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Leading by example: Ryan Davis talks about entrepreneurial success to Engineering Management students

Ryan Davis, co-founder of Reliance Human Capital Management, visited Dr. Aldo McLean’s ETEM 1000 Engineering Management Seminar class on October 7, 2016, to talk about starting and growing his business. After briefly tracing his story from college to the founding of his company—including a stint working at a coffee shop and the decision to give up a 60K salary to pursue a career more suited to his skill set

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Students Discuss the “Power of Why” with Deb Hansford

On Friday, October 16, Deb Hansford spoke about the “Power of Why” to students in the ETEM 1000 Engineering Management Seminar course. The objective of the course, according to Dr. Aldo McLean, assistant professor of Engineering Management and instructor of the class, is to encourage students to continue pursuing their degree in engineering technology management and to motivate them for success in their careers. Hansford is a friend and

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Interim Dean visits to welcome students majoring in Engineering Management and Construction Management

Dedication, Passion, Generous spirit: These are three of the collective descriptions resonating about Dr. Neslihan Alp after her recent visit to students in the ETEM 1000 Engineering Management Seminar 1.  Dr. Alp is the Interim Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at UTC. Dr. Alp stopped by to welcome the sophomore and junior students majoring in Engineering Management and Construction Management. These programs are close to her heart since she is

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Students tour Volkswagen Chattanooga for Facilities Management Course

A group of twenty Engineering Technology Management, Industrial Engineering, and Master in Engineering Management students took a one-hour tour of Volkswagen Chattanooga on November 3, 2014, as part of the Facilities Management class taught by Dr. Aldo McLean. “The plant was designed with upmost consideration to the flow of materials, products, and people,” Dr. McLean said, making it “a great fit for the Facilities Management course.” The opportunity to

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