UT’s National Society of Black Engineers recently took part in the 49th national convention.
NSBE Members Enjoy Taking Part in 49th Annual Convention
UT-Led Coalition Chosen to Compete for Funding Related to Electric Vehicles
A University of Tennessee-led consortium has been chosen to compete for an additional $160 million in federal funding.
Jin Selected as New Industrial and Systems Engineering Department Head
Tickle Professor Mingzhou Jin has been named the next head of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Zeanah Honored with Dougherty Award at Annual TCE Honors Banquet
ISE alum Eric Zeanah Honored with Dougherty Award, the Tickle College of Engineering’s highest honor.
College, Programs Rise in 2024 U.S. News Graduate Rankings
The 2024 U.S. News and World Report graduate school rankings are out, and the Tickle College of Engineering is 31st among publics, 55th overall.
IACMI—The Composites Institute Becomes the First Clean Energy Institute to be Renewed
The US Department of Energy chose IACMI—The Composites Institute for funding renewal, the first Clean Energy Institute to do so.
Office Dedicated in Honor of Conners, Belief in Co-op and Internship Experiences
UT dedicated an office in the Engineering Professional Practice suite in the Zeanah Engineering Complex in honor of Harold Conner and his wife.
Schmitz Elected as Associate Member of CIRP
UT Professor Tony Schmitz has been elected as an associate member of CIRP, a highly selective international academy related to production engineering.
Kalinin Delivers Remarks at Prestigious Conference
UT MSE Professor Sergei Kalinin recently delivered remarks at the prestigious Manuel Cardona Seminar Series in Barcelona.
$1 Million Grant Establishes Gene Haas Machine Tool Research Academy at UT
A $1 million grant from the Gene Haas Foundation in Tony Schmitz’s honor has established the Gene Haas Machine Tool Research Academy at UT.