Stephanie TerMaath is leading a research team making promising strides in the treatment of hydrocephalus by engineering a new device.
The group is working as part of the Naval Engineering Education Consortium, which is designed to provide students research funding for relevant research at academic institutions and provides opportunities for students to participate in hands-on research.
Through WiSTAR3, women in graduate programs in STEM fields can network, participate in events, and take part in professional development opportunities at UT.
A team led by Tickle College of Engineering Assistant Professor James Coder could soon reshape flight right down to the very look of aircraft.
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 […]