JeNai Davis joined the college as an academic advisor for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) in early 2021. She helps CEE students with course planning and helps address their concerns about academic support and scheduling.
Staff Spotlight: JeNai Davis Helps CEE Students Navigate Their Semesters
Four from College Among World’s Most Cited Researchers
Four faculty members from the Tickle College of Engineering were named to the 2021 list of world’s most cited researchers.
Three Research Groups from College Earn R&D 100 Accolades
Tickle College of Engineering faculty Michela Taufer, Tony Schmitz, Yilu Liu, and Lin Zhu were part of research teams that were honored with R&D 100 awards.
Allen Wins Chili Cook-Off
Michael Allen won the staff chili cook-off, organized by the TCE Staff Advisory Council in celebration of Homecoming week.
Engineering Vols Bring Home Top Awards from National SWE Conference
The TCE chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) earned awards and recognition at the 2021 SWE National Conference, held October 21–23 in Indianapolis. Twenty-three UT SWE members attended, with their trip sponsored by the college as part of TCE’s commitment to supporting and recruiting women in engineering.
Kilic to Represent UT Engineering in Multiple Programs
Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs Ozlem Kilic has been chosen for two new exciting professional opportunities. She will represent UT in an upcoming Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) Institute and on the International Union of Radio Science US National Committee
Staff Spotlight: Erika Adams Brings Wealth of Experience to EECS
In her role, Adams quickly came to enjoy the camaraderie that exists among EECS faculty and staff, and across all TCE departments. She is happy to help with any question for EECS.
Retired Air Force Col Tom Hickerson is a UT alum who was involved with a number of high-profile things over the years, including being at the Pentagon on 9/11.
Boo in the Courtyard Boosts Campus Spirit and Chancellor’s Day of Service
The TCE community gathered on November 1 at the engineering courtyard for spirited seasonal competition as Boo in the Courtyard, the college’s annual costume contest, returned to campus. The event doubled as a collection day for items donated to the Chancellor’s Day of Service.
Staff Spotlight: Jake Working Brings Engineering Background to Advising
Jacob Working brings experience of his engineering degree to his role as MSE advisor.