The growing partnership between the College of Engineering and Eastman became a working arrangement last week—literally. A team of engineers from Eastman came from Kingsport to help install equipment and experiments in the Eastman Unit Ops Laboratory in the Nathan W. Dougherty Engineering Building.
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Engineers Day is set for Thursday with a full day of events at Thompson-Boling Arena and around the Hill, particularly on Middle Drive.
According to the News Sentinel, fiberglass pool manufacturer Leisure Pools plans to increase its Knoxville work force to 1,000 in the next decade. Part of their growth will come from composite materials manufacturing, which is crucial for the UT-led Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation.
UT prepared Joel Seligstein for success in Silicon Valley, and now the 2006 alumnus has given back to his alma mater.
Systers: Women in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is turning its attention to high school students in Knox County with its Little Systers event, carried out with the help of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ East Tennessee group.
Rachel McCord, a lecturer in the college’s Engineering Fundamentals Division, was selected to attend the NAE’s seventh Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) symposium in Irvine, California, October 25–28.
The American Nuclear Society has honored alumnus and adjunct professor Hash Hashemian with one of its highest awards, selecting his team as the Robert L. Long Training Excellence winner for 2015.
The College of Engineering will announce to a select gathering tonight that it is undertaking an ambitious drive to raise $150 million.
The accolades continue to roll in for Andrea Rocha, a postdoctoral research fellow on the team of UT-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair Terry Hazen.
IACMI serves as one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s highlight points for clean innovation.