Category Archives: Above Grade Blog
UT ASCE Chapter Raises Funds through Volstarter
Harrison Ooi, 2018-19 fundraising chair for the student chapter of the UT student chapter of the ASCE, writes about the chapter’s Volstarter.
CEE Senior Design Team Breathes Life into Gatlinburg Glades Greenway Project
Blog post by Kyle McMullen about his experience as a member of the Senior Design team working on the Gatlinburg Glades Greenway project.
The 2019 ASCE Southeast Student Conference Roundup
Blog post by Daniel Ramirez, president of UT’s ASCE Student Chapter, about hosting the 2019 ASCE Southeast Student Conference.
Jurek’s Alternative Spring Break in Ecuador
For the CEE Above Grade blog, Samantha Jurek writes about her experience in the 2019 alternative spring break trip to Ecuador.
Love and Sustainability in Shanghai
Department of Civil Engineering student Matthew Lyons tells about his unique study abroad experience in China.
CE 481 Creates Preliminary Designs for CEC’s project with the Knoxville Zoo for the Elephant Exhibit
Students partner with CEC to design new water and wastewater treatment processes for the Knoxville Zoo’s elephant exhibit.
Senior Design Showcases Hands-On Community Engagement
The CE400 capstone Senior Design course provides a comprehensive, team-oriented design experience in which students apply their acquired knowledge and skills toward […]
UTK ASCE Student Chapter Brings Home 7th Place Overall in Student Conference
Congratulations to this year’s UTK ASCE Student Chapter for earning a respectable 7th place overall out of 26 schools competing […]
CEE Student Uses Civil Engineering to Test Hockey Sticks
I personally am doing a project with a fellow teammate on the hockey team to determine the best type of hockey sticks to purchase. What do hockey and civil engineering have in common?
Kristen Wyckoff’s Summer Studies in Beijing
After spending a summer in Beijing, China, as an EAPSI Fellow (East Asia Pacific Summer Institute), I can easily say it was one of the best and most productive summers I have ever had.