The UTC Mock Trial undergraduate student organization took home top honors in the Grand Ole Tournament hosted by Vanderbilt University at the Davidson County Courthouse in Nashville.
The premise that American wheat changed the balance of world power is the subject of a panel discussion being hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of History on Friday, Oct. 21. The event, titled “What’s Grain Got To Do With It?” will begin at 7 p.m. in the Guerry Center Reading Room.
Pat Ormond plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in history then aim for another one in sociology after that.
Chef and food expert discuss what “soul food” actually is.
Six weeks after curing different sections of a hog’s belly during an interactive “Food and Southern History” class discussion, a guest instructor returned to campus with the finished product.
Studying the why and the what people eat.
Mike Thompson examines the connections between racial politics and disease in the antebellum South.
Students learn to use and make archaic weaponry and tools to better understand the evolution of human technology around the world.
One of the men who ran the slave trade in the South had a strong connection to Southeast Tennessee.
All professors were from the UTC College of Arts and Sciences.