New Engineering Complex to Bear Zeanah Name For the last couple of years, students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the […]
The Tickle College of Engineering is drafting a Diversity Action Plan in an effort to take concrete steps to combat unconscious bias and systemic racism.
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.
Alumna Sonya Baskerville (BS/IE ’89) used her UT engineering background as a foundation for a long and fruitful legal career.
The connections and support alum Melanie Smith received from the office of Engineering Diversity Programs helped her carve out a successful career with TDOT.
Adam Larkey, an industrial and systems engineering graduate, found a common ground between his studies in engineering and bluegrass.
Joel Seligstein, alumnus and member of the college’s Board of Advisors, spoke to WBIR about how COVID-19 is affecting his training for the Winter Olympics.
Oscar Lee Martin Jr. (CBE ’96) has found career success in combining innovation and entrepreneurial mindsets, at both of which […]
Key Points Optics help drive scientific exploration, from nanoscopic levels to telescopes A UT-led team has made a breakthrough allowing […]
Image courtesy of NASA. Former NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly was one of seven UT alumni honored by the university with […]