Hannah Olberding has been selected as the new director of the Tickle College’s Engineering’s Women in Engineering Program. Olberding arrives at UT after spending the last eight years at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tenn., where she worked in various roles, including the last eight months as the Title IX Coordinator and Institutional Compliance officer. […]
UT Women in Engineering Program Director Jalonda Thompson has been named the 2023 Dr. Tanisha L. Jenkins Beacon of Light Award Winner.
More than 100 guests came to the UT campus on March 4 for the Women in Engineering Program’s ConNEXTion Day, an event designed to share opportunities for future students throughout the college.
UT’s Center for Global Engagement co-hosted the Japanese Business Roundtable in March 2023 to build business and professional relationships between the state of Tennessee and Japan. UT faculty members gave lightning talks and roundtable discussions throughout the day and UT students had the opportunity to present their research during a student poster session. Jalonda Thompson, […]
The Society of Women Engineers at the University of Tennessee has partnered with University-Assisted Community Schools to sponsor an engineering club at Pond Gap Elementary School in Knoxville for the past two years.
Jessica Boles is someone who leaves a place in better shape than when she arrived. From UT to MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology), she built a legacy of community engagement that resonates for future students. Boles earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees, in 2015 and 2017 respectively, from UT’s Min H. Kao Department of […]
Middle and high school students from across East Tennessee traveled to Y-12’s IIntroduce a Girl to Engineering Day (IGTE) on February 23.
Angelique Adams, PhD, shared her “Three Pillars to a Dream STEM Career” with engineering students in a specially presented Lunch and Learn hosted by the Tickle College of Engineering (TCE) Women in Engineering Program (WiE). Adams previously led a global R&D leadership career in the aluminum industry. She now brings her expertise to UT as […]
Student organizers launched GradSWE recently, a new element to the college’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) chapter offering graduate-level community and connection for Engineering Vol women. Their inaugural interest meeting welcomed female graduate engineering students from all departments into the Zeanah Engineering Complex on February 6. The meeting included a light dinner along with introductions, […]
UT students took part in a national conference for women in engineering and shared their experiences.