Metro Atlanta CEO recently profiled alumna Hala Sura (ISE ’17), who talked about her family’s journey from Kurdistan to the United States.
Lynne Parker, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was named the director of the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office.
UT’s Commission for Women (CFW) is appointed by the chancellor to advise on the planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs, […]
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) honored MSE graduate student Grace Pakeltis with a 2020 SWE Outstanding Collegiate Member award. […]
Two more TCE faculty members have been selected for participation in the IAspire Leadership Academy, part of the national Aspire […]
As alumna Angie Cannon is set to retire from Cannon & Cannon, she turns her focus to encouraging women and minorities to enter STEM and business fields.
Alumna Sonya Baskerville (BS/IE ’89) used her UT engineering background as a foundation for a long and fruitful legal career.
The connections and support alum Melanie Smith received from the office of Engineering Diversity Programs helped her carve out a successful career with TDOT.
Yilu Liu, UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for Power Electronics, was awarded the 2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society Wanda Reder Pioneer in Power Award
Junior Kay Howell earned a $10,000 Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship that will support her pursuit of double majors in industrial engineering and mathematics.