Women in Engineering had a welcome back event for first-year students called “Welcome You.”
Women in Engineering ‘Welcome You’ Event Serves as Gateway for First-Year Students
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers National Convention 2023
This was the largest group from the University of Tennessee to attend the national convention in the history of the organization. Each chapter member’s experience was enriched by attending inspiring workshops by some of most accomplished Hispanic engineers in the industry.
TLSAMP Boosts Grad School Plans for Engineering Vols
Participating students from the University of Tennessee Tickle College of Engineering represent multiple fields of study as they prepare to take their education to the next level. TLSAMP has given these students chances to attend research conferences, participate in the GEM program, benefit from the GRE prep program, and undertake undergraduate research.
NSBE Chapter Enjoys Regionals, Wins Fourth Straight Academic Tech Bowl
UT’s NSBE chapter won the academic tech bowl regional for the fourth straight year and will compete at the national convention.
Schmitz Article on Workforce Development in The Conversation Gains Wide Coverage
UT MABE Professor Tony Schmitz addressed the need for the US to boost its skilled manufacturing workforce, particularly to meet national security demands.
Advincula Named Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Rigoberto Advincula has been named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
American Nuclear Society Honors Zinkle with Seaborg Medal
UT nuclear engineering professor and Governor’s Chair Steve Zinkle has been awarded the Seaborg Medal by the American Nuclear Society.
Engineering Vols Clinch Inaugural SEC Machining Competition
A team of students from the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering (MABE) helped UT take first place in the inaugural SEC Machining Competition at UT’s new Manufacturing and Design Enterprise in Hardin Valley on Friday. The event was the brainchild of MABE Professor Tony Schmitz, who was inspired to create a machining competition […]
Jimmy V Foundation to Highlight Pair of Cancer-Fighting Research Projects by Barker, Chaple
UT assistant professors Libby Barker and Ivis Chaple will have their individual cancer-related research featured on ESPN during an upcoming Lady Vols game.
Several From College Make Stanford List of Top 2 Percent Cited in World
The college had 75 current or former researchers make Stanford University’s list of the top 2 percent most cited in the world.