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Spinning, swirling, sliding and speeding: Student’s machines are a wonder

UTC sophomore Teddy Solomon was nine years old when he first got the urge to build his amazing Rube Goldberg machines.

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Lee family is a triple threat with 3 siblings earning UTC degrees

A junior in electrical engineering, Caroline Lee is being fascinated with electrical circuits, electromagnetism and robotics.

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Sinking the putt: Monica San Juan wins at school and sport

It sounds hard, and if you’re not in the engineering field, you might not understand how difficult it is.

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‘Mocs’Phersons: Siblings Plugged into Video-Game Arcade

On the third floor of the Engineering, Math and Computer Science building, just down…

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Meet CECS Undergraduate Student Leader Kathryn Rouse

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Kathryn “Katie” Rouse came to CECS as a transfer student from the University of Virginia,…

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CECS Rocket MOCS Rank Third in National Competition

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In the inaugural “launch” of the CECS Rocket Team, aka the Rocket MOCS, placed third…

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Baylor School Students and CECS Faculty Explore Ways to Eradicate Malaria

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UC Foundation Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Dr. Daniel Loveless and Dr….

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CECS Alumnus Greg Goza is TVA’s Engineer of the Year 2018

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A UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science  graduate is the TVA’s Engineer of…

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CECS Student Athletes Named to All-Southern Conference Academic Team Fall 2017

Four student athletes in the College of Engineering and Computer Science were recently…

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CECS Green Mocs Participate in National Campus RainWorks Challenge

As part of Environmental Protection Agency’s 2017 EPA Campus RainWorks Challenge, in…

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