Four projects that include CEE faculty were awarded funding from UT’s One Health Initiative, a seed grant competition intended to create transdisciplinary synergies on campus.
Jimmy Albert, Josue Garduno, Will Huettner, and Nick Cheney won best overall project at the fall Senior Design Showcase for their project redesigning a section of Alcoa Highway.
A senior design team created a plan for mitigating erosion at a recreational landing currently covered in riprap at UT Research Park at Cherokee Farm.
As COVID-19 spread to Tennessee, CEE joined UT in prioritizing human health to work remotely in quarantine. Like many disciplines, […]
Academic and administrative colleagues of the Tickle College of Engineering show appreciation for each other every day as a matter […]
The Tennessean recognized the advocates, survivors, lawmakers, and law enforcement officials who are working to make the Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge […]
The restoration of the historic Baker Creek Springhouse was the focus of a senior design project for a trio of […]
Editor’s Note: Signs of suicide include talking about death, a sudden loss of interest in activities or social interaction, increased […]
Five CEE students are designing a section of a three-mile Gatlinburg greenway that will run alongside Glades Road, just off […]
UT’s Teaching and Learning Innovation recently profiled CEE lecturer Jennifer Retherford in its Faculty Spotlight.