Veerle Keppens is leading a project that will help UT recruit and retain women faculty in science, engineering, and technology fields and make life and work better for all UT employees.
Lynne Parker is stepping down as interim dean of the Tickle College of Engineering to serve as assistant director for artificial intelligence for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
With work underway on the new engineering complex east of Neyland Stadium, pedestrians will find detours to guide them around the site.
Two faculty members in the Tickle College of Engineering have received Early Career Awards from the Department of Energy for their work in nuclear fusion and structural materials for nuclear energies, respectively.
A new device under development by a nuclear engineering professor will allow doctors to dispense accurate dosages of a drug made with actinium-225.
When the US Department of Energy unveiled its newest supercomputer, Summit, at Oak Ridge National Laboratory it once again gave the country the world’s fastest computer, taking that honor back from China.
The Integrated Business and Engineering Program will now carry the name of the man who played an instrumental role in its creation.
Interim Provost John Zomchick has announced that the search for the next dean of the Tickle College of Engineering has been suspended and will resume in the fall.
Howard Hall, the joint UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for Global Nuclear Security, addressed some of the topics of interest between the United States and North Korea.
Edwin G. Burdette, beloved professor emeritus in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, passed away Friday, May 18. Burdette was a true teacher, having served UT for more than 50 years.
Three UT professors were honored Friday when state Representative Eddie Smith presented each of them with a resolution commending them for recent achievements.
A faculty-directed summer program in Italy for UT engineering students has been named a finalist for a national award.