A study abroad trip to Vietnam is planned for summer 2024 and is open to any UTC student, regardless of major. The trip is organized by the Gary W. Rollins College of Business, the Center for Global Education Study Abroad program and the Office for Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavor.
UTC students Anna Shrum, Anna Jones, Brooke Kesley and Alexandra Sass were the winning undergraduate team in the Tennessee Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Student Case Competition.
For the first time in its history, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will offer Spanish-language campus tours starting this month. The inaugural guided tour, led by UTC students, will take place at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 25. Buses will pick up prospective high school students and their families at 4 p.m. from La Paz Chattanooga—located at 809 S. Willow St.—and a trio of local high schools: The Howard School, Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy and East Ridge High School.
Even though the Colonial Chemical name is not on the label, there’s a good chance the molecules are from the South Pittsburg, Tennessee-based company, which is home to 16 current University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduates—nine of them with undergraduate degrees in chemistry or chemical engineering.
MOC Academy, created by Student Success Programs, is a UTC program aimed at preparing first-year undergraduate men of color for a successful transition to college.
Eighteen UTC students from a variety of majors traveled to Greece, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania with faculty members Dr. Beni Asllani and Dr. Katherine Karl as part of the Gary W. Rollins College of Business International Business Course, “Doing Business in the Balkans.”
Brandalyn Shropshire is the associate director of engagement in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Office of Undergraduate Admissions. One of her many roles is overseeing campus tours, and she has seen a considerable increase in the number of out-of-state students coming to visit and tour UTC.
Before the start of orientation, a new batch of orientation leaders learned about the various departments at UTC and prepared for a hectic summer.
Learning to lead: NFL hopeful McClendon Curtis set to graduate from UTC School Leadership program in May
McClendon Curtis, a Chattanooga native and Mocs football standout, will graduate with a master’s degree in School Leadership in May. He is finishing his last semester online while living and training at a Florida camp for NFL hopefuls.
The annual field games competition between the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Gary W. Rollins College of Business took place Thursday, April 13, on Chamberlain Field.