The Advisory Board for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will meet at 3 p.m. EST on Tuesday, May 23 in Room 102 of the Mapp Building. The agenda includes a report from Chancellor Steven R. Angle and updates from Academic Affairs; Enrollment Management and Student Affairs; and Finance and Administration. The Board will review…
On Jan. 6, Michelle Pelfrey will retire after 15 years as an administrative assistant in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of Military Science.
Jennifer Isaacson has been going non-stop with four children, education and work—and soon will possess a nursing degree.
UTC fourth-year students enrolled in the ant ecology course taught by UC Foundation Assistant Professor DeAnna Beasley, the meiofaunal biodiversity course taught by Assistant Professor Francesca Leasi or the animal physiology course taught by Professor Loren Hayes gathered to present posters of their research.
Rohan Thompson, a senior double majoring in political science and economics, was one of 25 students nationwide selected to attend a global conference hosted by the World Affairs Councils of America.
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.
Two University of Tennessee at Chattanooga students won top honors at a recent mock government competition involving delegations from nearly 30 colleges and universities across Tennessee.
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.