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2013 Study Abroad Students

Winners of the Alcoa – College of Engineering Study Abroad Fellowships have been announced for Summer, 2013!

With the expansion of the College of Engineering’s faculty-led engineering programs this summer, our application pool has greatly increased, and the College is very pleased to be able to respond to this demand and support a larger number of students for programs this year.

The winners are:

Austin Chittaphong and Sam Tabor will be part of the group traveling to Innsbruck, Austria, with Dr. Glenn Tootle to study Water Resources and Climate in the European Alps.

Kaleb Darrow, Emily Frame, Tyrone Harris, John Pevey, and Danny Tran (not pictured) will be a part of a group traveling to Prague, Czech Republic, with Dr. Wes Hines for Nuclear Research Reactor Laboratory with visits to nearby nuclear facilities.

James Allred, Computer Science; Carl Britt, Nuclear Engineering; Sarah Combee, Nuclear Engineering; Shelby Driefke, Mechanical Engineering; Brittani Erwin, Biomedical Engineering; Brandon Hotsinpiller, Industrial Engineering; Jahan Hussaini, Computer Science; Kyle Lienart, Civil Engineering; Josh Penney, Mechanical Engineering; Jason Rizk, Nuclear Engineering; Trey Twickler, Industrial Engineering; Austin Wyer, Industrial Engineering; and Aaron Young, Computer Engineering

James, Carl, Sarah, Shelby, Brittani, Brandon, Jahan, Kyle, Josh, Jason, Trey, Austin, and Aaron will be part of a group traveling to London, England for Engineering In London.

Students will be taking two of three course offerings in Thermodynamics, Circuits and Devices, and Development of Computation.

UT faculty members for the classes are Roger Parsons, Mike Berry, and Paul Crilly.

On non-UT programs, Chad Armstrong, Computer Science, will be studying Spanish language and culture in Salamanca, Spain, and Will Barbour, Biosystems Engineering, will be studying Environmental Science and Engineering in Leuven, Belgium.

All will be participating in the Outreach blog, so fellow students can share their experiences.