UT and ORNL are both known for their nuclear engineering prowess, but their relationship is deeper and broader, impacting many areas of the institutions.
Jess Ossyra is a chemical engineering graduate who took her story from the big to Rocky Top, truly embodying the Volunteer Spirit.
Rupy Sawhney, Heath Fellow in Business and Engineering, worked with several federal agencies to setup a series of classes that could be taken in Oak Ridge.
A team of students from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering are working with Fort Sanders Regional Hospital to improve patient care.
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Steve Zinkle along with student researchers from the Tickle College of Engineering are working to power us to Mars.
Grant Rigney, senior in chemical and biomolecular engineering, has recently been named a 2019 Rhodes Scholars.
Timothy Truster, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, is looking at microfractures to solve big issues.
A memorable scene from the 1985 movie Back to the Future shows one of the main characters placing organic garbage […]
Jim Ostrowski has built a career out of using mathematics and advanced computations and theories to find the solution to having too many solutions.