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.
The Chattanooga One Small Step Listening Party will feature local participants, audio from the conversations themselves and reflections on the project and process.
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.
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.
Performed by the Percussion Ensemble, “Beat Hunger” is a concert to raise money for Chattanooga’s Community Kitchen, which helps feed and clothe the homeless as well as offering shelter and counseling.
Dr. Richard Brown, who provided more than 38 years of service to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the University of Tennessee System, is the namesake of the new Richard Brown Inclusive Access Scholarship at UTC.
Dr. Chris Cunningham, a Guerry Professor and UC Foundation Professor of Psychology at UTC, was a steering committee member for a recently initiated professional association—the Society for Total Worker Health—which prioritizes providing all employees with a safe working environment.
Dr. Kristi Wick, the Vicky B. Gregg Chair of Gerontology and UC Foundation assistant professor in the UTC School of Nursing, was presented the Community Hero Award by the Southeast Tennessee Area Agency on Aging and Disability.
The overall objective of a Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation grant is for UTC MPH students to work with licensed childcare facilities in Hamilton, Bradley and Marion counties to test their drinking water for lead.