“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.
Nicki Messer, who received a bachelor’s degree in political science from UTC in December 2021, is now a congressional staff assistant in Washington, D.C.
Starting in fall semester 2022, a new concentration—Theatre Entrepreneurship—will give students the concepts and tools to see themselves as a product to be sold.
The virtual and in-person discussions, scheduled through October, are presented by the Tennessee Democracy Forum and the UTC Department of Political Science and Public Service.
Presentation will focus on the grassroots efforts of ordinary people during the Civil Rights Movement.
The Department of Political Science and Public Service invites all UTC students and faculty to their next “Sweet Research” event.
In his lecture, “In Praise of a Forgotten Virtue: Moderation in the Twenty-First Century,” Aurelian Craiutu explores questions surrounding the forgotten virtue and the relationship moderation has—or should have—with politics.
Guest speaker Levar Smith will present “Anxieties of Democracy: Lessons from South Africa and Zimbabwe” as part of the Political Science and Public Service’s “Sweet Research” series.
Accomplished alumnus, Dr. Steven Benjamin Smith returns to Campus to honor Professor Emeritus, Dr. David W. Carrithers by presenting the Inaugural Lecture in the David W. Carrithers Lecture Series in Law, Politics, and Public Policy on Thursday, October 20, with a 6:30 P.M. Reception and 7:30 P.M. Lecture in the Derthick Lecture Hall.