Jessica Boles is someone who leaves a place in better shape than when she arrived. From UT to MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology), she built a legacy of community engagement that resonates for future students. Boles earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees, in 2015 and 2017 respectively, from UT’s Min H. Kao Department of […]
Jessica Boles Creates Paths of Empowerment
Catching up with Kassidy Boone
Kassidy Boone, a mechanical engineering alum, catches up with us to talk about her experience at Frito-Lay and reflect on attending UT.
Office of Engineering Diversity Programs Named for Hutchins
The Engineering Diversity Program in the Tickle College of Engineering has been named in honor of Dwight Hutchins.
Tiffany Sithiphone Shines with the Volunteer Spirit
TCE alumna Tiffany Sithiphone actively supports Women in Engineering at UT as she earns national recognition for her leadership in career and diversity roles.
Gregory Murphy Carries the Volunteer Spirit Throughout Career
Alumnus Gregory Murphy has applied his UT engineering education toward leadership in industry and establishing an impactful professorial career.
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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.
Greene Named 2021 Nathan W. Dougherty Award Winner
Kim Greene, a 1988 UT alumnae, has been named the 2021 Dougherty Award winner, the highest honor given by the Tickle College of Engineering.
Black History Month 2021: Outstanding Alumni
We close our 2021 Black History Month celebration with a salute to some of our outstanding alumni (and one soon-to-be-alumni). These trailblazing scientists and leaders represent the ongoing spirit of Engineering Vols around the world. Click below to learn more about these amazing Engineering Vols. Sonya Baskerville, BS/IE ’89 Travis Bass, BS/IE ’20 Harold Conner, […]
Hollis Applies a Vol Mind to Life-Improving Design
Chad Hollis, VP of CrossRoads Extremity Systems, credits UT for giving him the confidence to navigate his career path without hesitation.
Penumadus Name Scholarship for Inky Johnson to Encourage Perseverance
Dayakar and Marie Penumadu established the Inky Johnson Perseverance Scholarship in recognition of the athlete’s inspirational story of determination.