An Evening with Acclaimed Biographer James McGrath Morris, Nov. 2

An Evening with Acclaimed Biographer James McGrath Morris, Nov. 2

Join author James McGrath Morris, whose recent book The Ambulance Drivers: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and a Friendship Made and Lost in War details one of the most tortured friendships in the history of modern American literature. If you go What:  An End to the Age of Innocence: How the Great War Forever Changed American Literature When: Thursday, Nov. 2, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Where: Signal Mountain Room, University Center Info: This event is

Scholars and Clergy discuss the Reformation, Nov. 1

Scholars and Clergy discuss the Reformation, Nov. 1

October 2017 marked the 500th anniversary of when Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of one of Saxon City’s main churches. Join this round table discussion with UTC professors and local church leaders in observance of the historic event.

Kathi Weeks presents ‘Down with Love: Feminist Critique and the New Ideologies of Work’ on Oct. 26

Kathi Weeks presents ‘Down with Love: Feminist Critique and the New Ideologies of Work’ on Oct. 26

Kathi Weeks, professor of gender, sexuality and feminist studies at Duke University draws from 1970’s critiques of the ideologies of love and romance to develop a critique of the popular literature advice that directs employees to find love and happiness at work.

Fr. Michael Lapsley presents ‘Healing Memories’ on Oct. 25

Fr. Michael Lapsley presents ‘Healing Memories’ on Oct. 25

The Department of Psychology and Psi Chi invite the UTC and Chattanooga community to hear Lapsley’s powerful perspective on trauma and healing.

Connections, engagement and leadership: Club Sports offer opportunities for campus and community

Connections, engagement and leadership: Club Sports offer opportunities for campus and community

An estimated 15 club sports teams will be active this year at UTC, but the number can always change depending on students’ interests.

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