During University of Tennessee at Chattanooga undergraduate commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 17, at McKenzie Arena, Chancellor Steven R. Angle introduced Dr. Michelle Deardorff as the first recipient of the newly established Chancellor’s Medal of Excellence.
Fall commencement at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was celebrated with three separate ceremonies taking place over two days starting Friday, Dec. 16.
Jennifer Isaacson has been going non-stop with four children, education and work—and soon will possess a nursing degree.
“My life changes every four years, so I’m about to go explore some other place,” said Anuja Patel, who graduates Dec. 17 with a degree in marketing from UTC.
Larry Guess, an Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter flight paramedic, is a member of the inaugural class of the UTC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Leadership online degree program to complete the curriculum and receive a degree—15 months after the program started and 25 years after his college journey began.
Maggie Shaw, who will receive a bachelor’s degree in nursing on Dec. 17, was a three-time all-Southern Conference first-team soccer selection and a two-time SoCon Defensive Player of the Year.
Fall commencement at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will be celebrated with three separate ceremonies taking place over two days starting Friday, Dec. 16. All ceremonies will take place inside McKenzie Arena,