University of Tennessee Knoxville graduate students Alexandra “Ali” Boggs and Kwaku Boakye were named 2017 Traffic Safety Scholars (TSS) and received an award of a $1,000 scholarship at the 35th annual National Lifesavers Conference on Highway Safety Priorities, held in Charlotte, North Carolina, from March 25-28.
Within the past year, the ITE Student Chapter has provided varied opportunities to its members through professional, social, educational and community-service activities.
This year, the team at UT placed 4th overall in the ASCE Southeastern Student Conference.
On March 16-18, the UT ASCE Student Chapter traveled to Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton to compete in the […]
CEE doctoral student Christian Mooneyham won the prestigious NASA Space Grant Institute scholarship to study crater formation on Mars. How […]
CEE graduate student Kristen Wyckoff is one of twelve other UT students to move to the final round of competition […]
The American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter from the Tickle College of Engineering is launching a VOLstarter in March 2017 to help offset our annual conference cost.
ASCE’s purpose and goal as a student chapter is to foster a sense of community and provide leadership opportunities for students in Civil engineering.
CEE’s Traffic Bowl Team took home first place in the Tennessee Section Institute of Transportation Engineers (TSITE) Traffic Bowl Competition. […]
On January 21, middle-schoolers from across the state converged at UT to participate in the 25th Anniversary Future City Competition […]