Dignitaries and alumni, including Tickle College of Engineering eponym John D. Tickle, were on hand Friday afternoon as UT broke ground for its new engineering facility.
On October 14, 2016, the UT Board of Trustees voted to name the Tickle College of Engineering after John D. Tickle in recognition of his most recent transformative gift to his alma mater.
Hundreds of UT students, faculty, and staff turned out on the plaza between Ferris and Perkins Halls on Thursday, November 3, for a celebration honoring John D. Tickle and the naming of the Tickle College of Engineering. Tickle was presented with tokens of appreciation including thank you notes written by many of the college’s 4,000
The campus community is invited to a public celebration honoring the naming of the Tickle College of Engineering this afternoon at 4 p.m. at the quad between Perkins and Ferris Halls.
The College of Engineering will announce to a select gathering tonight that it is undertaking an ambitious drive to raise $150 million.
How much must one person care about their alma mater for their name to appear in two places? Ask John Tickle.
John D. Tickle—a longtime supporter of UT and a member of the College of Engineering’s board of advisors—is past president of ACMA, met with IACMI and ACMA members.
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
UT alumnus and Strongwell Corp. founder John D. Tickle will help 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 university community is invited to attend. The dedication will take place at 10 a.m. on Friday, October 4 at the John D. Tickle Engineering
The Chattanoogan did a wrap-up of UT’s new facilities including the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center, RecSports Complex, and the John D. Tickle Engineering Building. “If you are a University of Tennessee at Knoxville graduate and have not been to campus in a while, you might think you are in the Emerald City, not Big
Several news outlets including WBIR-TV covered the opening of the new John D. Tickle Engineering Building this fall. Officials gave a tour of the five-story, 110,000-square-foot building which has been under construction for more than two-and-a-half years. It will house the Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Industrial and Systems Engineering.
The Knoxville News Sentinel featured engineering graduate Kyle Scoble, who has served as Messer Construction’s project manager for the $23 million John D. Tickle Engineering Building. Scoble, who earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering in 2006 and 2007, says the opportunity is allowing him to rebuild the future of the program hand-in-hand with