Shuai Li is leading UT research on the FAIR4WISE NSF grant, which will make teleoperations more inclusive to women and help diversify the construction industry.
“FAIRER” Tech for a “WISER” System
UT a Core Member of New NSF Research Center for Advanced Manufacturing
UT’s expertise in advanced manufacturing and workforce development is a key component.
UT Research Group Part of $5.6M Effort to Diversify Data Access for Science and Society
UT Professor Michela Taufer is part of a new NSF-backed research initiative being led by the University of Utah that hopes to diversify science.
Engineering Vols Earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Tickle College of Engineering students Jackson Spurling and Erica Waters earned prestigious 2021 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
UT to Help Study Transit, Bike Sharing, and E-scooter Sharing in Nashville and Portland during Pandemic
UT researchers are working with colleagues in Portland to map transit, bike sharing, and e-scooter sharing during the current pandemic.
President Trump Nominates UT-ORNL Expert Babu for National Science Board
Suresh Babu, UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for Advanced Manufacturing, has been selected by the White House to serve on the National Science Board.
Four from College Earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Four students from the Tickle College of Engineering have been selected to receive a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
McFarlane Named ADVANCE Professor, Giving Faculty Candidates Independent View
I am pleased to be taking on this new responsibility and in helping faculty candidates gain a better understanding of what is going on here in the college and at UT.
Looking Small to Solve Bigger Issues
Tim Truster, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, was selected by the NSF for an Early CAREER Award.
Abel Becomes College’s Sixth NSF CAREER Award Winner of 2018
Steve Abel, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, was selected by the NSF for an Early CAREER Award.