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 […]
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) chapter at UT won their third consecutive Academic Tech Bowl in the fall of 2021.
I was awarded the NSF Career Award at the beginning of the year, and I planned through this award to work with Hispanic students. I started to work with Lenoir City High School as there is a high percentage of Hispanic students here.
“I am humbled and thankful for this recognition,” said Griffin. “I extend special thanks to Multicultural Student Life for building collaborations with TCE, it past support of faculty/staff, and service to our students.”
The college’s Office of Engineering Diversity Programs collaborated with the Her Majesty Design firm and the Earth’s Core rock and bead retailer for bead-making activities that introduce women in high school and college students to the creative, interdisciplinary, and helping aspects of engineering.
EVOL10 began the July 14–19 week with an orientation kick-off that included ice breaker games and a practice version of the ACT math section.
HITES12 offered rising high school seniors the opportunity to explore UT and get a hands-on introduction to engineering study.
Engaging summer pre-college programs again delivered successful engineering experiences to high school students from across the region in July.
The Tickle College of Engineering, college departments, and research centers are preparing to host several summer camps for hundreds of students.
Amy Biegalski is a lecturer in the engage Engineering Fundamentals (EF) Program.