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Graduate working in public health: ‘Glad to feel useful’

  About two weeks after Zach North earned his master’s in public health from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, he was chasing COVID-19 across 10 counties in Southeast Tennessee. “Baptism by fire,” he said with a laugh. “Yes, it does wear you out, but it’s rewarding. I really feel like it’s important work, and I’m not glad that this is happening, but I’m glad to feel useful, to

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Study results published in prestigious ‘New England Journal of Medicine’

UTC Honors College alumnus authors hydroxychloroquine study published in New England Journal of Medicine.

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Study examines traffic patterns in the Chattanooga area

Since early February, CUIP and UTC student Pete Way has been monitoring traffic data gathered by the City of Chattanooga and accident information from the Hamilton County Emergency District.

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‘Dream bigger’: UTC grad earns national teaching award

Ashley Aldridge Wilson acknowledged there were a few anxious moments when she had trouble getting into the Zoom video conference. Wilson, the principal at Nolan Elementary School in Signal Mountain, was attempting to access the video platform in late May for a regularly scheduled Tennessee Principals Association (TPA) board meeting, for whom she serves as the District 7 membership director. Instead of being directed straight into the meeting, however,

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Alum wants to help you RVIVE day-to-day living

RVIVE is available at the App Store and Google Play. “How is your mood today?” It sounds like the first question a therapist—physical or mental—might ask at the beginning of a session. But generally speaking, a living, breathing therapist doesn’t then hold up signs with emojis expressing “Happy” on one end and “Stressed” on the other, with “Unsure,” “Tired” “Anxious” and others in between. RVIVE does. “It incorporates how

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