Associate lecturers Lucy Schultz and Catherine Meeks Quinlan are two driving forces behind UTC’s growing environmental studies minor, an interdisciplinary field that examines human interactions and the environment. These include the effects of human societies on the natural world and the role that environments—both natural and built— have played in shaping human cultures.
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.
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.
All professors were from the UTC College of Arts and Sciences.
Students in the philosophy and environmental science course volunteer with a community garden in East Chattanooga.
Philosophy and horror movies might not seem to have any connection, but Professor Ethan Mills does.
Ethan Mills selected as 2020 president of the Tennessee Philosophical Association.
Jaclyn Michael wanted her students to think about two things on one subject: the Qur’an, the holy book of Islam.
Murder mystery starring UTC faculty and staff is a fundraiser for Southeastern Center for Education in the Arts.
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