Seven University of Tennessee at Chattanooga students or recent graduates have advanced to the semifinal level in the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award process, the highest total in the University’s history.
After a 26-year career at the DuPont chemical company, Becca Stimson is now in her second decade as a non-tenure-track faculty member at UTC, serving as an associate lecturer of chemistry and the general chemistry laboratory director.
Now in the early planning stages, the College Cleaners app is designed to connect college students who’d like help with household cleaning with students who’d like some extra cash.
Overcoming obstacles: Zennia Nesmith’s path to higher education has been full of “twists, turns and bumps along the way”
For University of Tennessee at Chattanooga adult learner Zennia Nesmith, having severe attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is tantamount to tracking one snowflake during a blizzard.
Amanda Price, a third-grade teacher at Taylor Elementary School in Cleveland, Tennessee, and a 2012 alumna of the UTC School of Education, was one of 30 national selections—and the only one from Tennessee—selected as Extraordinary Educators by Curriculum Associates.
Junior Lake Best, a Brock Scholar and communication major at UTC, was accepted into the Fulbright Canada Mitacs Globalink program—an international education experience under the Fulbright umbrella for U.S. students interested in traveling to Canada to undertake advanced research projects in their area of interest.
The UTC Black History Month kickoff event and Taste of Black Chattanooga took place Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the University Center Chattanooga Room.
Due in part to his teaching style and rapport with students, UTC’s Christopher Frishcosy has been nominated for the 2023 Young Engineer of the Year award from the Chattanooga chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
State commissioner visits UTC to advocate for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Commissioner Brad Turner visited the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Tuesday, Jan. 31, to discuss expanding opportunities for students with disabilities and to bring awareness to career paths in early intervention, child and family studies and social work.
Palm and face reading were tools used by physicians in the Middle Ages, “a way for physicians to understand on the outside of the body what is happening on the inside of the body,” said Dr. Kira Robison, associate professor of history at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.