A new UTC monthly welcoming event brings together Mocs staff hired during the previous month. For instance, employees who joined UTC in September were invited to an Oct. 24 meet-and-greet—which also included several Executive Leadership Team members and administrative support staff.
Siskin Children’s Institute and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga are partnering to continue the childcare legacy of Little Miss Mag. Their joint effort seeks to enhance early learning and childcare in downtown Chattanooga, preserving 124 childcare slots.
This year, 199 members of the UTC family were honored for reaching significant service milestones at the UTC Service Awards Annual Luncheon on Tuesday, Sept. 12—one of the highlights of Founder’s Week.
Every September, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga celebrates Founder’s Week—a weeklong commemoration of the first day in the University’s history. On Sept. 15, 1886, Chattanooga University opened its doors for the first time with a teaching staff of seven and an enrollment of 118 students.
Dr. Delight Yokley has been appointed assistant provost for Student Success at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and will join the University on Sept. 18. Dr. Jerold L. Hale, UTC provost and senior vice chancellor for academic affairs, announced the appointment.
Stacie Grisham has agreed to serve as interim vice chancellor for enrollment management and student affairs, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga announced today.
Dr. Yancy Freeman, UTC vice chancellor for enrollment management and student affairs, will be recommended by UT System President Randy Boyd to the UT Board of Trustees as the next chancellor of UT Martin.
Dr. Bryan Johnson, a former corporate executive and successful K-12 leader, has been appointed executive vice chancellor and chief strategy officer at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He will begin his new role on July 24.
During a major announcement by city, school and business leaders about the future of quantum technology, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was recognized for its significant role in quantum research and workforce development and its commitment to the future.
A Town Hall kickoff event introducing the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga campus community to the University’s upcoming reaccreditation visit was held on Tuesday, Feb. 14, in the University Center Chattanooga Room. More than 200 faculty, staff and students attended the event, which focused on the upcoming Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on…