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Rising Rock students find inspiration by reporting on Chattanooga

Scenic Roots. 3 & 8 p.m. WUTC-FM/88.1. Rising Rock broadcast is Thursday, Dec. 3. Rising Rock: A tattoo artist working in the age of COVID-19. A tree hugger who set a new world record for actually hugging a tree. A grocery store that brings healthy food to a neighborhood that doesn’t always eat so healthily. Those are a few of the stories put together by University of Tennessee

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G20 Alliance will conduct ‘Smart City’ research around the world

Work by the Center for Urban Informatics and Progress (CUIP) at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga helps Chattanooga become one of two U.S. cities to be invited to join the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance.

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Philosophical concepts and filmmaking blend together

Philosophy and horror movies might not seem to have any connection, but Professor Ethan Mills does.

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Industries desperately need microelectronics engineers

SCALE program website: Matt Joplin had a job before he even graduated. The company, BAE Systems, essentially came to him. “I’d never even heard of BAE Systems,” he said. In 2018, a few months before Joplin earned a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, representatives from the company approached Daniel Loveless, UC Foundation associate professor in electrical engineering, asking if he had

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Commencement ceremonies went off without a hitch

To watch all the commencements: Between Wednesday, Nov. 18, and Saturday, Nov. 21, a total of 398 students—both graduate and undergraduate—from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga took part in commencement ceremonies. The commencements not only included graduates from fall semester 2020, they also were the first chance for graduates from the 2020 spring and summer semesters to participate in live ceremonies. Here is a video and photos