A travel abroad experience brought students in the Master of Public Health program to tiny San Salvador Island.
Ana Rodas is a junior nursing major from Nashville and a first-generation college student, first-generation American and first-generation high school graduate, the daughter of immigrants.
Kevin Emily knew he had a lot of information when he started writing his book about the history of black wrestlers, but he soon discovered he had enough for two books.
The UTC School of Education has partnered with the Hamilton County Department of Education to pair UTC students with accomplished teacher mentors as a part of a new student teacher pilot program.
Guest lecturer Richard Gamble will present “The Constitution and Liberal Education” on September 15, 7:30 PM, UC Auditorium.
Even before graduating, these social work students were already making waves of change in the Chattanooga community as they partnered with local nonprofits to conduct much needed research in the community.
UTC offers Living Learning Communities (LLC) to students for the opportunity to live together and take courses together in an environment focused on their interests or majors. These communities are designed to foster relationships among incoming students from the moment they step foot on campus.
The UTC Department of Physical Therapy recently hosted their annual Physical Therapy Forum, with over 250 in attendance.
Social Work students teamed-up with area nonprofit agencies to provide much needed research and improve outreach success in the Chattanooga community.
Meghan Duggan, a senior graduate student in the UTC School of Nursing’s Nurse Anesthesia Program, spent two-weeks aboard a Mercy Ship in Madagascar aiding in the administration of anesthesia for various surgeries on the ship for the local population.