Giselle Vincent is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics: Actuarial Science degree at UTC. Insurance and finance companies rely heavily on actuaries to forecast future events and provide solutions that drive economic and social decisions. It’s a well-paid field that combines deep analysis and real-world problem-solving.
The Birmingham, Alabama-based Tennessee STEM Explorers serve children throughout the Southeast by collaborating with local television stations to present weekly 30-minute STEM-driven programming.
Families and children of all ages gathered at the UTC Challenger STEM Learning Center for the first-ever STEAMagination festival on Saturday, Oct. 21, a celebration of science, technology, engineering, art and math. The Challenger Center promotes career exploration for children, provides STEAM learning labs and simulated space missions and often hosts field trips and summer camps for K-12 students.
Want to get paid to do research in Spain next summer? Start your application for the UTC Cadiz International Research Program now
Want to get paid to do research in Spain next summer? Start your application for the UTC Cadiz International Research Program now, a partnership between UTC and the University of Cadiz in Spain.
The Agriculture and Nutrition for Girls while Encouraging Leadership (ANGELS) summer camp experience, held at UTC this summer, aimed to teach science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) lessons and empower young Black girls. With a focus on different themes each week, the ANGELS program fostered hands-on learning, leadership experience and creativity.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduate Dr. Caitlin Randolph is the winner of one of academia’s most prestigious and highly competitive fellowships for researchers within chemical sciences and instrumentation, and she attributes the win to UTC.
After graduating from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2020 with bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering and mathematics, the guiding light in Ashwyn Sam’s career path was academia.
The College of Arts and Sciences launched five new residential learning communities (RLCs) in fall 2022. These are living/learning communities made up of students with similar interests or areas of study. The goal is to speed up the process of forging a community while away at college.
Calculus Prep Camp gets students ready for challenging math course.
Oluwakorede Ajumobi has earned master’s degrees in math, data analytics and business administration.