Future filmmakers of Chattanooga take note: “This is the best program for aspiring filmmakers, hands down,” shares Chad Wilson, executive producer of film, ‘Hear Me.’ The ‘best program’ Chad refers to is the
The Chattanooga State Community College Veteran’s Support Center and the Theatre Department have partnered with The Telling Project, a national performing arts non-profit that employs theater to deepen the understanding of military and
Chattanooga State Community College received a substantial $20,000 boost from UNUM in support of its award-winning Writers@Work program during an official
“Faith & Doubt: Science and Religion in the Search for Truth,” a documentary film by David Wollert, an associate professor of biology, will be presented for viewing in the Humanities Theatre on Wednesday, February 17 at 7:00 p.m. and again on Thursday, February 18 at 11:00 a.m. The film is free and open to the
The Chattanooga Section of American Society for Non-Destructive Testing (ASNT) recently donated $12,000 to Chattanooga State Community College that will be used toward scholarships for students enrolled in the Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) program in the Engineering Technology Division at the college.
Thanks to a $55,000 grant awarded by the Lyndhurst Foundation, Assistant Professor Caroline Covington (photo above) will be transforming the 3,750 square foot Center for Engineering, Technology, Arts, & Science (CETAS) Garage into a Sculpture Studio supporting
We are pleased that one of the Chattanooga State Foundation’s Jim and Carlydia Berry Scholarship recipients has been honored this Spring as the 2014 Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Outstanding Student of the Year for the entire state (and received a new car as a result!).
When it came time to enroll at ChattState last fall, Karlie Zimmerman realized that medical assisting was her passion. She shares, “It spoke to me and I wanted to honor