Office of Engineering Diversity Programs Named for Hutchins
The Engineering Diversity Program in the Tickle College of Engineering has been named in honor of Dwight Hutchins.
AT&T 5G Lab Dedicated at UT
AT&T is opening a lab dedicated to 5G technology that will allow UT and the Tickle College of Engineering to explore the boundaries of the technology.
Zeanah Complex Hosts Future City Competition
LDA Engineering sponsored the Knoxville Regional of the Future City competition, held in the Zeanah Engineering Complex.
UT Students Enjoy Opportunity to Take Part in National Women in Engineering Conference
UT students took part in a national conference for women in engineering and shared their experiences.
Alumni Profile: MacKinzie Washington Soars at Boeing
MacKinzie Washington, who received her undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering in 2015 and is an accomplished engineer and employee of Boeing, was recently named to UT’s 2023 40 Volunteers Under 40. Here, Washington reflects on her experiences at UT.
College Still Solid in U.S. News Online Rankings
The Tickle College of Engineering is 29th amongst public universities and 37th overall in the 2023 U.S. News and World Report online master’s rankings.
Women in Engineering ‘Welcome You’ Event Serves as Gateway for First-Year Students
Women in Engineering had a welcome back event for first-year students called “Welcome You.”
Moore Named Associate Director for Engineering Diversity Programs
Caitlin Moore joins the Tickle College of Engineering February 1 as associate director for the Office of Engineering Diversity Programs (EDP). “We welcome Moore to the new associate director’s role…
Penumadu, Schmitz, Heaslip Make Appearances on Science Minute with Hallerin Hilton Hill
Dayakar Penumadu, Tony Schmitz, and Kevin Heaslip appeared on three separate episodes of Science Minute with Hallerin Hilton Hill.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers National Convention 2023
This was the largest group from the University of Tennessee to attend the national convention in the history of the organization. Each chapter member’s experience was enriched by attending inspiring workshops by some of most accomplished Hispanic engineers in the industry.
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