Sarah Woosley, an interior architecture and design major at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, placed third in a nationwide contest hosted by the National Kitchen & Bath Association.
When the phrase “historic preservation” comes up, an image of old buildings often pops into mind. But historic preservation is more than protecting, repairing and saving buildings, said Dana Moody, professor in the Department of Interior Architecture and Design at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. “It’s not just about chaining yourself to a building,”…
Members of the Solar Decathlon team ranked Top 10 in competition category.
After summer semester, several academic and administrative offices for colleges and departments are in different places on campus.
A photo by professor Dana Moody was selected as a winner in a regional art competition.
Accreditation has been awarded to UTC’s interior design program.
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The Student Government Association’s Outstanding Seniors for 2018 were introduced in a Patten Chapel ceremony.
Cornerstones, Inc. has established the Cornerstones Professor in Residence at UTC. Andrew Smith, local educator, architect, and preservationist is the organization’s first Professor to take on the role.
More than 40 UTC students from different disciplines spread across five different classes spent 18 days in Italy over the summer studying art, history, architecture, and sports.