The 2023 Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA), took place on April 25 in UT’s Student Union. Led by Undergraduate Research & Fellowships in the Division of Student Success, 1,179 students showed 868 projects from a wide range of disciplines and methodologies. During a closing awards ceremony on May 4, participating colleges presented […]
Several Engineering Vols from across the college were selected as winners at this years EURēCA Research Conference.
The 2020 Faculty and Staff Awards included winners were announced in April 2020 with plans to celebrate them in the fall.
“Our spring banquet provides an opportunity to recognize students that have chosen to add experience to their education,” said program director Todd Reeves. “We are grateful to Mike Stone for providing the resources for the Stone Leadership program which also provides for the funding of this event.”
Mark Balas received a Lifetime Achievement Award from AIAA for his work in the field of guidance, navigation, and control.
“Earning recognition from within your research focus is always a special feeling,” said Fu, the John D. Tickle Professor of Engineering in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. “It’s validation of your work, your methods, and of the students that have come through your classes and research projects.”
Leslie Benmark was named the recipient of the 2018 Nathan W. Dougherty Award at the college’s Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner.
Seventy six students from the Tickle College of Engineering presented their research and design posters at the 2017 EUReCA Awards in April. This is a record number for the college and an increase over the 46 who participated last year. The judges were quite impressed with the overall quality of the posters presented. The winners are listed below.
Edwin Burdette was honored with the 2017 Dougherty Award from the Tickle College of Engineering at this year’s Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner.
When Hash Hashemian, then a recent nuclear engineering graduate, and then-department head Tom Kerlin co-founded Analysis and Measurement Services in 1977, their main goal was to provide the nuclear energy industry with a reliable source of testing and problem solving. In the years since, AMS has become a globally recognized leader in nuclear energy and […]