Today, UT alumnus and Strongwell Corporation founder John D. Tickle helped dedicate the new engineering building named in his honor—a state-of-the art and much-needed addition to UT’s fastest-growing college. The ceremony also commemorated 175 years of engineering at the university and forty years of diversity programs. John Tickle and his wife, Ann, joined Chancellor Jimmy
This morning the university held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to dedicate the new John D. Tickle Engineering Building. Tickle and his wife, Ann, joined Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek, President John DiPietro, and other officials to celebrate the state-of-the-art building. Check back with Tennessee Today later in the day for more from the festivities.
Got six minutes and forty seconds? That’s all you need to learn about some of the intriguing research happening at UT. Faculty and staff are invited to Mic/Nite on Thursday, October 10, to hear eleven of their peers talk about their work, which ranges from urban forestry to ancient Roman forts. The event will begin
What: Clay Shoot, Delta Zeta’s annual fall philanthropy event, consists of a trap shooting competition. Each team that participates in the event will be allotted five shooters per team. Participants will be asked to sign a waiver but are not required to have a shooting license. When: Preliminaries from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, October 11, and finals from
UT students from the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy will be working with city leaders and campus professors to research and develop recommendations for redesigning “the Strip” along Cumberland Avenue. To help them get started, people who regularly visit “the Strip” are being asked to fill out a short survey.