The UTC program, “Collaborative Research: CyberCorps® Scholarship for Service: Strengthening the National Cybersecurity Workforce With Integrated Learning of AI/ML and Cybersecurity,” is among seven American university programs selected for renewed funding of more than $24 million from NSF over the next four years.
Five University of Tennessee at Chattanooga professors have been selected to receive Commercialization Acceleration grants from the Clarence E. Harris Chair of Excellence in Entrepreneurship. The money helps the faculty members further their research.
Hong Qin, a UTC professor of computer science, has been selected to advance to the second of three rounds of review in the U.S. National Academy of Medicine’s Healthy Longevity Global Grand Challenge.
Dillon Martin, a 2017 UTC graduate with a bachelor’s degree in finance, and Justin Clark, who received a master’s in computer science from UTC in 2019, are two of the four founders of a mobile financial app called Levo Financial.
Eight faculty-led projects spanning multiple departments at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga have been awarded over $700,000 in support from the competitive CEACSE program.