Forty-six minority engineering scholarships have been awarded thus far through a program at UTC, where a Sept. 29 celebration was held to thank Tennessee Sen. Todd Gardenhire for securing funding and former Chattanooga City Councilman James Moreland for recruiting prospective scholarship recipients.
UTC graduate Ajasia Harris also was valedictorian of the 2016 class at the Howard School.
In August, EPB announced it is taking its fiber-optic network from the 10-gig capacity it established in 2015 up to 25 gigs. The goal is expansion across the EPB coverage area with good results all over the city, and what’s good for Chattanooga is expected to be very good for UTC and its urban-environment campus.
“How is your family in Ukraine doing?” It’s the most-asked question for graduate students Arsen Martyshchuk and Nina Klimenkova, who arrived at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga last month for the start of fall semester.
From the pages of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Magazine: Historically, Albania hasn’t offered much preparation for STEM careers. Freeman Broadwell (’16, mechanical engineering) has been working to change that ever since he moved to this country on the Adriatic Sea in 2020.