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 the UTC Library website at: When she first saw the photo of the nine little children all decked out in the white robes and pointed hats of the Ku Klux Klan, Cheyenne Pearson says she “almost fell out

Take a crash course in all things UTC through orientation

  So you’re a freshman or transfer student signed up for summer classes at UTC.  Welcome. We’re glad you’re here. But you still have a few questions. For instance, you’ve never been on campus and have a class in Grote Hall. And you have no idea where Grote Hall is. Or where your residence hall is located. Or where you should park. Or eat. Or get coffee. Don’t worry.

UTC graduate selected as TVA Engineer of the Year

UTC graduate Marjorie Parsons has been named as the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Ike Zeringue Engineer of the Year, the organization’s highest honor for an engineer. Parsons, who graduated from UTC in 1998 with a degree in electrical engineering, is also one of the finalists for the Federal Engineer of the Year Award, which will be presented Feb. 22 in Washington, D.C. “I’m very honored to be chosen as TVA’s Engineer of

Old-fashioned Schubertiade: Faculty recital featuring Perry Ward

Ward’s recital on Sunday, Feb. 24 is dedicated to the memory of his influential teacher, Max Deen Larsen.

Special Olympics spend a day in Maclellan Gym

Over 110 participants from more than nine counties participated in the Special Olympics basketball tournament.