Students in the College of Business’ SMILE Fund beat the stock market odds.
UTC students are teaming up with researchers from Cornell Lab of Ornithology to examine tree swallows in a nationwide study.
Communication students tell the untold stories of Chattanooga with Rising Rock.
This spring, Astri Snodgrass, painting and drawing lecturer, and Dr. DeAnna Beasley, assistant professor of biology, geology, and environmental science, are teaming up to teach their students about intentional observation—the practice of slowing down and taking the time to examine their environment.
Selected as a scholar, Edwards will meet with administrators and student leaders from universities across the country to talk about racial and ethnic relations on college campuses and discuss new ways of providing opportunities for traditionally underrepresented populations in higher education.
At the foot of the Andes Mountains in central Chile lives the degu, a small mammal who looks like she could be the hamster’s cousin. For years, UTC students have traveled thousands of miles to study these little creatures.
Jonathan Yeager, UC Foundation associate professor of religion, examines the meditative aspects of fly fishing in “Religion, Spirituality and Fly Fishing.”
Through DANCE, UTC students introduce middle schoolers to alternative forms of exercise that easily fit into their lifestyle and day-to-day activities.
Peter Hagemeyer went to Spain to learn more about economics; he came home knowing more about building guitars. Maybe to the point of building one himself. “No guarantee of it being awesome, but …,” says Hagemeyer, a senior in economics at UTC. Not that Hagemeyer didn’t return to the U.S. with plenty of new…
Science is about discovery and often comes with surprises. UTC student Connor Frye’s research experience definitely had a lot of surprises.