In memory of the University’s esteemed seventh president and in honor of his dedicated wife, the Guerry Professorship recognizes outstanding professors.
Professor’s book chosen for FMU lecture series
Dr. Sarah Einstein’s award-winning creative nonfiction book, Mot: A Memoir, published last year, was recently chosen for Francis Marion University’s (FMU) spring 2017 Hunter Lecture and Common Colloquium Series.
Alumnus presents inaugural lecture in David W. Carrithers Lecture 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.
UTChattSat brings space technology to local classrooms
Placing satellite technology into the hands of students is the heart of UTChattSat’s mission.
Sybil Baker awarded prestigious Artist Fellowship
UC Foundation Associate Professor of English, Sybil Baker, is one of 11 Tennessee artists awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Tennessee Arts Commission for 2017.
Ugly Love and Writers Hall of Fame, Earl Braggs
Earl Braggs, Herman H. Battle Professor of African American Studies, can now add “Hall of Fame Inductee” to his impressive list of Honors and Awards.
Kick-off your UTC experience the right way with Convocation and Welcome Week
Be sure to kick-off your UTC experience the right way—by attending Convocation 2016 and then joining in the festivities of Welcome Week!
Professors and Alumna impact international literary scene
In only five short years an author society started here at UTC has made its mark on the international scholarly scene!
Innovative Research honored at national Power and Energy Conference
Dr. Abdelrahman Karrar, Visiting Professor, Electrical Engineering, received high honors at this year’s General Meeting for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) Power and Energy Society (PES) in Boston, MA.
After 32 years of service, Dr. McMahon reflects on a lifetime of learning
For his final lecture, Dr. Ed McMahon explored a timeline of what he learned outside of the classroom, and painted a portrait of adapting to the fast paced field of technology and innovation.