Four of our undergraduate students describe their experience as engineering students at the University of Tennessee and discuss the resources and opportunities available at the Tickle College of Engineering.
Two of our undergraduate students, Andrew and Lauren, take you on a 360-degree tour of the Tickle College of Engineering’s freshmen Engineering Fundamentals lab spaces in Perkins Hall.
Join two of our biomedical engineering students Ifedayo and Jenna on a 360-degree tour of the Syndaver Lab in Dougherty Hal. The lab was the first ever for a US biomedical engineering program!
Join students Leah and Lauren for a 360-degree tour of the High Bay Lab—part of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the John D. Tickle Building at the University of Tennessee.
Lauren Meffe and Leah Stephens, students in civil and environmental engineering, lead you on a tour of UT’s Hydraulics Lab. Inside the lab, they demonstrate the use of an open channel flume, a seepage box, and a centrifugal pump.
Follow along with UT nuclear engineering student (and first-year teaching assistant) Sarah Davis as she explores the differences between first-year lecture and lab engineering classes and lays down some “real talk” about how first-year engineering students can make the most of their time and succeed.
Get to know Frenando as he goes about his day on the last day of classes in the fall of 2017. Frenando is an Industrial & Systems Engineering student in the college. He’s also a member of UT’s NSBE chapter, the National Society of Black Engineers.
UT’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) section member Sam Golter talks about the benefits of being a member of SWE with other SWE members at an end-of-semester study day in the John C. Hodges Library.
Abby Link, ambassador for the Office of Engineering Professional Practice, describes what it’s like to be a part of co-op in the college and talks to Cassandra Finney and Hailee Smith about their experiences with the program.
Pursuing career opportunities, pursuing scholarly knowledge, and pursuing answers to interesting questions—that’s what undergraduates do when they engage in research and creative achievement.