Author, musician and speaker Simon Tam, whose advocacy for a message of empowerment helped him win a landmark free speech case at the U.S. Supreme Court in a unanimous decision, is coming to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to share his story.
Month recognizes the major contributions Native Americans have made to growth and culture in the U.S.
The draw of Chattanooga, especially its cultural history, is one of the reasons Chapman created the Chattanooga Hip-Hop Week, a series of events from Oct. 9-15 that includes a UTC-only concert scheduled Oct. 13 in the Roland Hayes Concert Hall.
UTC thanks community leader and Hamilton County legislator who secured funding for Moreland minority engineering scholarships
Forty-six minority engineering scholarships have been awarded thus far through a program at UTC, where a Sept. 29 celebration was held to thank Tennessee Sen. Todd Gardenhire for securing funding and former Chattanooga City Councilman James Moreland for recruiting prospective scholarship recipients.
As part of Homecoming Week 2022 festivities, a UTC Divine Nine Heritage Park progress reveal was held on Friday, Sept. 16. The update was held at the on-campus intersection of Vine Street and Terrell Owens Way—the spot of the future park.
From Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, Hispanic Heritage Month is about recognizing and appreciating the harmony of a culture that has historically had a profound impact on America—and to discover the people who have contributed to this legacy.
Two pillars of University tradition—Founder’s Week and Homecoming Week—overlap on this year’s UTC calendar.
More than 80 events are on the UTC Welcome Week calendar. Most can be found in MocSync—the University’s student engagement platform.
On Aug. 6, the 21st annual Hamilton County Minority Health Fair—known as the area’s largest health fair event—took place at the UTC University Center.
The MOC Academy, created by Student Success Programs, is a new UTC program aimed at preparing first-year undergraduate men of color for a successful transition to college.