A recently formed club at UT has provided students with an outlet to bring their ideas to life via a mix of traditional and cutting-edge manufacturing methods.
A new program designed to help Tennessee’s community college students better navigate the transition to UT has gained $1 million in NSF support.
The green fee, officially known as the Student Environmental Initiatives Fee, was established in 2005 by the Student Government Association to create a fund for environmental projects on campus. These projects contribute to the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and bring down year-over-year utility costs.
A team of engineering students has been selected to participate in NASA’s Student Launch project.
Jamie Coble has been named the Tickle College of Engineering’s first Southern Company Faculty Fellow.
Two UT faculty members have earned the distinction of being among the most cited researchers in the world, according to Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thompson Reuters.
Dramatic decreases in Appalachian coal production over the past decade have put many regional industries at risk for economic decline.
UT will soon begin construction on a $129 million, 228,000-square-foot building that will provide state-of-the-art research and classroom facilities for engineering students and faculty.
A team of researchers has opened up new pathways to 3D print short-fiber-reinforced materials with precisely controlled fiber arrangements.
The UT Makers Club is creating prosthetics through 3D printing.
Applications are now being accepted in the search for the next dean.
A better understanding of water molecules could pave the way for new technology.