CETAS Named In Honor Of Gerald McCormick

  • Thursday, February 2, 2023

Chattanooga State’s Center for Engineering, Technology, Arts & Sciences is being named in
honor of Gerald McCormick, a former Tennessee House of Representatives member from 2004–2018, for his "long-standing leadership impacting higher education across the state and the historical significance of his impact championing state funds for ChattState."

CETAS on the Chattanooga State campus houses programs in general engineering, mechatronics,
nuclear power, cyber security, chemical operator, robotics, welding, non-destructive testing and many
more. It is also the home of the Wacker Institute, two high schools—STEM and Polytech and, most
recently, the Global Center for Digital Innovation, a partnership with Hamilton County Schools.

A program will be held on Friday, Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. at the CETAS building on the Chattanooga State campus. Program speakers will include Chancellor Flora Tydings. TBR-College System of Tennessee, Senator Bo Watson, Bob Corker, Zach Wamp, Tom Grisom and College President Dr. Rebecca Ashford.

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