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Smoke Free UTC Initiative

Effective Jan. 1, 2019

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Bridges Beyond the Classroom

Collaborative learning experiences prepare students for a competitive global career market

In the 2017 State of the University address, the principal message was for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to be known for a comprehensive, collaborative learning experience that connects classroom instruction with hands-on application in the community.

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Music Ensembles accepting new members

Music Ensembles accepting new members

Was your New Year’s resolution to rekindle an old (or not so old) love for music? There are still openings in these UTC music ensembles:

Center for Global Educations hosts twice-monthly Tea Times

Center for Global Educations hosts twice-monthly Tea Times

Twice a month during Spring Semester, the Center for Global Education will host a tea in the Hooper Hall Tower Room. The next is set for Jan. 22.

UTC Club Tennis team is headed to the national championships

UTC Club Tennis team is headed to the national championships

For the first time, the UTC Club Tennis team is heading to the national championships.

Political analyst Roland Martin to visit UTC for Martin Luther King Jr. event

Political analyst Roland Martin to visit UTC for Martin Luther King Jr. event

Roland Martin. His name is synonymous with politics. From Bill Clinton to Barack Obama, Martin has interviewed multiple presidents, and he will be speaking at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, as part of their annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration on Friday, January 19.

UTC student named SoCon Wrestler of the Week

UTC student named SoCon Wrestler of the Week

UTC senior is Wrestler of the Week in SoCon.

Street named for civil rights icon James R. Mapp is dedicated

Street named for civil rights icon James R. Mapp is dedicated

University Street on the UTC campus was renamed James R. Mapp Street in honor of the late civil rights icon.

UTC School of Education graduate, professor earns statewide award for geography

UTC School of Education graduate, professor earns statewide award for geography

Charlotte Ellington, a graduate and adjunct professor in the UTC School of Education, has earned her the 2018 Lottie and Alden Beverly Geography Teacher of the Year Award from the Tennessee Geographic Alliance.

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