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UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science Inaugural Technology Symposium

The inaugural Technology Symposium was a smashing success and featured more than 100 freshmen and senior design projects and undergraduate and graduate research projects. The symposium, whose keynote speaker was Peter Fuhr from Oak Ridge National Laboratory, also attracted participation from the general public, local high school and middle school students, industry representatives, community leaders and advisory board members. As part of the symposium, students were given awards for

Spring 2018 Awards Dinner

On Wednesday, April 17, more than 140 students, faculty and staff attended our 2018 Spring Awards banquet in the UTC University Center’s Tennessee Room. It was a chance to recognize the achievements of our students and faculty, and more than 125 awards and scholarships were presented during the banquet, honoring research accomplishments, academic performance, service to UTC and the community and outstanding instructional dedication. The Spring Awards banquet is

Spring 2018: CECS student success

UTC Places 5th in Sprint for Concrete Canoe a the ASCE Student Conference UTC ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineering) Student team, which included Daniel Nolan, Caleb Casey, Caroline Meacham, Andy Lewis, Lindsay Brady, Mack Richardson, Clint Clayton, Seth Caudle, Matthew Shields, and Natalie Burdine, placed the 5th in the Concrete Canoe men’s sprint race and the 9th in the Concrete Canoe women’s sprint race (out of 20 schools)

Chemical engineering graduate wins national award

By Laura Bond,  Staff Writer, Office of Communication and Marketing, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga It was a high school physics teacher that helped Ashley Poe Thompson find her calling. A love for cooking led to an early interest in chemistry, but learning more about chemical engineering from her teacher helped steer her in the right direction. “He really opened my eyes to what chemical engineering is and

CECS Scholarship Celebrates the Life and Service of James W. Rogers

In 2012, the family of the late Jim Rogers, established an endowed scholarship honoring his life and service as professional engineer, community volunteer, and former adjunct professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.  Since its inception, the scholarship has supported the academic endeavors of more than two dozen of the College’s most outstanding students.  Recognizing academic achievement and commitment to others as demonstrated by the recipients’ activities

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CECS Spring Career Fair ~ Wednesday, March 7

The College of Engineering and Computer Science Spring Career Fair will be held on Wednesday March 7.  This bi-annual event provides the opportunity for students to network with employers in the same building in which they attend classes. Located on the third and fourth floors of the EMCS Building, the Career Fair will be preceded by a resume workshop open to all CECS students. The College’s engineering, computer science,

October 21, 2017 UTC vs. Citadel CECS Tailgate Party Gallery

Click here to view the October 21, 2017 UTC vs. Citadel CECS Tailgate Party Gallery

UTC Alumna Dr. Stephanie Fraley Researcher of Drivers of Cancer Metastasis and Sepsis – Returns to CECS to Remember her Mentor, Dr. Frank Jones

As a UTC student, Dr. Stephanie Fraley was at the top of her class in the Chemical Engineering Department. Now, she uses the skills she learned in her position at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD). Fraley earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering in 2006 from UTC, where she participated in a variety of research projects as well as a research thesis as a part of the

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Volume One ~ Issue One of UT Chattanooga Magazine Features CECS Alumni, Community Partnerships, and Trajectory for Success

This fall, the University published a new magazine designed to keep alumni, donors, partners, and friends connected to UTC, highlighting the outstanding accomplishments – both on campus and in the community – of alumni, current students, faculty and staff.  The cover story and lead article features the College of Engineering and Computer Science with a focus on how the success of CECS alumni and its responsiveness to industry and

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CECS Alumnus creates more independent lives for people with disabilities

Ezra Reynolds’s job title may be assistive technology design specialist, but he does much more than just create at Signal Centers, a Chattanooga nonprofit organization focused on fostering lifelong independence for children, adults and families. Using his UTC degrees in computer science and electrical engineering, Reynolds is a problem solver, often coming up with ingenious solutions to help people of all ages with disabilities live happier, more independent lives.

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