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 to provide more administrative support in improving outreach and recruitment efforts for historically underrepresented populations,” said Travis Griffin, the Fred D. Brown Jr. Director of […]
Harold T. Conner, PhD, has won the prestigious 2022 Management Division Award presented by the American Institute for Chemical Engineers (AIChE).
I was awarded the NSF Career Award at the beginning of the year, and I planned through this award to work with Hispanic students. I started to work with Lenoir City High School as there is a high percentage of Hispanic students here.
The Tickle College of Engineering enjoyed a strong presence at the 2021 Aspire Summer Institute for STEM Faculty and Faculty Developers, held June 7–11 via online sessions. Associate Dean Ozlem Kilic and Associate Professor Jamie Coble presented on a planned mentoring program that would offer support for women in PhD studies who are interested in pursuing faculty positions and more.
Engineering Vols saw success at the NSBE regional conference, at iGEM, and with their academic studies.
The Tickle College of Engineering will play host to more than 100 high school students over the next few weeks through its annual EVol and HITES camps with participants coming from high schools across the nation. The camps, which began in 1997, introduce younger students to broader aspects of college life, while providing upperclassmen a […]