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Engineering students grow edible plants, fish, in aquaponics system

People who live in developing countries sometimes don’t grow their food the old fashioned way.  Instead, their food comes donated in a great big fish tank–an aquaponics system where the fish feed the plants, and the humans harvest fruit, veggies, and fish. A group of UTC engineering students in a senior interdisciplinary design class successfully built a small scale freshwater automated aquaponics system with an innovative automated water changing

Hard Hats Donated to UTC Construction Management seniors

Each senior Construction Management student received headgear, thanks to alumnus Bill Towers, Ram Tool Construction Supply Co. representative.

Commencement is Saturday, December 13, watch it live online

The ceremony for the College of Arts and Sciences and College of Engineering and Computer Science will begin at 9 a.m. The ceremony for the College of Business and College of Health, Education and Professional Studies begins at 1 p.m.

Software to benefit students in Construction Management concentration

Software valued at $650,000 was awarded to the Construction Management concentration in the Engineering Technology Management program at UTC. “I’m really pleased with this generous gift given by the Synchro Software LTD, which will provide our students a better learning environment to become more real world ready when they graduate from the College of Engineering and Computer Science at UTC,” said Dr. Neslihan Alp, Interim Dean of the College

College of Engineering and Computer Science hosted first Career Fair

Although the job market is starting to look up, many students still need help with the search.

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