On National Employee Appreciation Day, which honors staff members for their accomplishments, hard work and devotion, Chancellor Steve Angle, members of the strategic leadership team and campus leaders sent a message to UTC faculty and staff.
Responding to the growing demand for skilled tech professionals, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is working in close partnership with the Chattanooga Technology Council (ChaTech) to grow the new Bachelor of Applied Science: Information Technology in Cybersecurity accelerated degree program.
During the 2024 spring semester, a collaboration between the UTC pre-health advising program, Erlanger and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine – Chattanooga is providing a new opportunity for students to gain much-needed and hard-to-find job shadowing experience. From early February through late April, 76 UTC students spanning 11 majors are getting the opportunity to job shadow in the Erlanger Baroness Hospital Emergency Department, obtaining valuable experience watching emergency room doctors and other medical personnel in action.
For 15 years, the Multicultural Center and the Center for Women and Gender Equity have provided safe spaces for students at UTC. The organizations will jointly celebrate their 15th anniversaries with a reception from 2-4 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 29, at Lupton Hall.
On Thursday, Feb. 22, UTC hosted its first VW Drive Your Career Day, an event for students who registered to explore internship and career opportunities while networking with VW personnel. VW staff members talked with students about positions in numerous disciplines, including innovation, finance, engineering, computer science, business and human resources. In addition, an ID.4 and the new VW bus were parked next to the silver Power C adjacent to the University Center.
UTC alum Gary D. Behler, an adjunct faculty member in Criminal Justice, was recently named the 2023 State Court Clerk of the Year by the County Officials Association of Tennessee.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will honor 108 individuals whose lives impacted the University during the annual Blue and Gold Memorial service, taking place at 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 26, in Patten Chapel.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is drafting the next class for one of its new 12-month undergraduate degree programs for fall 2024. The Bachelor of Applied Science: Information Technology in Cybersecurity (BAS-IT CyS) is an accelerated program that requires students to commit to a heavy workload, including a paid internship at a partner company, public agency or nonprofit working with UTC.
Whether it is the love we have for our partners, friends, siblings or even pets, all kinds of love is in the air this Valentine’s Day at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. What was once seen as a holiday for romance has recently expanded to expressing affection for all of those we love.
Tonya Morgan, Alexa Allen and Logan Zumbrun are among the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga DNP students in the Family Nurse Practitioner-Lifespan concentration directly benefiting from a $2.6-million grant awarded to the UTC School of Nursing from the Health Resources and Services Administration—the primary federal agency for improving access to health care services for people who are uninsured, geographically isolated and economically or medically vulnerable.