Lynne Parker and Mark Dean, both former interim deans of the Tickle College of Engineering, are serving as part of a new national task force on AI.
The college has announced an agreement with IBM that includes the award of high-performance computing hardware based on technology used with Summit at ORNL.
Thank you to Mark Dean for serving as Interim Dean of the Tickle College of Engineering.
Glenn Jacobs, Knox County Mayor, proclaimed April 25 “Dr. Mark Dean Day” at the college’s inaugural Senior Design Showcase.
“My son Malachi is a 6-year-old in first grade and was tasked with creating a presentation (in first-person) for Black History Month. He chose his presentation to be about you, Dr. Mark Dean,” wrote Samuel.
“It has been an honor to work with many colleagues in the faculty and staff and with the students I was able to help over the many years I have spent at UT,” Parang said. “I look forward to new and exciting projects during my retirement and expect nothing short of a smooth transition and continued success for the next associate dean in this position.”
Mark Dean, interim dean of the Tickle College of Engineering, was recently featured by The Beaker Life for his accomplishments in computing.
The Office of Engineering Diversity Programs celebrated the 45th Anniversary of the program with a gala luncheon on Friday, November 2.
The groundbreaking for the New Engineering Complex was held on September 28, 2018, with an event hosted on grounds of the new facility.
“United Way’s goal is to help people become self-sustainable by investing in 120 local programs in the areas of health, education, and financial stability,” Hines said. “These visits serve as a reminder of how fortunate we are to be healthy, have good jobs, and have strong support systems in our own lives. I am passionate about this need and personally feel compelled to assist our neighbors who are less fortunate.”