Being introduced to customs from other countries is one of the objectives of International Education Week on the UTC campus, celebrated Monday, Nov. 14, through Friday, Nov. 18 with free events in Lupton Hall.
Over the last 20 years, the SimCenter has been a beehive of activity, with projects that range from analyzing fuel cells to provide for ever-expanding energy needs to testing cybersecurity systems that prevent hackers from prying to predicting how a submarine might navigate rough waters.
Thanks to the Killam Fellowships Program, UTC student Emma Sprayberry is spending the fall semester at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Photo by Angela Foster.
UTC’s students from around the globe were welcomed to campus on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at the International Student Welcome Reception, held at the Multicultural Center in Lupton Hall.
Funded by the Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered by FHI 360, the five-week SUSI summer program immerses European students in entrepreneurship, economic development and culture at colleges and universities around the U.S.
Thanks to a study abroad opportunity, UTC environmental science major Joslyn Primicias spent the fall 2021 semester in Uganda.
A new UTC student organization, the Asian Student Association, is helping spread the word about Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month—a celebration recognizing the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans.
Thirteen students from J.F. Oberlin University, a private four-year institution in Japan, are spending the spring 2022 semester in the English as a Second Language Institute at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Four political science instructors discuss the current conflict.
National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the cultures and contributions of Hispanic and Latino American.