A new Volunteer State Solar Initiative is creating excitement on the UTC campus. “Several UTC faculty members are actively conducting research in energy fields, including solar energy,” said Provost Phil Oldham. We are pleased that Governor Bredesen is leading Tennessee to the forefront in alternative energy development, and UTC will be an active research partner…
Five middle school students and five high school students won prizes in the UTC Department of Music Thirteenth Annual Piano Arts Competition. The first-place winners in the middle school and high school category, Abigail Hinchman and Chunsoo Park, will present a recital on Sunday, June 14 at 3 p.m. in Cadek Recital Hall at the…
UTC senior and history major Mary Meaghan Kelly will receive this year’s prestigious Tennessee Chapter of the National Society of Colonial Dames scholarship for graduate study. The Colonial Dames rotates the award among Tennessee undergraduate institutions. This year UTC’s Mary Meaghan Kelly was selected by her faculty to be so honored.
A national Arts & Education Forum: Arts Integration and Teacher Change held in the UTC University Center brought together 50 professional development providers from 12 states, including K-12 and university teachers, administrators, and artists. The Southeast Center for Education in the Arts (SCEA) hosted the event.
Ipshita Thomas, a civil engineering graduate, has received a $10,000 scholarship from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), the top prize in ACEC’s 2009 national scholarship program. Earlier this year, Thomas received a $1,000 scholarship from ACEC of Tennessee, which qualified her to compete with engineering students from throughout the United States in the…
As gas prices remain unpredictable and the care for the environment looms as an ever-present concern, a group of engineering students worked toward offering consumers a choice: to drive a car with gasoline only, ethanol or hydrogen.
WUTC, FM 88.1, just completed a membership drive and set a record for its spring fundraising with $152,288 pledged. These new dollars will be used for maintaining the public radio station’s operation. WUTC is licensed to The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Given the military conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, some people might be surprised to find college graduates choosing military careers. Scott Finks’ decision to join the U.S. Army became a historical moment in the University’s history when he became the first ROTC commissioned officer to graduate from the Mocs Battalion.
“When to Fire Your Psychotherapist: Ethical Issues in the Practice of Psychology” will be presented by Dr. Mitch Handelsman, author and psychologist, on Thursday, May 14, 11:30 a.m.—1 p.m. at the UTC University Center, Chattanooga Room. This event is free and open to the public and sponsored by the 2009 UTC Instructional Excellence Committee.
Alumni Board President Kim White and Vicky Gregg, CEO of Blue Cross/Blue Shield, were recently inducted into the Alpha Scholastic Honor Society at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.