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Nursing the Nurses: Study hopes to reduce risk of injuries to nurses

Worker injuries cost the healthcare industry about $20 billion a year. Preventing injuries of all kinds is the goal of a study Dr. Chris Cunningham has started through the Department of Psychology and in collaboration with the safetyCures group of the Chattanooga Regional Health Innovation Coalition.

UTC Mathematics Professor Cuilan (Lani) Gao selected for UT CORNET Cancer Research award

Winners of the first UT CORNET Awards in Cancer Research for the University of Tennessee system, announced today, included Cuilan (Lani) Gao, PhD, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Chem-E-Car Team heads to AlChe Nationals in the fall

Chem-E-Leon took on the Goliaths and came out as David. The little car that could — designed and built by the UTC Chem-E-Car Team — came in second place in the regional American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Chem-E-Car Competition, beating schools such as Georgia Tech, the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, the University of South Alabama and Auburn University. With that win under its belt, in November the

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Concert explores social justice through music

Although many might think so, protest songs didn’t just spring to life during the Civil Rights and Anti-Vietnam War movements of the 1960s.

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UTC Moc(k) Trial team heads to the National Championships

UTC Mock Trial team heads to the championships.

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