Betsy Chesnutt, lecturer in Engineering Fundamentals, worked with the Girl Scouts Beaver Creek Service Unit Leadership Team in August 2022 to organize a “Think Like an Engineer” Journey-in-a-Day for Cadette and Senior level girl scouts (grades 6 to 10). Scout leader Nicole Berkheimer contacted the college to connect for the event, and Chesnutt called for […]
SEAMTN hosted its first annual symposium to further its mission to establish the greater Tennessee Valley as the US hub machine tool research, development, and training.
Isabel Boyd, a sophomore in biomedical engineering, enjoys working with counselors on a variety of outreach projects.
The Tickle College of Engineering outreach team had a busy fall. Representatives from units and departments across the college were excited to get back to what they love to do: interacting with K–12 groups in the Knoxville community and beyond. Here is just a sampling of some of the outreach activities completed over the past […]
The Tickle College of Engineering will have a full slate of camps this summer for aspiring young engineers starting with eVOL10 in June.
“Future City was designed as an after-school program, so I was pleased to see that so many whole families showed up to support the student involved in the competition,” she said. “It’s clear that this program is having an impact at the family level.”
In FIRST competitions, high school student robotic teams have to design, program, and build robots capable of performing one of three tasks, then form alliances of three teams to ensure that all three tasks are covered.
The college welcomed more than 1,800 high schoolers to campus for Engineers Day 2018 where they were introduced to engineering at UT.
Andy Sarles, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is using a recent NSF CAREER award to understand how material gain entry into living cells.
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 […]