On Friday, Nov. 10, UTC hosted a Veterans Day Luncheon for all students, faculty and staff who are veterans or active military.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has been recognized as one of the country’s top schools for military veterans by Military Times, a trusted source for independent news and information for service members and their families.
On Nov. 10, Dr. Abeer Mustafa will be the keynote speaker at the UTC Veterans Day Chancellors Luncheon. After graduating from high school in Houston, Texas, in 1990, she enlisted in the U.S. Army, which she served four years and attained the rank of E-4.
On Wednesday, Nov. 1, UTC ROTC cadets had a chance to ride in a U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopter piloted by a UTC alum, Capt. Jonathan White.
A UTC ROTC training exercise recently took place in the paintball arena, with 30 cadets participating in the program.
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.
On Jan. 6, Michelle Pelfrey will retire after 15 years as an administrative assistant in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of Military Science.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga celebrated Veterans Day with numerous events on Friday, Nov. 11, including the Chancellor’s Annual Veterans Day Luncheon for students, faculty and staff who are veterans or active military.
Capt. Stuart Allgood recently began a two-year stint as head of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of Military Science. As part of his position, he oversees the UTC Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program.
On Sept. 7, in honor of 9/11, members of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga ROTC placed 2,000 flags in front of the Lane Funeral Home on Ashland Terrace in Chattanooga.