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College of Engineering and Computer Science introduces two new undergraduate programs

College of Engineering and Computer Science introduces two new undergraduate programs

It was a busy summer for the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS). In addition to staffing freshmen orientations, completing research projects and teaching classes, the CECS faculty and staff added two new interdisciplinary programs to their robust list of undergraduate majors and minors.

Suit-Up: Making sure to put your best look forward

Suit-Up: Making sure to put your best look forward

Looking good: Get advice on polishing your professional wardrobe at Suit Up on Sunday.

Father and daughter pursue MBAs at the same time—sometimes the same class

Father and daughter pursue MBAs at the same time—sometimes the same class

Rachael Land and her father, John, are both earning MBAs; both started the program in fall 2017 and sometimes are in the same class.

UTC events raise awareness for suicide prevention

UTC events raise awareness for suicide prevention

Throughout the last half of this month, we are hosting events geared toward mental health and wellness. All events are open to all students, staff, faculty and the Chattanooga community!

9/11 victims and first responders are honored during ‘11 Hours of Remembrance’

9/11 victims and first responders are honored during ‘11 Hours of Remembrance’

On Tuesday, Sept. 11, students, faculty and staff from UTC carried flags around Chamberlain Field to honor those who died or were injured on 9/11 as well as the heroic actions of first responders. The event ran from 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. Participants could carry American flags or those representing one of the U.S. Armed Services.  

Collaboration with the University of the South generates series on the lynching of Ed Johnson in Chattanooga

Collaboration with the University of the South generates series on the lynching of Ed Johnson in Chattanooga

Taking place on both campuses, the events in the new series include a documentary screening and lectures featuring Illinois State University’s Amy Wood, award-winning historian and professor of post-Civil War American cultural history and the history of the U.S. South.

Eighth Annual Dr. Richard Gruetzemacher Constitution Day Lecture focuses on George Washington

Eighth Annual Dr. Richard Gruetzemacher Constitution Day Lecture focuses on George Washington

The lecture explores Washington’s accomplishments, how he defeated the British Empire, presided over the Constitutional Convention, led an infant nation and what we can learn from him today.

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