Monthly Archives: January 2017

Computational Science Student of the Month – Kristen Karmen-Shoemake

Where are you from? I was born Arlington, Texas to parents Debra and Steve Karman. I am the oldest child with two younger sisters. We lived in and around Fort Worth, Texas until my father took a position as a Professor of Computational Engineering at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga when I was 14. During the summer of 2005, I attended the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Sciences,

Congratulations to our Newest Alums and Dean’s List Students

On December 16 and 17,  2 Ph.D.,  23 Master’s, and  58 Bachelor’s degree recipients joined the ranks of the College’s alumni.  The  83 recent graduates are now among the 4,000+ women and men who call this College their UTC “home.” By earning grade point averages for the Fall 2016 Semester of 3.2 or higher, 504 students in the College made the Dean’s List. Congratulations to All!

Spring Career Fair – March 1

On March 1, the College will again welcome employers in the greater Chattanooga area to campus for the bi-annual Career Fair.  By holding the Fairs on site in the Engineering, Math, and Computer Science Building, students are able to visit with potential employers around their class schedules, and learn about Co-op, internship, and full-time employment opportunities. The CECS Career Fairs held in each fall and spring are key components

CECS “Launches” Support for Student Initiatives

Student competitions, design projects, plant visits, and other experiential learning initiatives are key components of the student experience at CECS.  Developing support for these student-led efforts from the public and private sectors, as well as from alumni and friends, is a critical piece in establishing learning opportunities from which students will benefit. Designed with a “Go Fund Me” website that displays established goals and progress toward their attainment, Launch UTC

The College and the Community Mourn the Passing of Dr. Ronald Cox

Dr. Ronald B. Cox, Burkett Miller Chair of Excellence and Professor of Engineering Management and Technology passed away on January 12. For over four decades, Dr. Cox ably served this College, the University, the extended community, and his chosen profession, with dedication and distinction.  Known in our community and across the nation for his visionary leadership in the fields of engineering, engineering technology, and management, Dr. Cox was a

Leading by example: Ryan Davis talks about entrepreneurial success to Engineering Management students

Ryan Davis, co-founder of Reliance Human Capital Management, visited Dr. Aldo McLean’s ETEM 1000 Engineering Management Seminar class on October 7, 2016, to talk about starting and growing his business. After briefly tracing his story from college to the founding of his company—including a stint working at a coffee shop and the decision to give up a 60K salary to pursue a career more suited to his skill set

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