Tasimba Jonga, chemical engineering major, graduates as a 2022 Torchbearer and moves on to graduate studies in management science and engineering as a Knight-Hennessy Scholar at Stanford University.
Coast-to-Coast Awards for Tasimba Jonga: Torchbearer and Knight-Hennessy Scholar
Engineering Vols Find Success at 2022 EURēCA
Students in TCE were selected for recognition at this year’s EURēCA.
Engineering Vols Receive Volunteer of Distinction Awards
Forty-eight graduating seniors and graduate students in the Tickle College of Engineering are recipients of a 2022 Volunteer of Distinction award in recognition of their academic achievements.
ConNEXTion Day Welcomes Incoming Women Engineers
Inaugural Women in Engineering (WiE) ConNEXTion Day help students and families to learn about the college’s student-focused approaches to support them.
Isabel Boyd Builds Impact Every Step of the Way
Isabel Boyd, a sophomore in biomedical engineering, enjoys working with counselors on a variety of outreach projects.
ZEC Gives Engineering Fundamentals Room to Flex
Classrooms in the Zeanah Engineering Complex are designed for students to experience Engineering Vol collaboration and problem solving from their first day.
Allen Wins Two NSBE Golden Torch Awards, Including Graduate Student of the Year
Bredesen Center doctoral student Kendra Allen won two National Society of Black Engineers Golden Torch awards for her work.
Skutnik Set to Direct TCE’s Student Success Efforts
Anne Skutnik is the college’s first director in the Office of Student Success, focused on the pathways that students take to get to engineering, and how we can help them on their journey.
Mitul Mistry Launched His Engineering Career with a Dream and a Guitar
Alumnus Mitul Mistry followed his dream‚ literally—and built two guitars as class projects. The lessons he learned helped him launch a career as a mechanical engineer.
Mason Phillips Continues Guitar Tradition in ICS
“I have a passion for music and working with my hands, so building instruments seemed like a logical next step,” said Phillips.