TCE alumna Tiffany Sithiphone actively supports Women in Engineering at UT as she earns national recognition for her leadership in career and diversity roles.
Jamie Porter (BS/NE ’08; MS/NE ’09; PhD/NE ’12) was the first African American woman to graduate from the Department of Nuclear Engineering.
Kim Greene, a 1988 UT alumnae, has been named the 2021 Dougherty Award winner, the highest honor given by the Tickle College of Engineering.
As alumna Angie Cannon is set to retire from Cannon & Cannon, she turns her focus to encouraging women and minorities to enter STEM and business fields.
One week you’re climbing up to Machu Picchu. The next, you can barely climb out of bed. This was Jim Froula’s experience with COVID-19.
Tom Wood built a career on the philosophy that if you treat people right, the company will run right while turning around chemical plants in the process.
Alumnus Jonaaron Jones is working to print the materials needed to get us off the ground with his new company Volunteer Aerospace.
Tickle College of Engineering alumnus Gabriel Balas was selected to lead the Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB).