Lecture considers the ‘lost virtue’ of moderation and its relationship with politics on Oct. 19

In his lecture, “In Praise of a Forgotten Virtue: Moderation in the Twenty-First Century,” Aurelian Craiutu explores questions surrounding the forgotten virtue and the relationship moderation has—or should have—with politics.

Fr. Michael Lapsley presents ‘Healing Memories’ on Oct. 25

The Department of Psychology and Psi Chi invite the UTC and Chattanooga community to hear Lapsley’s powerful perspective on trauma and healing.

Dr. Frank Jones Laboratory to honor professor’s longtime commitment to chemical engineering

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s College of Engineering and Computer Science will honor the late Dr. Francis “Frank” Jones for his years of service to the college.

UTC Department of Performing Arts presents REEDS, STRINGS, and HAMMERS: Music for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano

With performers Wendy Case, Tim Hinck, and Nikolasa Tejero, this dynamic and diverse program features composers who blurred the stylistic line between concert and popular music idioms.

MOCForward: Methods to incorporate and understand Diversity & Inclusion

Embracing diversity and inclusion is one of the four top goals in UTC’s Strategic Plan and, to achieve that objective, a new, all-day conference has been scheduled this month.

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