Forty-six minority engineering scholarships have been awarded thus far through a program at UTC, where a Sept. 29 celebration was held to thank Tennessee Sen. Todd Gardenhire for securing funding and former Chattanooga City Councilman James Moreland for recruiting prospective scholarship recipients.
“How is your family in Ukraine doing?” It’s the most-asked question for graduate students Arsen Martyshchuk and Nina Klimenkova, who arrived at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga last month for the start of fall semester.
As part of Homecoming Week 2022 festivities, a UTC Divine Nine Heritage Park progress reveal was held on Friday, Sept. 16. The update was held at the on-campus intersection of Vine Street and Terrell Owens Way—the spot of the future park.
Official census data for the Fall 2022 semester has been recorded, with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga seeing substantial increases in the size of its freshman class, new graduate students and students coming from out-of-state.
UTC senior custodian Carla Mason is the recipient of the UT President’s Award in the “Excel In All We Do” category.
The Rollins donated $40 million to the UTC College of Business, the largest donation in school history.
The Frost Family Investment Fund will support the Veterans Entrepreneurship Alumni Program.
UTC Chancellor Steve Angle praises students, faculty and staff for their combined efforts in response to the impact of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.
UTC won the Inclusion by Design award from the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga.
Before a capacity crowd looking on from inside a newly renovated building, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Steve Angle acknowledged a milestone 50th anniversary in the life of UTC and declared the state of the University is strong.