UT nuclear engineering professor and Governor’s Chair Steve Zinkle has been awarded the Seaborg Medal by the American Nuclear Society.
During his Interdisciplinary Senior Design project, BME major Caleb Noe discovered a love for nuclear engineering that changed his career path.
“Engineering is a deeply creative discipline,” said Maginn. “There’s no limit, no playbook for what you can use your degree for. Having an engineering degree is more like a blank check—you can create your own career.”
Tickle College of Engineering student Luke Seifert recounts his study abroad trip to Prague.
Tickle College of Engineering student Konnor Porter recounts his study abroad trip to Milan, Italy.
Undergraduate and graduate MSE students delivered strong performances at the 2019 TMS Annual Meeting, March 10–14 in San Antonio, Texas. The Bladesmithing team’s “Volsung” blade received a special citation for beauty. The team made a great video of their project, viewable above.
“This occasion gives each of us an opportunity to reflect on the life of Dr. King and to emulate his work to make our community a place to be proud of,” said Burks-Jelks. “Each of us can make a difference, one person at a time.”
Howard Hall, UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair and director of Institute for Nuclear Security, addresses some of the topics that will be important in the recent summit between the United States and North Korea.
UT’s Eric O’Quinn, a graduate student in nuclear engineering, has been chosen by the Department of Energy’s Office of Science for enrollment in its graduate student research program. The award goes to students identified as having research in areas that the Office of Science deems critical for the nation and provides them research opportunities in […]
“This building is the latest sign of both our growth and our university’s commitment to providing the best experience possible for our students,” said Dean Wayne Davis. “We will be able to enhance the educational journey of our honors students and our freshmen, and we will finally be able to have our nuclear engineering department be in a building worthy of their nationally recognized status.”