Remembrance Walk takes place on Wednesday, Sept. 11.
On Tuesday, April 2, attorney Carlos Calderin will take a nonpartisan approach to analyzing U.S. laws and policy that relate to immigration. Calderin is a local attorney whose practice focuses on American immigration and nationality law.
‘Joe Hill Show’ focuses on the life of early 20th century songwriter and labor activist
Taking place on Wednesday, April 3, Lavender Graduation is an annual ceremony conducted on numerous campuses to honor lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally students and to acknowledge their achievements and contributions to the University.
The student-created exhibition, “We Demand an End to Racism!” The Civil Rights Movement in Chattanooga, is made up of five large panels divided into subjects related to the Civil Rights Era in the city.
UTC students have made a series of podcasts detailing the history and importance of the Big Nine area of Chattanooga, now known as ML King Boulevard.
Karcheik Sims-Alvarado, a scholar who for more than 20 years has studied the history and culture of African Americans throughout the Black Atlantic World. Whether in the classroom, museum or in the field, she has sought to document and teach the African-American odyssey through various mediums.
On Saturday, Feb. 23, UTC hosts speaker Dave Hickey, UTC alumnus, staffer to former Tennessee Gov. Ned Ray McWherter, former U.S. Rep. Marilyn Lloyd; and longtime political consultant and lobbyist.
This workshop provides an overview of what to consider in thinking of running for office (no commitment to run for office required).
“Culture and Conversation: An Eco-Psycho-Sociopolitical Case Study of a Convergence between Birds and Blackness”
Are you interested in art, biology, ecology, literature, nature, ornithology, photography, wildlife and how all of those interests intersect? If so, join us!