Morning Round-up: GIGTANK 365 and UT Discrimination Lawsuit
The startup teams of GIGTANK 365’s 2016 summer cohort have arrived in Chattanooga.
Tonight there will be a Startup social and Pitch Night.
Participants in CO.LAB’s Spring 2016 Accelerator and GIGTANK 365 prototype will present their companies to the public.
Later today, history students from Brainerd High School will unveil video histories from some of Hamilton County’s well-known leaders and unsung heroes.
The class has created a library of personal history videos that cover the 60s, 70s and 80s, including integration at Brainerd during the 1960s.
Some of the local leaders featured include Chattanooga city councilwoman, Carol Berz, Chattanooga City Councilman Moses Freeman, Eddie Holmes, Chairman of the Chattanooga Housing Authority,
Spencer McCallie, former Headmaster of McCallie School and others.
A judge has ruled that former Tennessee associate director of sports medicine Jenny Moshak and two ex-Lady Volunteers strength coaches should recover more than 460,000 dollars in attorneys’ fees as part of the settlement in their lawsuit against the university.
Moshak, Heather Mason and Collin Schlosser reached a 750, 000 dollar settlement in their gender discrimination and retaliation lawsuit.