AT&T is opening a lab dedicated to 5G technology that will allow UT and the Tickle College of Engineering to explore the boundaries of the technology.
At Engineers Day 2022, more than 1,300 high school students gathered at Tickle College to compete in engineering games and learn about engineering professions.
SEAMTN hosted its first annual symposium to further its mission to establish the greater Tennessee Valley as the US hub machine tool research, development, and training.
Professor Emeritus Lee Martin honored with 2022 Dougherty Award, the highest honor an alumni can receive.
Aerospace engineering alumnus Camille Calibeo fosters encouragement and positivity for women in STEM and communicates space-related scientific news in an interactive manner.
The Tickle College of Engineering’s annual spring engineering expo will be at the Student Union on March 1, instead of Thompson-Boling as in past years
Michael Allen won the staff chili cook-off, organized by the TCE Staff Advisory Council in celebration of Homecoming week.
The TCE community gathered on November 1 at the engineering courtyard for spirited seasonal competition as Boo in the Courtyard, the college’s annual costume contest, returned to campus. The event doubled as a collection day for items donated to the Chancellor’s Day of Service.
“We were very happy to be able to host in-person events once again, and to showcase what is possible through engineering and at the Tickle College of Engineering at UT,” said Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs Ozlem Kilic, whose office helps put together the event.
“It was really awesome being able to see what clubs and organizations are available to help me out and to learn more about all the different activities in the TCE,” said first-year computer science major Jules Prater, who shared a table with Bigelow, Associate Dean Kilic, and Dean Mench. “The dinner helped me to meet new people outside my discipline and first-year classes and gain a bigger picture of the college of engineering.”