companies who set up booths to offer UTC students opportunities to learn more about their companies, and in many cases, intervew for open positions, internships and more. The event was held from 10am to 2pm in the EMCS building on the 3rd and 4th floor. The career fair is

Speaker Series – John Loudermilk – Maximize Your Value with Diverse Experiences and Views

On Tuesday, February 19, John Loudermilk spoke to the College of Engineering and Computer Science students on the topic of “Maximizing your value with diverse experiences and views.” Loudermilk is Chief Operating Officer, Birla Carbon, based in Atlanta, Georgia and a UTC engineering alum. Over his 25 years of experience in the chemical industry, Loudermilk has held a variety of leadership positions within Monsanto and Solutia Inc. with responsibilities

UTC Students Develop Plan to Save Erlanger $1 Million Over Five Years

More than 250 students graduate from UTC each year as engineers, computer scientists and technologists. During their senior year, students participate in a capstone design project, which they present at the annual UTC Technology Symposium in Chattanooga. Each senior capstone design project course provides students with a real-world problem to solve and is often sponsored by a public or private sector partner. Since students are currently working on projects

‘Mocs’Phersons: Siblings Plugged into Video-Game Arcade

On the third floor of the Engineering, Math and Computer Science building, just down…

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Grant approved for research into wastewater treatment using microalgae

On Dec. 4, 2018, the UTC Faculty Grants Committee awarded $1,600 the project Photobioreactor Development for Microbial Treatment of Hamilton County Wastewater Effluents. A UTC research team led by Dr. Michael Danquah, professor and director of the university’s chemical engineering program, is developing a sustainable technology to treat Hamilton Country wastewater using microalgae. These organisms can recycle carbon while consuming contaminants from wastewater to produce useful biological compounds such

Fall 2018 Career Fair

Every Fall, the College of Engineering and Computer Science hosts a Career Fair to give students an opportunity to meet local employers for interviews for co-op, internship, and employment. The Career Fair was held on November 7th, 2018, on the 3rd and 4th floors of the Engineering, Math, and Computer Science building. Over 50 vendors from surrounding businesses participated in the event. For students who wanted to know the