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 tat directs employees to find love and happiness at work.

Department of Mathematics Colloquium Series hosts Lakmali Weerasena, Oct. 20

Department of Mathematics Colloquium Series hosts Lakmali Weerasena, Oct. 20

Lakmali Weerasena presents: A Local-search Algorithm and a Tolerance Function for Multi-objective Combinatorial Optimization Problems.

Flora, Fauna, and Flute: nature inspired concert features flute and narrator, Oct. 22

Flora, Fauna, and Flute: nature inspired concert features flute and narrator, Oct. 22

This concert for flute and narrator follows a theme of nature with musical selections and narrations based on birds, flowers, trees and animals.

In a Graveyard: Choral concert explores themes of death and remembrance, Oct. 21

In a Graveyard: Choral concert explores themes of death and remembrance, Oct. 21

The concert featuring Hugo Distler’s Totentanz, is a collection of music thematically connected to Halloween and All Saints Day.

Lecture considers the ‘lost virtue’ of moderation and its relationship with politics on Oct. 19

Lecture considers the ‘lost virtue’ of moderation and its relationship with politics on Oct. 19

In his lecture, “In Praise of a Forgotten Virtue: Moderation in the Twenty-First Century,” Aurelian Craiutu explores questions surrounding the forgotten virtue and the relationship moderation has—or should have—with politics.

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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