Amanda Price, a third-grade teacher at Taylor Elementary School in Cleveland, Tennessee, and a 2012 alumna of the UTC School of Education, was one of 30 national selections—and the only one from Tennessee—selected as Extraordinary Educators by Curriculum Associates.
Junior Lake Best, a Brock Scholar and communication major at UTC, was accepted into the Fulbright Canada Mitacs Globalink program—an international education experience under the Fulbright umbrella for U.S. students interested in traveling to Canada to undertake advanced research projects in their area of interest.
Due in part to his teaching style and rapport with students, UTC’s Christopher Frishcosy has been nominated for the 2023 Young Engineer of the Year award from the Chattanooga chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
A first for UTC: Lola Oke awarded Rangel Fellowship for graduate degree and U.S. Foreign Service career
Lola Oke, a political science major and Brock Scholar in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Honors College, is the first UTC student to be awarded a Charles B. Rangel Graduate Fellowship.
Dr. Michael Thompson and Will Watson from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga have been selected to the 2022-2023 All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team.
A look back at some of the favorite stories of 2022.
A look back at 2022 fall commencement ceremonies through the lenses of the UTC photography and video teams.
As president of the UTC Alumni Board of Directors, Jay Dale is tasked with introducing new graduates to the responsibilities of being alums of the institution. Midway through his remarks to the graduates of the Gary W. Rollins College of Business and the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies, he took a slight detour.
During University of Tennessee at Chattanooga undergraduate commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 17, at McKenzie Arena, Chancellor Steven R. Angle introduced Dr. Michelle Deardorff as the first recipient of the newly established Chancellor’s Medal of Excellence.
Fall commencement at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was celebrated with three separate ceremonies taking place over two days starting Friday, Dec. 16.