Kinnawa Kaitibi and Nicole Brown both remember when they first met during his sophomore year. What started as a rocky first encounter has grown into a years-long mentorship and friendship that has lasted beyond Kaitibi’s college years.
Communication students tell the untold stories of Chattanooga with Rising Rock.
When Lindsay Manning left Chattanooga for a news reporting job at WFTS-ABC Action News in Tampa, Fla., she was expecting a lot of hot, sunny days. All that changed when Hurricane Irma was predicted to hit the city. With less than six months’ experience at her job, the UTC communication graduate did what she was…
Nearly a decade ago, Megan King was taking notes during a communication class in Frist Hall. Now, she has a sweeping view of downtown Chattanooga from her office in the EPB building. King was recently named the CEO and president of the Chattanooga Regional Manufacturers Association.
With an August 29th submission deadline, the 24th annual Symposium’s steering committee is currently seeking papers to be presented at their three day conference on November 10-12 in Chattanooga, TN.
Dr. Nicole Brown was recently among the 10 Chattanooga Area Women of Distinction honored by the American Lung Association in Tennessee at the 31st Annual Chattanooga Women of Distinction Awards luncheon.
Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce’s Downtown Council hosted a UTC mock presidential debate. Communications Department Fellow in Residence and former CNN White House Correspondent Dan Lothian provided critiques and insights to the students turned presidential hopefuls after their public performance.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of Communication has received a vote to fully reaccredit the program by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC).
The University’s student newspaper may be more than 100 years old, but that doesn’t stop editors from innovating and trying new things. In an effort to meet the need of the Chattanooga area’s growing Spanish-speaking population and provide learning opportunities for students, The University Echo editors now publish an online edition of the newspaper in Spanish.
The first time award-winning photojournalist Billy Weeks ’84 flew to Central America, he was on assignment for the U.S. military in 1999. He was bound for El Salvador, where American troops were helping to rebuild schools and buildings in the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch.