We close our 2021 Black History Month celebration with a salute to some of our outstanding alumni (and one soon-to-be-alumni). […]
John Hoffschneider maintains many different responsibilities in his job as coordinator for the college’s office of Diversity Programs. “My main […]
UT’s Commission for Women (CFW) is appointed by the chancellor to advise on the planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs, […]
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.
Junior Kay Howell earned a $10,000 Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship that will support her pursuit of double majors in industrial engineering and mathematics.
Industrial engineering graduate student Rodney Kizito’s dedication and enthusiasm make him a great ambassador for the department and the college.
The Tickle College of Engineering will have a full slate of camps this summer for aspiring young engineers starting with eVOL10 in June.