The iNEST program at UTC includes various research projects on food safety, techno-economic analysis of food protein production, food product development, bioenergy production from food waste, emerging food processing technology, food structure analysis and food and nutrition.
An environmental science course offered at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga during the spring 2023 semester was beneficial to students interested in growing fresh food and healing the local community.
Successfully creating interior design projects and equipping future professionals to improve the quality of life within the built environment are both learning outcomes for a new class that was offered this semester at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Described as a perspective learning course, Adapted Physical Education offers different points of view toward better understanding adaptive physical activities and the importance of incorporating adaptive activities to enable involvement for everyone. The course debuted at UTC this semester.
This semester, students who were interested in helping their community better understand income taxes and all they entail were drawn to a new class offered at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga. Introduction to Tax Preparation is a course taught by Assistant Professor of Accounting Steve Davenport.
Beginning Hiking and Backpacking is a new Health and Human Performance class debuting in the spring 2023 semester and taught by Dr. Sarah Canatsey, an instructional developer for the Gary W. Rollins College of Business.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga sophomore Ava Bailey, a business analytics major, will be competing in the upcoming Miss Tennessee pageant.
In a new UTC course, Society of Social Problems, students will review current social issues, possible solutions to those issues and integrate that knowledge into real-life situations.