Monthly Archives: September 2012

New criminal justice alumni complete online program

Patrol Sergeant Nevin Long of the Knoxville Police Department works nights, weekends, and swing shifts, a challenging schedule for someone who wanted to finish his college career. Long accomplished what seemed almost impossible.  At 37 years old, he walked in commencement exercises on December 15th at McKenzie Arena.  He was awarded The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. And he did it all

UTC welcomes Arts Learning Without Borders

Chattanooga is hosting the Arts Education Partnership’s National Forum on Arts Learning Without Borders on September 13-14, 2012, at The Chattanoogan Conference Center. 

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Steven Fox named National Amateur of the Month

UTC senior golfer Steven Fox has earned another honor—he was named the Southern Golf Association National Amateur of the Month for August. Read more here.

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Think Beyond the Classroom: Helping Students Help Others

By Megan Davis, University Relations Intern College isn’t all about academic pursuits. Some students are still playing games. These students aren’t goofing off—they are giving back to their community.

University to host industrial-organizational psychology conference

Now in its eighth year, the River Cities Industrial Organizational Conference (RCIO), hosted by the UTC Department of Psychology, will center on the theme of “Selecting for High Performance.” With a focus on identifying, developing, and selecting high performing employees, the conference will take place October 26 and 27 at the University Center.

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