Boston’s Hub New Music ensemble working with music students

Compositions will be critiqued and performed by a nationally praised classical music group.

Funds will expand the study of vehicle accidents and pedestrian safety

Jeremy Roland has no fear standing in front of the Chattanooga City Council and asking for money. “None,” said Roland, who is pursuing a master’s degree in computer science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His fellow researcher feels the same. “No nerves! I believe we all have the same goals so I am very excited!” said Austin Harris, who graduated from UTC in 2015 with a bachelor’s

Service awards recognize 207 faculty and staff

Dedication to the University acknowledged in 2020 Service Awards.

Students makes real-world financial decisions on UC Foundation stock portfolio

The SMILE Fund is currently recruiting new members. Applications are being taken online through Oct. 15. A Zoom informational session called “Learn About the SMILE Fund” will take place at 4:30 p.m. on Thurs., Sept. 24. Melissa Mueller doesn’t make a big fuss out of being the first female president of the SMILE Fund in the Gary W. Rollins College of Business. “I’ve always been one of the guys,”

Lindsay Cochran tried several majors before choosing anthropology

Alumni Lindsay Cochran says UTC gave her the chance to explore her career optiions.

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