MABE Junior Seth Jenkins details his experience and lessons learned during the six week excursion that is the Engineering in London study abroad program.
The impact of this collaboration was recognized and praised by judges at the 2018 Vex Robotics World Championship. At this event, Team YNOT received the prestigious Community Award, presented to the university-level team that demonstrated the most meaningful leadership and influence toward promoting STEM education in their local community.
Traveling in Europe, Africa, and Asia was a rewarding cultural experience which led to the simple realization that diversity and the cultural nuances are the jewels that make the world beautiful and worth visiting.
Twin siblings Taylor and Tyler Patterson, both mechanical engineering majors, are roaring off after their final exams for a summer internship with BK Racing, a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team. “They field the number 83 and 23 Cup cars,” said Taylor Patterson. “We will be working in teardown. This means that when the cars […]
Stephanie TerMaath, an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering (MABE), may be a relatively new faculty member, but she has already made a remarkable impact during her years at the UT Tickle College of Engineering. TerMaath recently received a $510,000 research grant from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Young […]