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Upcoming Events

Three students at a senior design showcase.

Rising seniors are invited to sign up to attend an information session to learn more about the Interdisciplinary Senior Design program. There you will learn...

7/27 6:30pm
Virtual Event
Strong Hall at the University of Tennessee

Metabolic Pathway Analysis (MPA) is a leading meeting for the scientific community analyzing topological structure-function relationships of metabolic...

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Co-hosted by TCE administration and the TCE Staff Advisory Council, faculty and staff are invited to celebrate the return to campus and the start of the...

Grad student working in Hazen lab

Join your fellow TCE first-year students, faculty, and staff for a fun morning. Meet Dean Mench, interact with your individual department faculty and staff,...

Pop-in for Some Popcorn with Engineering Professional Practice

Enjoy some popcorn from the Office of Engineering Professional Practice and meet their ambassadors. While you enjoy some gourmet popcorn, their ambassadors...

Grad student working in Hazen lab

Join the Tickle College of Engineering's Office of Engineering Professional Practice for a Prep for Success event on promoting yourself. Students are...

Three females students walk in front of Ayres Hall

Hosted by the Tickle College of Engineering, this fun, informative event is designed to provide first-year and sophomore female engineering students the...

Engineering Professional Practice Cookout

Join us for the Engineering Professional Practice cookout held each year in the Engineering Quad between Perkins Hall and Dougherty Hall. The Engineering...

Prep for Success: Employer Panel—Expo Game Plan

Succeeding at the Engineering Expo Join the Tickle College of Engineering's Office of Engineering Professional Practice for a Prep for Success Employer...

Grad student working in Hazen lab

Join the Tickle College of Engineering's Office of Engineering Professional Practice for a Prep for Success event on promoting yourself. Students are...