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Taking learning from hands-on to online

Setting up laboratory experiments to be shown online can be tough for organic chemistry courses but, in some ways, Dominique Belanger considers herself lucky. “I’m glad that I don’t have to learn how to teach sculpture online,” she said, laughing. Belanger is in charge of the organic chemistry program at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, so it’s her responsibility to arrange lab work for students taking the courses.

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Chancellor Steve Angle praises students, faculty and staff for response efforts

UTC Chancellor Steve Angle praises students, faculty and staff for their combined efforts in response to the impact of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

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A week without classes is a week full of learning

Students aren’t the only ones at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga learning how to use computers and software before the switch to all-online courses on Monday. Faculty are in the same boat. Between March 12 and March 19, 630 faculty members have taken training sessions from the Grayson H. Walker Center for Teaching and Learning on how to use academic software such as Zoom and Canvas. Most of

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One-woman show on Fannie Lou Hamer scheduled in the University Center Auditorium

Tribute to black activist Fannie Lou Hamer performed Tuesday by the playwright.

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Annual Minority Health Fair is moving to UTC campus

UTC debuts as host of the Hamilton County Minority Health Fair on Aug. 1.

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