The Roland Hayes Concert hall nearly burst at the seams for a National Hazing Prevention Week conversation on Tuesday, Sept. 26, almost reaching its 505-capacity seating for a Hazing Prevention Workshop. The workshop, one of the highlights on the “Mocs Don’t Haze” calendar, proved an empowering exchange of ideas between the guest speaker, Dr. Jason Meriwether, and the UTC community.
Dr. Cynthia Orozco, an award-winning and best-selling author, historian, consultant and public speaker, is coming to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga for the University’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga celebrated Juneteenth on Friday, June 16, with an on-campus event at Lupton Hall. Sponsored by the UTC Office of Multicultural Affairs and the UTC Black Faculty and Staff Association, the event brought together faculty, staff and students from across campus—including students participating in several UTC summer experiences.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Month in April while the academic year is still in session. Throughout May, people across the U.S. celebrate AAPI Month in honor of the impact Asian cultures have on society.
The UTC Black History Month kickoff event and Taste of Black Chattanooga took place Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the University Center Chattanooga Room.
Every February, the achievements and history of African Americans are recognized and commemorated as part of Black History Month.
UTC’s celebration will begin with a kickoff celebration on Feb. 1.
Prominent educator, author and lecturer Angela Davis highlighted University of Tennessee at Chattanooga MLK Day 2023 festivities on Tuesday, Jan. 24, speaking to a standing-room only crowd in the UTC Fine Arts Center’s Roland Hayes Concert Hall.
MOC Forward returns in a series of virtual events.
Tribute to black activist Fannie Lou Hamer performed Tuesday by the playwright.
The Sankofa Museum is filled with art, collectibles and memorabilia from many countries.