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Funds will expand the study of vehicle accidents and pedestrian safety

Jeremy Roland has no fear standing in front of the Chattanooga City Council and asking for money. “None,” said Roland, who is pursuing a master’s degree in computer science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His fellow researcher feels the same. “No nerves! I believe we all have the same goals so I am very excited!” said Austin Harris, who graduated from UTC in 2015 with a bachelor’s

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The Power of One: WUTC presents ‘One-Day Pledge Event’

On Tuesday, Sept. 15, each listener to WUTC 88.1 FM has the power to make a difference when Chattanooga’s National Public Radio station will seek the financial support of “listeners like you” during an unprecedented, one-day only pledge drive . “It gets said a lot, but it’s true that we are living through a period of extraordinary challenges and, for us at WUTC, the impact came early on when

MOC Forward continues to focus on diversity and inclusion

MOC Forward returns this fall as a series of virtual events with a kickoff session on Wednesday, Sept. 16. All faculty, staff and students are invited to attend.

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Sartipi of UTC taking part in upcoming TEDx event

Director of the Center for Urban Informatics & Progress (CUIP), Mina Sartipi will discuss the technology of the Smart City project.

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City of Chattanooga and UTC launching Manufacturer’s Excellence Program

New program trains people interested in a career in manufacturing.

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