UTC Advisory Board Meets on Monday, April 8

The proposed agenda includes a UTC budget overview presentation, selection of a student member of the board to succeed JuJuan Lewis, the current student member whose term expires in June; and discussion of upcoming meeting dates.

Winners of CECS Tech Symposium are announced

  The winners have been announced from the UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science’s Tech Symposium on April 19 in the Chattanooga Public Library. They are:   Entrepreneurship Award (given by CO.LAB): “Open Spots Parking Application.” Students Terrince Bramhall, Chase Futrell and Evan Lane; faculty advisor Abdul Ofoli Freshmen Design Best Overall: “Mind Stimulating Activity Sensory Wall.” Students Mitchell Bauer, Walker Fannon, Noah Grigsby, Shelby Hash and Jamison

Commencement: Last-minute questions and answers

Commencement for both undergraduates and graduate students is next week.

Tech Symposium offers 130 student projects to local community

Engineering and computer science students from UTC displayed 130 projects at the second Tech Symposium in the downtown library.

Art class improves public-use bicycles, designs communications strategy

When Aggie Toppins, head of the art department, first came to UTC as a professor, she taught a class for design students called Co-Creations. One of the class projects was about bicycles. Students in the class set their sights on the public-use green-and-blue bikes stationed throughout Chattanooga. No one asked the students why bicycles. Rather, the students asked: “Why aren’t people using these?” They began exploring reasons. First, the

Cicadas are good indicators of environmental quality

Cicadas are good indicators of environmental quality, including city life.