Historical markers unveiled next to Engel Stadium

  Plaques documenting the history of  Engel Stadium and baseball in Chattanooga were unveiled on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at UTC’s Intramural Sports Complex next to the historic stadium. Members of the Chattanooga community, the Engel Foundation and UTC staff and faculty were on hand to see the unveiling. Chancellor Steve Angle and Executive Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration Richard Brown offered remarks about UTC’s long-standing connection to the

Scholarship Luncheon brings students and benefactors together

  If it wasn’t for a man who loved their dogs, Dean and Mary Jane Heavener would never have created the Will E. Payne scholarship. “He was our dogsitter when he died and he was a musician,” Dean says. “His brother lived across the street from us and he’d come over to see his brother, park his van in his brother’s driveway, then walk across the street to spend

Remembrance Walk for 9/11 takes place on Chamberlain Field

The annual Tennessee Remembrance Walk took place Wednesday, Sept. 11, on Chamberlain Field. From 6 a.m.-5 p.m., members of the UTC and Chattanooga community carried the American flag or a flag of any branch of  the U.S. military continuously around the field  to honor those killed and the heroism of first responders on 9/11 in 2001. Participants could carry the flag for one lap or as many laps as

Service Awards recognize UTC employees over the past 40 years

Employees who’ve worked at UTC from five to 40 years honored at Service Awards luncheon.

UTC-Wolf Trap partnership a first in higher education

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts will collaborate with UTC’s Southeast Center for Education in the Arts (SCEA) to bring arts-based teaching and learning programs to early childhood classrooms in Chattanooga and a 17-county service area. It is the first time the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts has worked with a university in this manner.

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