The Tickle College of Engineering was ranked 34th among public institution in the latest U.S. New and World Report rankings.
After being awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship, biomedical engineer Leah Gutzwiller (’23) is about to scootch her “Home Sweet Home” about 8,000 miles—to Taiwan. “I am so honored to be awarded a Fulbright,” said Gutzwiller. “I still have days where I am in shock.” The Fulbright will support Gutzwiller for 11 months while she […]
UT’s Science Alliance announced three Tickle College of Engineering graduate students as recipients of 2023 Graduate Advancement Training and Education (GATE) fellowships. The GATE program supports graduate students through assistantships and fellowships awarded by individual departments to support meritorious, collaborative research between the university and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. These TCE graduate students will begin […]
The 2023 Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA), took place on April 25 in UT’s Student Union. Led by Undergraduate Research & Fellowships in the Division of Student Success, 1,179 students showed 868 projects from a wide range of disciplines and methodologies. During a closing awards ceremony on May 4, participating colleges presented […]
The 2024 U.S. News and World Report graduate school rankings are out, and the Tickle College of Engineering is 31st among publics, 55th overall.
The Tickle College of Engineering is 29th amongst public universities and 37th overall in the 2023 U.S. News and World Report online master’s rankings.
J.A.M. “Toby” Boulet is coming out of retirement to serve as interim associate dean for academic and student affairs for the Tickle College of Engineering.
Angela McCarter will retire this fall after 42 years of service to the Tickle College of Engineering. Her current long-standing role is as administrative specialist II in the Office of Academic and Student Affairs, working with Associate Dean Ozlem Kilic. McCarter has worked here through many changes and with a few storied names in the […]
The Tickle College of Engineering’s event, College Connect, welcomed hundreds of first-year students to campus to meet with several college- and university-level offices. Students were also able to walk around the Zeanah Engineering Complex and see the different classrooms and labs it houses.
The launching of the new online MS in computer science was featured in Fortune | Education.