On Nov. 10, Dr. Abeer Mustafa will be the keynote speaker at the UTC Veterans Day Chancellors Luncheon. After graduating from high school in Houston, Texas, in 1990, she enlisted in the U.S. Army, which she served four years and attained the rank of E-4.
Dr. Rachael Davis and Dr. Jason Gordon, members of the School of Education faculty, recently served as chaperones for six local high school students at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Dallas.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga School of Education held a dinner and reception on May 23 to congratulate the 2023-2024 Butterfield Fellows, a group of local educators selected for their exemplary classroom management practices supporting children and teacher education.
An educational partner with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Battle Academy has been named to a group of 22 schools selected statewide for its Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics program (STEAM) programs.
Amanda Price, a third-grade teacher at Taylor Elementary School in Cleveland, Tennessee, and a 2012 alumna of the UTC School of Education, was one of 30 national selections—and the only one from Tennessee—selected as Extraordinary Educators by Curriculum Associates.
Three members of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga family were recognized for their work as part of the Hamilton County Schools Partners in Education Breakfast on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at the University Center. The annual event celebrates and recognizes Hamilton County Schools area partners who impact district students and educators.
The $13.9 million upgrading of the 65-year-old Hunter Hall is almost complete at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Pat Ormond plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in history then aim for another one in sociology after that.
Governor’s School celebrates its 30th anniversary at UTC.
Official from the U.S. Department of Education pays a visit to the UTC Teaching and Learning Institute at Tyner Academy.