The recent UT President’s Council Tour introduced new and exciting technology that our students and faculty are using right here in Chattanooga.
The Chattanooga Concussion Prevention Initiative (CCPI) and The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the Vanderbilt Sports Concussion Center (VSCC) will host a FREE seminar on sports concussion safety on Tuesday, August 13, 6:30-8 p.m. at the University Center Auditorium at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Coaches, school administrators, and parents will learn how to protect child-athletes from concussions.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the Chattanooga Concussion Prevention Initiative are hosting a FREE sports concussion seminar for community coaches, parents, and school administrators in conjunction with Vanderbilt Sports Concussion Center.
The pool in McClellan Gym is usually home to students getting in a few laps or the occasional exercise class, but for one night it gave people with disabilities and their families a chance of a lifetime by offering a scuba diving lesson.
UC Foundation Professor of Health and Human Performance Dr. Marisa Colston was honored by The Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society (TATS) with the Jerry Robertson Educator of the Year Award. The award was presented to her this month at the TATS Annual Awards Banquet at Baptist Hospital in Nashville.
In an effort to help Americans improve their physical activity and nutrition habits, President Barack Obama initiated The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition (PCFSN). To assist with the task of promoting good health and fitness, Dr. Gregory Heath, UTC Guerry Professor of Health and Human Performance and Assistant Provost for Research and Engagement,…
First Lady Michelle Obama inspired students at Brown International Academy to do a lot of jumping jacks on October 12th. A group of UTC students helped document this special effort for the Let’s Move! Campaign.
As fall football season fast approaches, keeping children safe on the field is a top priority for many parents. Thanks to students in the UTC Department of Health and Human Performance, parents can breathe a little easier during games. Students are volunteering to outfit children in properly fitted sports gear.
Though temperatures in Chattanooga are hitting the upper 90s this summer, the Mocs football team continues to prepare for the fall season with voluntary outdoor practices. In an effort to keep the players safe in the extreme heat, the UTC Department of Health and Human Performance is testing a variety of ways to monitor their…