Three members of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga family were recognized for their work as part of the Hamilton County Schools Partners in Education Breakfast on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at the University Center. The annual event celebrates and recognizes Hamilton County Schools area partners who impact district students and educators.
Katherine Hewitt, assistant director of health education and wellness promotion in the Center for Wellbeing, is chairperson for Be Well—a coalition working to support the UTC community’s personal, academic and social wellbeing.
More than 80 events are on the UTC Welcome Week calendar. Most can be found in MocSync—the University’s student engagement platform.
From the pages of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Magazine: A look at recent graduate Chris Bogans, who—thanks to the UTC Mosaic program—learned how to advocate for himself during his college years.
UTC is hosting a UT systemwide training to promote a greater understanding of recovery issues and reduce the stigma associated with help-seeking.
Cassandra Riddle has been an international opera singer, a rock climber, a teacher and a gym owner. She also knows about recovery firsthand from alcohol misuse.
Filling a “need for minority males on campus as far as leadership and retention opportunities.”
The Mocs Recovery Program is a supportive environment of like-minded individuals who wish to maintain a sense of wellbeing while at UTC.
UTC students, faculty and staff all include veterans in their ranks.
Advice, assistance or just a friendly ear.