UT’s National Society of Black Engineers recently took part in the 49th national convention.
Kassidy Boone, a mechanical engineering alum, catches up with us to talk about her experience at Frito-Lay and reflect on attending UT.
Student organizers launched GradSWE recently, a new element to the college’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) chapter offering graduate-level community and connection for Engineering Vol women. Their inaugural interest meeting welcomed female graduate engineering students from all departments into the Zeanah Engineering Complex on February 6. The meeting included a light dinner along with introductions, […]
The Engineering Diversity Program in the Tickle College of Engineering has been named in honor of Dwight Hutchins.
Caitlin Moore joins the Tickle College of Engineering February 1 as associate director for the Office of Engineering Diversity Programs (EDP). “We welcome Moore to the new associate director’s role to provide more administrative support in improving outreach and recruitment efforts for historically underrepresented populations,” said Travis Griffin, the Fred D. Brown Jr. Director of […]
Inaugural Women in Engineering (WiE) ConNEXTion Day help students and families to learn about the college’s student-focused approaches to support them.
Jalonda Thompson joined engineering junior Isabel Boyd to present at the 2022 CoNECD conference.
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) recognized Travis Griffin, director of the college’s Engineering Diversity Programs, as its Collegiate Chapter Advocate of the Year in the recent 25th Annual NSBE Golden Torch Awards.
Bredesen Center doctoral student Kendra Allen won two National Society of Black Engineers Golden Torch awards for her work.
Jeremy Kirk has been named the Tickle College of Engineering’s first assistant dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).