For Media: From press releases to UTC experts, the information you need is just a click away.
For the UTC campus community: How to submit messages for campus-wide email distribution; event information for UTC’s homepage calendar, This Week’s Events; and news or events for promotion or publicity.
Media Relations Contact: Email Shawn Ryan or call 423-425-4363.
- News Releases—official University News
- Social Media—official University accounts
- WUTC—National Public Radio affiliate
- Mocs News—student-produced video program
- University Echo—student-produced newspaper and news website
- Experts List
- Call 423-425-4363 or email Shawn Ryan to find the UTC expert you need.
Publicity and Promotion of your UTC event or project
Promote your news or event
Is a student working on exciting research? Are you partnering with the community in an innovative way? Does your office, department or organization have a big milestone coming up? We want to hear about it.
Submit a publicity request using the form to the right and we will be in touch with you shortly.
Add your public event to the homepage calendar
If you have an event coming up that you want the Chattanooga community to know about, here’s how to let us know.
How to send:
Campus-wide emails can be sent to the following:
- Students only – Scrappy—email@example.com
- Employees only (Faculty and staff) UTCInfo—firstname.lastname@example.org
- Employees and students—UTCNews—email@example.com
UTCINFO and NEWS are moderated distribution lists, meaning your message is sent to a moderation queue and approved by a staff member before it is sent to the larger campus community.
When you prepare a message for approval, write it as if you were sending it to the entire campus community. Once approved, the email will be transmitted just as you sent it. Proofread your text. We cannot make edits to these emails.
Graphics or images—Don’t use them:
Graphics, including logos, must not be included in your submission. Do not send email with logos, images or photos within the message or included as an attachment. We want your message to be delivered as quickly and easily as possible, and graphics and images can cause issues with formatting, accessibility and delivery.
If graphics are used, we will send those submissions back to you along with a note. Often, for example, a logo submitted is not approved for official use.
Use of attachments:
Again, attachments can not be sent in messages to campus email listservs. This includes images, pdf documents and Word documents.
If your message includes an attachment, it will be returned to you with a request that you resend it without an attachment.