UTSI researchers have received funding from the United States Space Force to advance their micro-propulsion powered satellites.
Satellites Get a Boost
Schmisseur Named New UT Space Institute Director
John Schmisseur has been named the new executive director for the University of Tennessee Space Institute beginning on August 1.
DoD Grant Takes Collaboration Between UT Institutions, 4-H to the Next Level
Several University of Tennessee Institutions are working through the Office of Navy Research to provide STEM opportunities to K-12 students via 4-H.
Staff Spotlight: Brittney VanDeventer Joins Web Design Team
Brittney VanDeventer joined the college’s communications team as a web designer and developer
UTSI Chosen as Part of Key Department of Defense Hypersonics Push
UTSI has been chosen as part of the Department of Defense’s research to increase the speed at which hypersonic-related technology is developed.
UTSI Tackling Aircraft Icing Thanks to NASA Simulator Donation
The University of Tennessee Space Institute is researching the effects of icing on flight travel with the help of a NASA simulator donation.
Former Astronaut Kelly Honored as Distinguished Alumnus
Scott Kelly, astronaut for NASA and alumnus of the UT Space Institute, was recently honored by UT Alumni Foundation with Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Double Honors for UTSI’s Space and Defense Programs Director
Chris Crumbly, Senior Director for Space and Defense Programs at UTSI, recently received two awards from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Aviation.
Alumnus Sam Dougherty Gives Insight to Apollo Program
Alumnus Sam Dougherty shares insider’s view of the Apollo space program research and testing performed at AEDC.
UTRF Inventor Spotlight: Zhili Zhang Sets Laser to Hypersonic
Zhili Zhang, professor in mechanical, aerospace, and biomedical engineering, is currently work with UTRF to patent new optical imaging technology.