UT students have worked in collaboration with Clayton Homes to improve the workforce production of their employees while also reducing their overall stress at one of the company’s facilities.
Joel Seligstein, alumnus and member of the college’s Board of Advisors, spoke to WBIR about how COVID-19 is affecting his training for the Winter Olympics.
The Tennessean recognized the advocates, survivors, lawmakers and law enforcement officials who worked to make the Natchez Trace Bridge safer as its […]
The interconnected global economy means that what happens in one area can have a profound effect elsewhere, affecting such important […]
Members of Service Learning and Outreach with 3D-Printers for Engineers (SLOPE) handed out over 120 3D-printed coins to veterans returning […]
Sam Dougherty shared an insider’s view of the Apollo space program research and testing performed at Arnold Engineering Development Complex […]
Three Department of Nuclear Engineering faculty members recently received funding from the US DoE’s Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP), which […]
The first donation box designed by a Tickle College of Engineering Senior Design team has been installed in the Great […]
The ASC19 Student Supercomputer Challenge finals came to a close at Dalian University of Technology. It is the world’s largest […]
Because air pollution isn’t as visible as littering or water pollution, it can become a secondary thought, according to Joshua […]