At UTC, great opportunities come from understanding why we exist, who we are, and our impact on lives, community, and society. Working together over 10 years, we have made significant strides as Chattanooga’s university. As we look to this next decade, our actions must be relevant, easily understood, and difference-makers. We must be innovative as we stay true to our values and who we are.
Dr. Bryan Johnson, a former corporate executive and successful K-12 leader, has been appointed executive vice chancellor and chief strategy officer at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He will begin his new role on July 24.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is establishing the UTC Research Institute as a strategic initiative launched to pursue increased research funding, interdisciplinary collaboration across campus, and support for community and local industry priorities. The Research Institute will be led by Dr. Mina Sartipi, founding director of the UTC Center for Urban Informatics and Progress (CUIP) and Guerry Professor of Computer Science and Engineering.
Advisory Board meeting will be held by videoconference.
Blackboard organization choses Walker Center as one of the best in the world.
New vice chancellor of Information Technology starts in January.
Before a capacity crowd looking on from inside a newly renovated building, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Steve Angle acknowledged a milestone 50th anniversary in the life of UTC and declared the state of the University is strong.
Steps are being taken on campus to make UTC more energy-efficient and sustainable.
Jerold L. “Jerry” Hale will serve as the next provost and senior vice chancellor for academic affairs for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, effective June 1, 2019. Hale, dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the College of Charleston since 2013, is an experienced educator and administrator with more than 35…
UTC has $325 million invested in building renovations and new construction on campus. Projects totaling another $148 million are in the planning stages.