Sherreda Peggs knew just what she had to do after her brother, Cinque, announced he was the salutatorian at their high school: She had to be valedictorian. Their sibling rivalry continues today at UTC, where Cinque is a senior and Sherreda a junior.
The Department of Psychology and Psi Chi invite the UTC and Chattanooga community to hear Lapsley’s powerful perspective on trauma and healing.
The American Psychological Association’s (APA) I Am Psyched! Is a multimedia pop-up exhibit featuring the history and contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology.
UTC’s Dr. David Ross is the 2017 recipient of the Liberty Bell Award for public service.
Dr. Jill Shelton, Assistant Professor of Psychology at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, will present “Seeing is Believing: New evidence for Prospective Memory Monitoring” on Tuesday, January 14 at 3 p.m. in the Lookout Mountain Room of the UTC University Center.
The journey into space is as much psychological as it is physical. Astronauts’ environment is a small spaceship where they work, sleep, and eat with the same coworkers every day in a dangerous, high-stress space for long periods of time. As an I-O psychologist for NASA, it’s Dr. Kelley Slack’s job to prepare the newest class of astronauts for space travel.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Parker, Civil Rights Division, New Orleans, Louisiana, will present The Tarnished Badge on Thursday, October 17, 5:30 p.m. at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Fine Arts Center in the Roland Hayes Auditorium, located at the corner of Vine and Palmetto Streets. This event is free and open to the public.
Intellectual atheist/agnostic, anti-theist, or seeker-agnostic? UTC researchers have discovered that non-believers are more diverse than previously thought. In a new study, Dr. Chris Silver and student Thomas Coleman have classified those who identify as atheists or agnostics into six distinct categories.
Dr. Preston Foerder, visiting assistant professor in The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of Psychology, will present his research on “Insightful Problem Solving in Asian Elephants” on Tuesday, November 13, from 2-3 p.m. in the Signal Mountain Room of the UTC University Center.
Now in its eighth year, the River Cities Industrial Organizational Conference (RCIO), hosted by the UTC Department of Psychology, will center on the theme of “Selecting for High Performance.” With a focus on identifying, developing, and selecting high performing employees, the conference will take place October 26 and 27 at the University Center.