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2 From Chattanooga State Music Program Perform In The King And I
  Many of the Chattanooga State music faculty perform in the southeast, including with the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra.  Dr. Jennifer Arbogast, an
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Dr. Jennifer Arbogast, Assistant Professor of Music
Jennifer Arbogast holds a Doctor of Arts degree from Ball State University, where she studied with internationally acclaimed soprano, Dr. Mei Zhong.
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Julie Franklin, Adjunct Biology Instructor
Julie Franklin joined the Microbiology team in the Life Sciences Department in Fall 2011. With a background as a Medical Technologist she
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Janice Neal, Adjunct Mathematics Instructor
Janice has been an outstanding adjunct instructor in the Mathematics Department for several years. She works diligently with her students and is
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Carolyn Clark. Division Secretary
Carolyn Clark knows her job and this really shows in her performance. Carolyn came aboard as Division secretary six years ago. She
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David Wollert, Associate Professor of Biology
David Wollert has contributed enormously in many different ways to Life Sciences Department, M & S Division, and the College since he
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Dr. Azar Raiszadeh, Professor of Mathematics
In addition to doing an exemplary job in teaching her assigned classes, Dr. Azar Raiszadeh was in charge of Learning Support (LS)
TCAT Division Congratulates Robert Hawfield
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) selected master instructor of Mathematics Bob Hawfield to receive the Teaching Excellence award in 2013.
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Michael Holsomback – Assistant Professor/Art
Mike Holsomback is a well-known professional artist and dedicated, veteran art department faculty member at Chattanooga State Community College in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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Dr. Patricia Ochoa
Dr. Patricia Ochoa, came to Chattanooga State in 1998 after completing her doctoral coursework in exercise physiology at the University of Alabama.