UTC takes TISL best delegation again

Miles Mosby said he was apprehensive before his recent trip to the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville. Mosby, a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga political science major, serves as president of the campus’ chapter of the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature, better known as TISL. College students from across the state come together for TISL’s annual mock government competition, a forum to learn how government works, exchange ideas and express

UTC introduces nationwide program to train cybersecurity professionals

More than 597,000 jobs are now open in cybersecurity. About 6,700 cybersecurity jobs are open in Tennessee and about 300 in southeast Tennessee and north Georgia. Employment demand is expected to grow 22-24% in the next five years. Nationally, a cybersecurity professional with five to eight years’ experience earns about $99,000 a year. For more information http://www.cwct.us https://www.cyberseek.org https://threatmap.checkpoint.com A grant of almost $9.8 million from the U.S. National

New Study Hub open 24/7 through Dec. 7

Study Hub gives a space to hit the books, unwind or grab a snack.

Inaugural summer undergrad research program positions student to solve real-world problems

After 16 years in transportation engineering, Carmen Harvey pursues a bachelor’s in civil engineering.

Thankful at Thanksgiving: UTC community finds the good in 2021

Whether it’s gathered around a holiday table or from the cozy comfort of an on-campus apartment for one, many members of the University community will find themselves reflecting this week on what there is to be grateful for in 2021. We asked students, faculty and staff from across campus to share their thankful thoughts. Here’s what they said:   Nathaniel Andrews Freshman, computer science: cybersecurity major. “I am thankful for