Thirty-nine experts on Civil War and Free Expression experts are coming to Chattanooga from across the country to talk about the media’s role in memorializing a chapter of U.S. history that segments of American society often view in starkly different terms.
The Department of Psychology and Psi Chi invite the UTC and Chattanooga community to hear Lapsley’s powerful perspective on trauma and healing.
UTC Department of Performing Arts presents REEDS, STRINGS, and HAMMERS: Music for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano
With performers Wendy Case, Tim Hinck, and Nikolasa Tejero, this dynamic and diverse program features composers who blurred the stylistic line between concert and popular music idioms.
The Library invites Campus and community members to an exhibit opening with UTC Chattanooga alumnus Dennis Haskins. The opening will feature remarks and a question and answer session with Haskins on Monday, April 4, at 4:30 P.M. in the Southern Writers Room, 4th floor, Library.
The UTC History Department and College of Arts and Sciences, in partnership with the Southeast World History Association (SEWHA) will host Dr. Mark McNicholas’s lecture on Friday, April 1, 6:00 P.M. at the Read House in downtown Chattanooga. This event is free and open to the public.