On Tuesday, March 21, a dual admission agreement between UTC and Chattanooga State Community College was formalized. The Chatt State UTC Connect agreement reiterates a commitment to ensure a smooth transfer of Chattanooga State students to UTC to complete their bachelor’s degree programs.
The sky’s the limit: Ashwyn Sam’s journey from Chatt State to UTC to Stanford
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.
Five UTC engineering alums honored by TVA
Five University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Engineering and Computer Science alums were recently honored as the Engineer of the Year for their respective business units by TVA.
For all the marbles: High school competitors experience highs and lows of roller coaster competition
In the second year of the Marble Roller Coaster Competition, hosted by the College of Engineering and Computer Science at UTC, almost 100 students from local middle and high schools spent 20 minutes brainstorming a design, then had 80 minutes to build it and make it work.
Fly for Researchers pitch competition set for April 19
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, housed in the Gary W. Rollins College of Business, will host the 2nd annual Fly for Researchers Pitch Competition for UTC faculty and graduate student innovators at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 19.
UTC professor chosen as engineer of the year by TVA and National Society of Professional Engineers
Dr. Stephen Craven, a UTC alum, former full-time electrical engineering faculty member and current adjunct professor has received the 2023 O.J. Zeringue Engineer of the Year award, the highest award that TVA offers. He also was honored as the Federal Engineer of the Year by the National Society of Professional Engineers.
For engineering faculty member, “Why stop at just teaching when you can do more?”
For the majority of non-tenure-track faculty, the emphasis is on teaching and service. In year five of her teaching career, Dr. Sandra Affare wants to move up from an adjunct role.
Turkey earthquakes leave emotional aftershocks at UTC
Student Dogu Sahin and Dr. Erkan Kaplanoglu are among those at UTC from Turkey who have worried for family and friends and have been concerned for the future of their country since Feb. 6.
UTC duo land significant summer fellowships
Two UTC juniors, Emma Sprayberry and Jannat Saeed, have been awarded Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute (JSI) fellowships, a rigorous academic graduate-level preparation program for undergraduate juniors committed to public service careers.
New engineering center to prep students for technology of today’s workplace
With additive manufacturing—better known as 3D printing—projected to grow exponentially, so is the need for engineers who can use the technology to overcome barriers and solve problems. A new facility at UTC is expected to address that need. A groundbreaking ceremony for the Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing Application Center took place on campus Monday, Feb. 13.