The University of Tennessee officially dedicated the Zeanah Engineering Complex, the largest academic building on campus.
Hundreds Gather to Celebrate Zeanah Building’s Dedication
UT Students Finish in the Top Three at SAMPE Conference
UT’s Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) student chapter represented the university well at the SAMPE 2022 Conference and Exhibition held in Charlotte, North Carolina, this May. This year’s conference was the first to be held in person since 2019, which UT’s student chapter also attended. Eight representatives of the chapter […]
Harold Conner Wins Prestigious 2022 AIChE Award
Harold T. Conner, PhD, has won the prestigious 2022 Management Division Award presented by the American Institute for Chemical Engineers (AIChE).
Lee Martin, Alumnus and Longtime Faculty Member, Honored with 2022 Dougherty Award
Professor Emeritus Lee Martin honored with 2022 Dougherty Award, the highest honor an alumni can receive.
“Galactic Gal” Camille Calibeo Takes Vols Back to the Moon
Aerospace engineering alumnus Camille Calibeo fosters encouragement and positivity for women in STEM and communicates space-related scientific news in an interactive manner.
Alumna Ponds Making Waves in EV Charging World
UT mechanical engineering alumna Sheryl Ponds is founder of Dai Technologies, which is focused on increasing EV charger availability.
Hutchins Pledges More Than $10 Million Planned Gift in Support of Tickle College of Engineering Diversity Programs
Dwight Hutchins is making a place in University of Tennessee, Knoxville, history, thanks to a planned gift of more than $10 million dollars to support the Fred D. Brown Jr. Minority Engineering Scholarship. “I am honored to be able to help the university and support its mission of bringing education and opening new possibilities to […]
Mitul Mistry Launched His Engineering Career with a Dream and a Guitar
Alumnus Mitul Mistry followed his dream‚ literally—and built two guitars as class projects. The lessons he learned helped him launch a career as a mechanical engineer.
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.
Vols Move Forward in Graduate School with GEM Fellowship
The college is proud to announce Terryl Dodson, Clarice Phelps, and Promise Adebayo-Ige have been awarded GEM Fellowships.