Tickle College of Engineering student Kaylie Richard recounts her study abroad trip to Milan, Italy.
Student Reports: Kaylie Richard in Milan, Italy
Student Reports: Noah Dunlap in Milan, Italy
Tickle College of Engineering student Noah Dunlap recounts his study abroad trip to Milan, Italy.
Caleb Moon: Student Report from 2019 Alternative Summer Break to Thailand
Tickle College of Engineering student Caleb Moon participated in the Global Initiatives’ 2019 Alternative Summer Break in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Frymier to serve as Interim Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
Paul Frymier, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, was appointed the Interim Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs.
Three Incoming Students Named Haslam Scholars
Three incoming college freshmen named as members of the University of Tennessee’s Class of Haslam Scholars.
CAREER Recognition: Five from Tickle College of Engineering Earn Award
“In simplest terms, that means that more than one-fourth of our assistant professors have been signaled out for this highly thought of award in just the last three years,” said Wayne Davis, dean of the college. “It’s a good reflection on the work our departments are doing and that our faculty has grown by quality as well as quantity.”
American Association for the Advancement of Science Honors Khomami
The American Association for the Advancement of Science has named UT’s Bamin Khomami, the head of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, as a 2018 Fellow. Bamin Khomami Khomami, who also serves as the Granger and Beaman Distinguished University Professor and director of the Sustainable Energy Education and Research Center, was chosen for his […]
Chemical Engineering Professor Takes Aim at Diseases
“In an age when pathogens can be a weapon, having a rapid response is absolutely vital,” said Trinh. “Our goal is to be able to identify and target such threats within weeks rather than years, while at the same time not harming the host.”
Featured Student: Hannah Woo
Woo’s interest in environmental engineering and science was originally sparked by curiosity about the bioremediation of radioactive waste.
Zawodzinski Keeps Focus on Research Amid Mounting Honors
The Zawodzinski Group in UT’s College of Engineering has established itself as a prominent player for research into and development of electrochemical energy systems.