It had been 18 months since Justin Braddock went to the audition in Atlanta and, since no one had called, he figured, “Oh well, I didn’t make the cut.” Then the phone rang last January and the caller asked if he could be in Los Angeles in February.
On Thursday, the College of Engineering and Computer Science opened its new AGC of East Tennessee Construction Lab.
For many teachers, finding time to prepare the day’s lessons can be a challenge. Five UTC Engineering students have created a solution to this problem for one special education teacher.
For the second year in a row, the UTC student Chem-E Car team will compete on the national level. The team will travel to San Francisco, California for the competition sponsored by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE).
Eight groups of UTC engineering students recently participated in Park(ing) Day, a nationwide event geared towards raising awareness about urban development and civic duty by converting metered parking spaces into usable public space.
It’s official—when the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET-ETAC) accredited the BS Engineering Technology Management (ETM) program earlier this month, this achievement was especially good news—now all the undergraduate programs in the College of Engineering and Computer Science are accredited by ABET-ETAC.
A spectacular finish in company with Cornell, University of Michigan, and Rochester Institute of Technology.
A degu, a small mammal found only in Chile, is bringing together the Chattanooga community. In partnership with the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA), the Chattanooga Zoo, and local TV station WTCI, the University is creating a collaborative educational outreach program to inform students and the community about this little known animal.
Playing video games may sound like something students do when they are procrastinating, but for students in Dr. Aldo McLean’s class, the games were an integral part of a class experiment.
By Megan Davis, University Relations Intern Dr. Will Sutton, Dean of College of Engineering and Computer Science, challenged student organizations in the College of Engineering and Computer Science to engage in community service projects that directly impact citizens in Chattanooga. The student chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) responded and volunteered for Habitat…