Inaugural Women in Engineering (WiE) ConNEXTion Day help students and families to learn about the college’s student-focused approaches to support them.
ConNEXTion Day Welcomes Incoming Women Engineers
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.
Alumna Ponds Making Waves in EV Charging World
UT mechanical engineering alumna Sheryl Ponds is founder of Dai Technologies, which is focused on increasing EV charger availability.
TCE Women in Engineering Represented at CoNECD Conference
Jalonda Thompson joined engineering junior Isabel Boyd to present at the 2022 CoNECD conference.
Amanda Middleton Joins TCE Team as Special Programs Coordinator
Amanda Middleton is the college’s new Special Programs Coordinator, starting April 1.
Kilic Chosen to Represent UT at June HERS Institute
Ozlem Kilic, associate dean for academic and student affairs, will attend the 2022 Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) Leadership Institute’s program.
Staff Spotlight: Brittney VanDeventer Joins Web Design Team
Brittney VanDeventer joined the college’s communications team as a web designer and developer
TCE Outreach Wraps Busy Fall Semester
The Tickle College of Engineering outreach team had a busy fall. Representatives from units and departments across the college were excited to get back to what they love to do: interacting with K–12 groups in the Knoxville community and beyond. Here is just a sampling of some of the outreach activities completed over the past […]
Tau Beta Pi Celebrates Return of In-Person Initiation Banquet
Eastman Chemical Company sponsored the event. TCE alumnus and TBP member Mark Cox, Sr., was the event speaker. He is Eastman’s VP, Chief Manufacturing and Engineering Office.
Lorna Treffert Shares Success with Engineering Education Certificate
While initially I had no interest in teaching, I grew to love working with students individually and developing fun and interesting ways to present course material to my classes. While my engineering research was challenging and interesting, teaching allowed me to see the positive impact of my efforts in real time. When I saw that Engineering Fundamentals was offering an entire series of courses about STEM education, I jumped at the chance.