The Tickle College of Engineering held several different summer programs for K-12 students this June and July. These programs, held both remotely and on campus, gave students the opportunity to learn more about engineering.
The Tickle College of Engineering will have a full slate of camps this summer for aspiring young engineers starting with eVOL10 in June.
HITES12 offered rising high school seniors the opportunity to explore UT and get a hands-on introduction to engineering study.
Engaging summer pre-college programs again delivered successful engineering experiences to high school students from across the region in July.
The Office of Engineering Diversity Programs initiated the first ever summer pre-college program in 1997 when it introduced Middle School Introduction to Engineering (MITE). James Pippin, former program director of the office, said the program’s goal was to introduce middle school students to engineering and recruit high school students to the college. Today, the office […]
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 […]