“You can also come see me if you need a Tide pen or other random things that I always keep on me,” she said. “I guess after being a mom-on-the-go, I am prepared for anything. I have pulled out the Tide pen before for a student who dropped food on his tie once and was getting ready to go to the Engineering Expo.”
Staff Spotlight: Kerri Cline
Engineering Vols Get Professional at Spring Banquet
“Our spring banquet provides an opportunity to recognize students that have chosen to add experience to their education,” said program director Todd Reeves. “We are grateful to Mike Stone for providing the resources for the Stone Leadership program which also provides for the funding of this event.”
NSBE Team Finishes Third in National Competition
“Our team kept its composure and made an amazing comeback at the end,” said Shannon Sharp, also a sophomore in mechanical engineering. “When they announced that we had won, we went crazy and celebrated ecstatically for UT’s win.”
Engineering Vols Compute the Switchgrass Harvest
“Harvesting switchgrass was definitely a different experience from what I normally do,” said Valerie Garcia-Negrón. “It made me realize how exciting and important it is to be in the field doing hands-on activities. Working with switchgrass helped our group obtain a holistic view of the project’s processing phases: harvesting plants, extracting lignin, converting lignin into carbon products, and modeling the carbon samples at the atomic- and meso-scales.”
Accolades: Engineers dig ORE, Thompson presents, Ahmadi publishes, Thakur competes
For women in higher education, talking about career advancement and ambitions can be taboo. This session offered a safe forum for women attendees to discuss aspirations, skill sets and experiences, and how these things fit within (or outside of) their respective organizations.
Janis Terpenny Named Dean of UT’s Tickle College of Engineering
“Dr. Terpenny’s expertise in engineering design and smart manufacturing will be invaluable to the college and the university as we continue to emerge as a leader in the fields of advanced materials and high-performance computing,” said Provost David Manderscheid. “With her track record as an academic leader who can foster collaboration, advance research, and build on the college’s already excellent reputation, I am certain that Dr. Terpenny will be a great asset to the university.”
Hoangnha Vo: Student Report from 2019 Alternative Spring Break to Ecuador
Over the course of spring break, I was fortunate enough to experience the Ecuadorian lifestyle through their diet. Each meal was nutritious, and I certainly felt healthier after each one.
Giving a Helping Hand to the Hospital
A team of students from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering are working with Fort Sanders Regional Hospital to improve patient care.
Student and Faculty Contributions Honored at Council of Partners Banquet
“Engineering is a wonderful profession, allowing its practitioners to have tremendous impact on our families, communities, state, nation and global society,” said Dean. “This also places a significant dependency on engineers to get it right. This is a burden engineers must embrace, be humbled by their responsibilities and potential, and enjoy every minute.”
UT Engineering Students Design Section of Gatlinburg Greenway
Civil and Environmental Engineering seniors worked with the Gatlinburg Greenway to design a section of road for pedestrians and bicycles.