UTC’s Richard Brown reminisces about local civil rights pioneer James Mapp

UTC’s Richard Brown reminisces about local civil rights pioneer James Mapp

Dr. Richard Brown of UTC offered personal remembrances of Chattanooga civil rights pioneer James Mapp during a reception for an exhibit documenting Mapp’s life.

Provost Ainsworth meets and greets new faculty

Provost Ainsworth meets and greets new faculty

UTC Provost Jerald Ainsworth greeted new faculty members this morning.

$700,000 in grants awarded to nine UTC researchers

$700,000 in grants awarded to nine UTC researchers

The Center of Excellence in Applied Computational Science and Engineering has awarded almost $700,000 in grants to nine researchers for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Reducing Test Terror: Prep programs offer strategies, practice for success

Reducing Test Terror: Prep programs offer strategies, practice for success

UTC’s Center for Professional Development partners with Educational Testing Consultants (ETC) to provide test prep courses for the ACT, GRE, LSAT and GMAT.

Blue Ribbon Award winners honored at luncheon

Blue Ribbon Award winners honored at luncheon

Winners of the Blue Ribbon Awards for the first half of 2017 were honored on Aug. 25 at a luncheon.

Passport to Understanding: Foreign students immersed in American culture

Passport to Understanding: Foreign students immersed in American culture

Twenty-two foreign students from 18 countries are at UTC for about a month to dive into American culture, American business and American politics.

Professor finds unique method to improve musician health

Professor finds unique method to improve musician health

When Dr. Kevin Ford wanted to help a student release tension and improve her conducting skills, he turned to his wife, Allyson, a trained practitioner of the Feldenkrais method.

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