Will Davis

Outreach Manager/Producer, WUTC

Will Davis is the outreach manager and a producer at WUTC. Will moved to Chattanooga from Ohio where he worked in higher education and public radio. Will responsibilities include creating original content for the station and developing special projects for student and community involvement.

Friday, December 1st is World AIDS Day, a day to reflect on the impact of HIV and AIDS and memorialize those we lost to the virus. This year, an event will take place at the Waterhouse Pavilion in Miller Plaza.

WUTC’s Will Davis spoke to the keynote speaker, Jeanne White-Ginder.

Her son Ryan White was one of the first children with hemophilia to be diagnosed with AIDS back in the early 1980s.

Experiential learning is learning through experiences outside of the traditional classroom. WUTC’s Will Davis speaks with Ashley Ewald, a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduate student who spent her summer very far outside of the classroom, teaching yoga to prisoners. 

The 25th annual Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression takes place in Chattanooga this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Here’s WUTC’s Will Davis talking with David Sachsman about this year’s program. 

The 23rd annual Wine Over Water Festival will take place Saturday, October 07. WUTC’s Will Davis spoke to two key players in this year’s festival: Amanda Carmichael and Ann Gray, Executive Director of Cornerstones.

The Bowen Education Theory Center was established in Chattanooga in 2008 to teach the family systems theory known as the Bowen Theory. Their symposium is coming up 9/21/17 at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. 

At this year’s symposium, Dr. Roberta Gilbert is the featured speaker, and she's talking about the Bowen Theory with WUTC's Will Davis.

Will Davis

Next week is National Drive Electric Week, and one local group is educating the Tennessee Valley about the importance and feasibility of electric vehicles. Jim Dillard and Barbara Kelly of Drive Electric Chattanooga join us for a chat. Drive Electric Chattanooga will be at the Second Saturdays On Station Street Concert Festival this Saturday from 3pm to 8pm. The event is free to the public.

Business students at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga who want to be investment professionals have the chance to manage a lot of real money—thanks to a unique program called The SMILE Fund (Student Managed Investment Learning Experience). It's an investment portfolio of $250,000 endowed by the UC Foundation .

Located at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and funded by the U.S. Department of Education, the Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) offers free advising and information to those who want to enter or continue college and who do not already have a four-year degree.