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Tech for health: Engineering better solutions for mobility and strength

UTC professor describes how technology is being designed to treat symptoms of cerebral palsy, create smarter prosthetics and more.

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Anthropology Alumni speak about the values of their degrees in virtual panel

Four alumni with very different career paths spoke about their professional experiences and how the skills they gained as anthropology majors served them in their roles.

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MOC Forward runs through March 18

MOC Forward is a series of events designed to spur conversations and actions for embracing equity and inclusion at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

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Holiday Care packages for military-connected students

On Thursday, Dec. 17, veteran students and families were given packages packed with school supplies, personal and self-care items and some non-perishable groceries.

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Throwback Thursday: Looking at today by gazing at yesterday

To read Mary Sophia Campbell’s full write-up,  find it on page 31 of the 1919 Moccasin Yearbook. Over 100 years ago, the University of Chattanooga class of 1919 had only 15 graduates. Their class numbers were a fraction of what they had been their freshman year, because many classmates—men and women—paused their studies to fight or contribute in some way to the “Great War”–better known today as World War

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