500 Publications and Counting: John Graef is not slowing down

John Graef, mathematics professor at UTC, recently hit a huge milestone: The publication of his 500th academic paper.

Two for two: Lola Oke chosen for second international program

Out of 1,200 applicants, 20 collegiate undergraduates were selected as a 2021 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program Scholar.

Student projects tackle ideas, innovations in multiple academic disciplines

ReSEARCH Dialogues schedule and information: https://blog.utc.edu/news/2021/04/research-dialogues-schedule/ URACE Research Programs https://bit.ly/3mJXRbF Korede Ajumobi has some advice for students conducting research: Embrace failure because you probably are, at least, at first. “Failure is very good. Failure is your best friend, actually,” he said. If one hypothesis doesn’t pan out, you can dump it and move on to something that might work, said Ajumobi, one of the first presenters at the virtual

Wide range of research, job-training skills and networking are available

URTOPS Virtual International Research Internship Summer Virtual Learning Institute  It all fit together so snugly. Chelsey Paige was already working in Special Collections in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Library when she was chosen to do the same thing for the URTOPS program. Launched in fall semester of academic year 2020-21 by the Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavor, or URACE, the program is a combination of hands-on research

Discovering the humanity and uniqueness of artist’s work

In a COVID-19 virtual environment where it has been somewhat challenging to establish camaraderie among students, Joseph Jordan had a novel concept: What if his students could go on a field trip at separate times? And as spring approached, Jordan, a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga assistant professor, had a specific location in mind for his Introduction to Humanities students: Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden. Located one hour south of