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UTC researchers help CUIP win international award

CUIP wins first place recognition in the International Data Corp. Smart City North America awards.

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Chattanooga named in Top 50 Smart City projects for ethical data use

Read more about Chattanooga’s ethical data practices As many urban areas adopt “smart city” initiatives, Chattanooga is doing so with a slightly different approach—and now, the city is being recognized for its ethical practices. The Smart 50 Awards, created by US Ignite, Smart Cities Connect and Smart Cities Connect Foundation listed Chattanooga’s data analytics practices as a winner in the Digital Transformation category, which recognizes projects that deal with

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Mina Sartipi: Woman of Influence

    University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Professor Mina Sartipi has been named among the most influential business leaders in Chattanooga for 2019 by Edge magazine. Read more below about her work in and out of the classroom.   A lot of people and partners are betting on Mina Sartipi and the Center for Urban Informatics and Progress. As much as the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga urban science

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ML King Boulevard a UTC testbed for Smart City initiative

M.L. King Boulevard is involved in research that may improve the way cities around the world operate.

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UTC and Smart Cities Initiative wins a national award

Top of the Class The winners in the Smart Cities North American Awards are: Education UTC — Chattanooga, Tennessee Administration Get It Done Expansion — San Diego, California Civic Engagement Smart Living in the Windy City — Chicago, Illinois Digital Equity and Accessibility NYCx Co-Labs in Brownsville — Borough of Brooklyn and Neighborhood of Brownsville, New York Economic Development, Tourism, Arts, Libraries Culture, Open Spaces Economic, Mobility and Safety

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