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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

CECS Students Partner with Widow’s Harvest Ministry to Improve the Lives of Neighbors in Need

The College’s Engineering Technology Management: Construction Management students and faculty have partnered with UTC Interior Design Program, UT Knoxville’s School of Architecture, the Tennessee Board of Architectural and Engineering Examiners (TBAEE), and First Baptist Church of Bozentown to establish a community design studio.  The Living Studio was established within the church’s facilities located on Dodds Avenue, Chattanooga, and will serve the community as a resource to assist area citizens

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CECS Students and Faculty Tour VW Plant This Fall

Volkswagen Group of America has been part of American culture since the first Beetle arrived more than six decades ago. With the 2008 announcement of the assembly plant location in our area and the production of vehicles beginning in April 2011, Chattanooga, CECS, and VW have become integral partners in the economic and technological expansion of the region. Throughout that nine year partnership, VW has literally opened its doors to

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CECS Participates in American Society for Engineering Management International Annual Conference – Society Awards Inaugural Undergraduate Student Scholarship in Memory of Dr. Ronald Cox

In October, faculty and student representatives of the CECS Department of Engineering Technology Management participated in the International Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) held in Huntsville, AL. ASEM is the organization which speaks for the profession of engineering management across the globe, and serves as a resource for procedures, advances, and practices in that field, as well as the professional certification of engineering management

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CECS Welcomes Nine New Faculty Members

Beginning this fall term, CECS students will work and learn alongside nine new faculty members who joined the College on August 1. In response to enrollment growth and the College’s commitment to teaching and applied research,  new faculty positions will enhance student learning experience and faculty expertise. The faces of some of the nine folks are familiar, while others will be new to our students.  Earlier this month the

Fall 2017 Important Dates

Fall 2017 August 21 – Classes begin, 5:00 PM August 23 – STEM Your Curiosity, Heritage Plaza, Chamberlain Field August 27 – Last day to Register Faculty Forum – September 29 – 3 p.m. – Maytag September 4 – Labor Day (Holiday) September 6 – Get on Board Day September 22 – Dr. Paul McConnaughey from NASA, 11am, SimCenter Auditorium (CECS Speaker Series) October 2 – Mid-Term Grades begin

Summer 2017 Important Dates

Summer 2017 May 17 – Summer Long Term and Summer Part of Term I Classes Begin May 29 – Memorial Day Holiday June 27 – Summer Part of Term I Classes End June 28 – Summer Part of Term II Classes Begin July 4 – Independence Day Holiday August 1 – New Faculty Report August 4 – Fall 2017 Open Registration August 8 – Summer Long Term and Summer Part of Term

Spring 2017 Commencement Gallery

College of Engineering and Computer Science Spring 2017 Post-Commencement Reception: Posted by UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science on Saturday, May 6, 2017

Chem E Student Reed Boeger and Mechanical Engineering Professor Dr. Cecelia Wigal – Win Big for CECS and the Extended Community in ReSEARCH Dialogues, Design Showcase, and Art For All

Chemical Engineering sophomore Reed Boeger took first place in the Lightning Round Presentation Competition in UTC’s Second Annual ReSEARCH Dialogues.  The highly successful two-day long event held in April highlighted the research initiatives of the University’s students and faculty, showcasing the scholarship and creative accomplishments of over 300 participants. With the support of his research advisor, Dr. Bradley Harris, Boeger shared his work entitled, “Studying Vibrio Cholerae Adaptations to