Campus hosts inaugural class of Chancellor’s School for prospective teachers

Seven future teachers spent the week on campus learning more about the profession they aspire to join by learning how to best engage high school students in the classroom. Because the group itself is made up of high school students from Chattanooga’s Tyner Academy, it might be assumed they could describe effective classrooms based on personal preference. UTC Chancellor Steve Angle has challenged them to do much more than

UTC grad navigates through the maze of national politics

Queen Alford Stats Senior year (2016-17) 32 games played Points per game: 9.3 2-point percentage: 41.7 3-point percentage: 28.3 Free throw percentage: 71.4 Junior year (2015-2016). 32 games played 2-point percentage: 10.9 3-point percentage: 38.5 Free throw percentage: 75.9 During the two seasons Queen Alford was allowed to play basketball at UTC—she was redshirted for the first year under NCCA rules—the team went 45-19 (.703). UTC won the regular

Communication head chosen as one of the best in the country

Felicia McGhee, interim head of the Department of Communication, is one of nine people nationwide to be selected to participate in a yearlong communications program.

Guerry renovation nearing the end

Linda Frost, dean of the Honors College, takes a tour through the Alexander Guerry Center, where the college originally was located and will soon return.

UTC English professor wins inaugural distinguished writing award

Richard Jackson, UT National Alumni Association Distinguished Service professor, says being chosen “means a great deal.”

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