Anahita Khojandi, associate professor in industrial and systems engineering, is the new Heath Faculty Fellow for the Heath Integrated Business and Engineering Program, joining Russell Zaretzki, counterpart Heath Fellow from the Haslam College of Business. The Heath Fellows take a lead role in cultivating connections across the business and engineering colleges. The fellows, like the […]
The US Department of Energy announced support for a PhD student and five faculty with innovative projects to improve nuclear power plant design and safety.
Mechanical engineering student Tony Spezia details his experience during the Switzerland study abroad trip led by Research Professor Klaus Blache.
Tickle Professor Mingzhou Jin has been named the next head of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
ISE and Green Magnet STEM Academy have been outreach partners since 2019, and in 2021, alum Chelsea Hooker and Assistant Professor of Practice Laura Knight expanded this relationship by adding a creative mentoring program for fourth graders.
John Kobza’s decade long tenure as department head oversaw a period of great growth and success for the department.
UT’s Center for Advanced Systems Research and Education teamed with Consolidated Nuclear Security to study and improve workplaces for employers and employees.
As the founder of UT’s championship-winning VEX U team, Grant Kobes forged a Volunteer legacy in robotics, achieving his vision of leaving behind a world-class program focused on STEM outreach and community service.
Heath Faculty Fellow in Business and Engineering Rupy Sawhney has helped forge ties with a university in Uzbekistan.
TCE alumna Tiffany Sithiphone actively supports Women in Engineering at UT as she earns national recognition for her leadership in career and diversity roles.