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UTC students and faculty help with COVID-19 vaccinations

Shots were given to senior residents of 18-story Dogwood Manor near Riverfront Parkway.

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Geology, Early Childhood Ed, Fine Arts earn high rankings

Two programs at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga have been ranked as the state’s best by a college-focused website. Another has been ranked No. 2 in the state. Geology and Early Childhood Education at UTC are No. 1 in Tennessee, according to, which offers counseling, tutoring and research for current and future college students. Fine Arts is No. 2, the website says. The rankings—part of the 2021

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Boér and UTC alum want to take the intimidation factor out of exercise

Nicholas Boér is on a mission to change the perception most people have about physical fitness. “In the world of fitness, there has been a pretty significant disconnect that I am attempting to bridge,” said Boér, a UC Foundation associate professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. “In public health, we try to get people active, and the data just

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Doctor of Physical Therapy students celebrated as they enter the workforce

Students graduating from DPT program participate in White Coat ceremony.

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Online segment a hit on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram

Got a minute? Every Monday for the last two years, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduate Hannah Huesman has distributed a one-minute motivational video via social media revolving around mental performance strategies such as breathing, mindfulness and imagery. Huesman, a mental skills coach for baseball’s Philadelphia Phillies, has designed these weekly affirmations—called #MentalSweatMonday—”to serve as a reminder that, just like you’re breaking a physical sweat every day, you ought

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