Metro Atlanta CEO recently profiled alumna Hala Sura (ISE ’17), who talked about her family’s journey from Kurdistan to the United States.
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.
Chad Hollis, VP of CrossRoads Extremity Systems, credits UT for giving him the confidence to navigate his career path without hesitation.
When he heard former UT Knoxville football player Inquoris “Inky” Johnson speak during Homecoming of 2018, professor Dayakar Penumadu saw […]
UT graduate and NASA astronaut Barry Wilmore is bringing Engineering Vols back to space in 2021.
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.