Regional executive and senior officer of the Nashville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Lee Jones, will give a presentation on the state of the economy in the region and in the U.S.
Artists in Cress Gallery exhibition are ‘fearless & resilient’
UTC Cress Gallery of Art, in partnership with Chattanooga’s AIM Center, presents “fearless & resilient” featuring a collection of works from artists Ken Grimes, Laura Craig McNellis and Dan Miller, with a curated selection of works from the AIM Center’s emerging artist, all of whom have some form of disability.
Mocs Block final concert features Russel Dickerson
Country music star Russell Dickerson, who has appeared on the Today Show and the Bachelorette, will perform before the final Mocs home game of Fall 2017.
Electric Menagerie, an eclectic mix of music, Nov. 9
Hip-Hop, Pop, Fusion, New Concert Music, and Improvisation will alternate in an entertaining mix for just short of an hour.
9th annual SGA Bonfire
Get fired up and support your Mocs student-athletes! The 9th annual SGA Bonfire is November 15, 2017. The festivities begin at 6 p.m. with the pep rally and bonfire lighting at 7 p.m. at Chamberlain Field. Students with a valid Mocs card can come get a limited edition bonfire T-shirt (while supplies last) and free…
Panel Discussion considers Reconstruction Era and the National Park Service
A three-person panel will present an overview of the Reconstruction Era and how the National Park Service is focusing on the era.
Saeid Golkar’s ‘Sweet Research’ focuses on ‘Politicization of Social Cleavages in Iran’
The Department of Political Science and Public Service invites all UTC students and faculty to their next “Sweet Research” event.
Patten Series: Actors from the London Stage present Measure for Measure
Patten Performances offers three nights of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, designed to promote a campus-wide dialogue inspired by the works of the iconic playwright.
Join UTC Opera for a performance of Bach’s Coffee Cantata
Coffee Cantata’s plot is based on themes from Italian Commedia dell’Arte. When a father is concerned with his daughter’s scandalous habit of drinking coffee, he forbids her to marry unless she’ll change her ways. The daughter still finds a way to sneak cups of coffee into her marriage. Scenes from “Spamalot” and Lalo’s “Le Roid d’Ys” will also be featured.
An Evening with Biographer James McGrath Morris
James McGrath Morris’ recent book The Ambulance Drivers: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and a Friendship Made and Lost in War details the tortured friendship between the two authors.