Ten UTC Department of Biology, Geology and Environmental Science women faculty members have volunteered as research mentors for 43 CGLA students working on biology-based projects.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Steven R. Angle joined EPB and key partners in Washington, D.C., for the announcement of the nation’s first industry-led, commercially available quantum network, which will be based in Chattanooga and include a node on the UTC campus.
The Chattanooga One Small Step Listening Party will feature local participants, audio from the conversations themselves and reflections on the project and process.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Library’s Special Collections department has secured a grant to digitize documents and photographs detailing the history of labor and industry in Chattanooga.
A cadre of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga alumni, plus a soon-to-be graduate, are working and managing the $100-million Apison Road project as employees of Wright Brothers Construction Co.
Three UTC freshmen landed part-time jobs after volunteering for a morning of work at Siskin at Little Miss Mag Early Learning Center earlier this semester. All are members of AdvanceU Leadership, a Themed Learning Community.
Dr. Amir Alakaam, associate professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance at UTC and director of its Master of Public Health program, recently received a $332,500 grant from the Tennessee Department of Public Health.
From mission to vision to values, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has a commitment to enriching, engaging and connecting with the community on every possible level. A new chapter in that commitment began with the launch of a dynamic new advisory group inspired by two longstanding panels intended to connect community leaders more directly with the University.
Prospective students recently visited UTC for “A Day in the Life” of the College of Engineering and Computer Science and a workshop for aspiring journalists-to-be.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s inaugural UTC Road Trip: The Power C Tour returned home on Wednesday, Nov. 16, with a standing-room-only event in the University Center Tennessee Room.