Inmates to some; but students to Wright and others
Each time Haven Wright left the Bradley County or Hamilton County jails, she heard “Thank you.” Heard it a lot. “They were very appreciative. There wasn’t a day or class…
Sinking the putt: Monica San Juan wins at school and sport
Engineering is a tough major. It involves more mathematics and physics courses than most students want to take or even fully comprehend. It sounds hard, and if you’re not in…
Despite disappointment and disillusion, Cooper powers his way to graduation
If you had to pick just one word to describe the way Marshall Cooper might be feeling on commencement day, that word could be “vindicated.” Or maybe “validated.” As…
Ana Rodas: Nothing is going to keep her from the kids
A moment that almost didn’t happen will not be a moment too soon when Ana Rodas begins her professional nursing career two days after commencement. Rodas has wanted to…
Measuring success: 18 hours a semester, member of volleyball team, 3.6 GPA
When your nickname is “Dani Pants,” you’re showing the world you can laugh at yourself. And when your last name is tough to spell and even harder to pronounce,…
Mina Sartipi: Woman of Influence
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Professor Mina Sartipi has been named among the most influential business leaders in Chattanooga for 2019 by Edge magazine. Read more below about…
UTC in Top 10 for financial aid to out-of-state students
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is one of the Top 10 public universities in the country for merit-based financial aid to out-of-state students, according to U.S. News and World Report.
UTC recognized for ‘Inclusion by Design’
UTC won the Inclusion by Design award from the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga.
UTC Teaching & Learning Institute visited by U.S. Department of Education exec
Official from the U.S. Department of Education pays a visit to the UTC Teaching and Learning Institute at Tyner Academy.
The Sutter Sisters: Opportunities for gratitude
Two sisters use financial assistance to pursue their dreams.
UTC Alum LeAndrea Ware is Tennessee Principal of the Year
LeAndrea Ware, a 1995 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga alumna and principal at Howard High School in Chattanooga, has been named Tennessee Principal of the Year.
New group working to keep black graduates in town
The Styles L. Hutchins Fellowship was created as a collaboration between UTC, the mayor’s office, the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce and the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga. Its goal is to give black graduates more reasons to stay in Chattanooga.