Going to Mocs basketball and football games is a multi-generational family tradition for the Cooper family.
Student exhibition examines Chattanooga’s role in the civil rights movement
To learn more Some of the students who curated “We Demand an End to Racism!”: The Civil Rights Movement in Chattanooga also wrote blogposts on their research. They are on…
UTC Master of Social Work ranked as one of the best in the country
To read HumanServicesEdu’s list of the best Master of Social Work programs, go to: https://bit.ly/2TQNjIz Begun three years ago, UTC’s masters of social work program has already reached significant milestones, including…
UTC adds more than $350 million to state coffers, study says
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is responsible for $353 million in annual economic impact on the state of Tennessee, according to a new study.
‘Stories from The Big 9’ debuts today in honor of Black History Month
“Stories from The Big 9,’ a series of student-produced podcasts about M.L. King Boulevard in Chattanooga, is now airing on WUTC-FM.
UTC education grad featured on Steve Harvey TV show
Brittany Harris, who earned a bachelor’s degree in education from UTC, was recently featured on Steve Harvey’s TV show to talk about the Passage, a mobile classroom.
UTC chosen as a ‘Military Friendly School’
A national veterans organization has named UTC as an excellent school for veterans
UTC research facility part of national Top 50 ranking
UTC is recognized as a critical partner in Chattanooga’s Top 50 national ranking for Smart City projects.
‘Radical revolutionary’: Honoring the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.
Democratic strategist and political commentator Symone Sanders spelled out the five steps that must be taken to be a “radical revolutionary.”
UTC students tell ‘Stories from the Big Nine’ in new podcast series
UTC, WUTC-FM and the City of Chattanooga have partnered for a podcast series that highlights the history of the East Ninth Street, once the hub of the city’s black community.
UTC engineering graduates nominated for TVA Engineer of the Year
Three UTC graduates are in the running for TVA’s 2019 Engineer of the Year.