Several members of the Tickle College of Engineering including faculty and students from multiple departments were recognized during UT’s 2023 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet.
JeNai Davis joined the college as an academic advisor for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) in early 2021. She helps CEE students with course planning and helps address their concerns about academic support and scheduling.
“I want to help them explore their strengths, interests, and values so they can effectively identify curricular and co-curricular opportunities that are relevant to their immediate and long-term professional goals,” he said.
Lisa Smith is Administrative Specialist I with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Tickle College of Engineering student Colby Gilbert participated in the Global Initiatives’ 2019 Alternative Summer Break in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
For women in higher education, talking about career advancement and ambitions can be taboo. This session offered a safe forum for women attendees to discuss aspirations, skill sets and experiences, and how these things fit within (or outside of) their respective organizations.
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“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.”
Hazen said that studying the gene markers of microbes gives a broader picture of what’s in play in impacted water zones and helping the team develop predictive modeling to avert future problems.
“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.”