Even though the Colonial Chemical name is not on the label, there’s a good chance the molecules are from the South Pittsburg, Tennessee-based company, which is home to 16 current University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduates—nine of them with undergraduate degrees in chemistry or chemical engineering.
Sebastian Jimenez, a Brock Scholar in the Honors College majoring in biology and chemistry, will be participating in a National Science Foundation-funded summer research program at the University of Chicago.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of Biology, Geology and Environmental Science hosted a reception on Friday, March 31, to dedicate a painting in memory of Dr. Mark Schorr.
UTC fourth-year students enrolled in the ant ecology course taught by UC Foundation Assistant Professor DeAnna Beasley, the meiofaunal biodiversity course taught by Assistant Professor Francesca Leasi or the animal physiology course taught by Professor Loren Hayes gathered to present posters of their research.
Community outreach: UTC faculty volunteering as research mentors for CGLA students’ biology projects
Ten UTC Department of Biology, Geology and Environmental Science women faculty members have volunteered as research mentors for 43 CGLA students working on biology-based projects.
Gretchen Potts, UC Foundation Professor of Chemistry and the department head for Biology, Geology and Environmental Science, is celebrating her 20th anniversary at UTC.
The silicone bracelet on your wrist might be more than just a statement of personal style. A study now taking place at UTC is analyzing various wristbands, rings and other items with silicone in them, trying to detect certain organic chemicals that are left behind when any form of combustion takes place, including fireworks, welding,…
Are you having trouble choosing between two or three majors? Would a mixture of majors better fit your career aspirations? Maybe the Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) degree is for you.
Dr. Gretchen Potts, UC Foundation Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, was selected as a finalist for the Supernova Award and she was recognized at the Odyssey 2012: Engineering a Dream Luncheon and Awards Ceremony. The Young Women’s Leadership Academy Foundation established the Supernova Award to “recognize women who have distinguished themselves in their professional career…