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Lab dedicated, supports concrete research

More than 10,000 bridges need to be replaced in the United States.  They’re mostly made from concrete, a popular building material that has a reputation for freezing, thawing, and cracking. A researcher at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is examining the sustainability, durability, repair, and life cycle of concrete.  He is testing ways to make it last longer so that it does not have to be replaced as

Engineering dean featured in national STEM story

Dr. Neslihan Alp, Interim Dean of the UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science, is featured in Huffington Post blogger Deborah J. Levine’s article “What Women in Engineering Are Saying in the South.”

CECS hosts “Get On Board” Day

College Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) hosted their “Get On Board Day” on September 17. This annual event introduces current Mocs, from the CECS department and beyond, to various CECS affiliated student organizations.

Computer Science and Engineering Department receives ABET-CAC accreditation

The Computer Science and Engineering Department has successfully achieved ABET-CAC accreditation.

“Every Engineering and Computer Science program in this country and far beyond aspires to be accredited by ABET,” said Dr. Joseph Kizza.

Engineering students help local entrepreneur redesign product

UTC engineering students Jacob Keller, Nick Pippenger, Jason Berghorn helped a local entrepreneur redesign his mood lighting product for mass production as a part of a class project.

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