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Engineering Vols Present Research During Japanese Business Roundtable

UT’s Center for Global Engagement co-hosted the Japanese Business Roundtable in March 2023 to build business and professional relationships between the state of Tennessee and Japan. UT faculty members gave lightning talks and roundtable discussions throughout the day and UT students had the opportunity to present their research during a student poster session. Jalonda Thompson, […]

GradSWE Expands Community for Grad-Level Women in Engineering

Student organizers launched GradSWE recently, a new element to the college’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) chapter offering graduate-level community and connection for Engineering Vol women. Their inaugural interest meeting welcomed female graduate engineering students from all departments into the Zeanah Engineering Complex on February 6. The meeting included a light dinner along with introductions, […]

Engineering Vols Bring Home Top Awards from National SWE Conference

The TCE chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) earned awards and recognition at the 2021 SWE National Conference, held October 21–23 in Indianapolis. Twenty-three UT SWE members attended, with their trip sponsored by the college as part of TCE’s commitment to supporting and recruiting women in engineering.

Kilic to Represent UT Engineering in Multiple Programs

Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs Ozlem Kilic has been chosen for two new exciting professional opportunities. She will represent UT in an upcoming Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) Institute and on the International Union of Radio Science US National Committee

New Vols Engage at 2021 WomEngineers Welcome Dinner

“It was really awesome being able to see what clubs and organizations are available to help me out and to learn more about all the different activities in the TCE,” said first-year computer science major Jules Prater, who shared a table with Bigelow, Associate Dean Kilic, and Dean Mench. “The dinner helped me to meet new people outside my discipline and first-year classes and gain a bigger picture of the college of engineering.”