A team of researchers in the Tickle College of Engineering are aiding current and future nuclear plants.
The Zeanah Engineering Complex opened for classes for the first time on August 18, 2021.
Matthew Schwartz has earned a reputation—and several speaking awards—as a great speaker and presenter during his time at the University of Tennessee Space Institute. Earlier this month, the graduate research assistant won first place during the AIAA International Student Competition at the annual AIAA Sci-Tech Convention in San Diego, California. This was a follow-up competition […]
One time when I was younger, I tasted a drop of peppermint extract. Tasting the peppermint extract was similar to being greeted by the villagers. I was very surprised and a little uncomfortable, but in the end, I understood I was experiencing true essence, whether it was peppermint or India.
The showcase allows the students to show off the team projects they have worked hard on all year. Students presented 43 projects on display this year.
The video-game themed competition had each team operating three robots per round in a race against the clock and their opponents. Excitement was in the air as teams and robots tested their limits and the fans cheered on.
“SWE has provided me with the tools to develop my leadership skills and networking abilities, which have led to two internships and employment after graduation.”
Faculty and staff of the Department of Nuclear Engineering moved their offices to the Engineering and Science Annex, 1412 Circle Drive. The department will operate from there until completion of the new engineering building.
Other team designs included structures such as “Silent Night, Jedi Knight,” “Dance the Horah for our CANorah,” and “Miracle on Gay Street.”
“We got to meet with diplomats, politicians, managers from agencies, officials from non-governmental organizations—really a wide range of backgrounds,” said Ajinjeru. “It was inspiring to see women getting together to tackle policies that impact the world.”