The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) recognized Travis Griffin, director of the college’s Engineering Diversity Programs, as its Collegiate Chapter Advocate of the Year in the recent 25th Annual NSBE Golden Torch Awards.
“I am humbled and thankful for this recognition,” said Griffin. “I extend special thanks to Multicultural Student Life for building collaborations with TCE, it past support of faculty/staff, and service to our students.”
“Our team kept its composure and made an amazing comeback at the end,” said Shannon Sharp, also a sophomore in mechanical engineering. “When they announced that we had won, we went crazy and celebrated ecstatically for UT’s win.”
The Office of Engineering Diversity Programs celebrated the 45th Anniversary of the program with a gala luncheon on Friday, November 2.
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 […]