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Study examines traffic patterns in the Chattanooga area

Since early February, CUIP and UTC student Pete Way has been monitoring traffic data gathered by the City of Chattanooga and accident information from the Hamilton County Emergency District.

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Sinking the putt: Monica San Juan wins at school and sport

Engineering is a tough major. It involves more mathematics and physics courses than most students want to take or even fully comprehend. It sounds hard, and if you’re not in the engineering field, you might not understand how difficult it is. Golf is a tough sport to succeed in. You don’t just play 18 holes every Saturday afternoon and suddenly become competitive. To be successful, you must be out

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College of Engineering and Computer Science introduces two new undergraduate programs

It was a busy summer for the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS). In addition to staffing freshmen orientations, completing research projects and teaching classes, the CECS faculty and staff added two new interdisciplinary programs to their robust list of undergraduate majors and minors.

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Tick Tick Boom: Engineering alumni use 3D printer to make explosives

Though the Chattanooga-based consulting firm E&G Associates may only have a few employees, the consulting firm is already solving problems from some of the biggest companies in the manufacturing and pharmaceutical space. Now they’re taking on one of their biggest challenges: helping the U.S. Navy use 3D printing to make explosives.

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UTC hosts kickoff for city-wide Engineers Week

Engineers from UTC, Chattanooga State and organizations across the Chattanooga region gathered to launch their week of events designed to celebrate the work of engineers and computer scientists and to educate potential students about the field.

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