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College of Engineering

eBlast for March 29, 2022

  • Center for Career Development

    TODAY – March 29

    LAST CHANCE Co-op Meetup

    11 a.m. | Clement 212

    If you attended the Annual Spring Engineering Fair on March 8 and lacked attendance at a Co-op Meetup to meet your co-op eligibility, this is your LAST CHANCE to attend this required informational meeting for your Co-op Eligibility.  Join the Cooperative Education Office in Clement Hall 212 at 11:00am to hear the requirements and expectations of being identified as a Tennessee Tech Co-op Student when working in the field with a Co-op Employer.

    Center for Career Development | career@tntech.edu

  • Collegewide

    TODAY – March 29

    Dept. of Chemical Engineering Spring Seminar Series: Dr. Rachel Carter, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

    11 a.m. – noon | Prescott 225

    Join Dr. Rachel Carter, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory as she presents Interactions Between Temperature and Battery Performance and Enabling Sodium Sulfur Batteries, a seminar on her research in state-of-the-art li-ion batteries and emerging li-ion battery technologies

    Looking for a leadership opportunity?

    The College of Engineering is looking for motivated, passionate, and driven engineers and computer scientists to share their experiences in the College of Engineering with others and prospective students.

    What is a Student Ambassador?

    A student ambassador is an elite representative of the College from any major within the College of Engineering. Ambassadors attend special events on and off campus to share their personal experiences and prospective of their program to prospective students, alumni, and donors.

    Benefits/Responsibilities

        • Being part of an elite group of current engineering students that have excelled academically.
        • Provide campus tours for prospective students, conferences, and events.
        • Represent TN Tech during college events.
        • Assist with duties and tasks related to events sponsored by CoE.
        • Work with diverse populations and provide tips on being a successful student.
        • Participate in SA team training and meetings.

    How Do I Become A Student Ambassador?

    To become a student ambassador, you will need to meet the following qualifications:

        • Be enrolled as a full-time Tennessee Tech student.
        • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher.
        • Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills.
        • Exhibit leadership skills.
        • Be very reliable, responsible, and dependable.
        • Be a positive role model.
        • Have sufficient time (occasional nights and weekends).
        • Be willing to serve for a full academic year.

    How Do I Apply?

    Applications for the 2022-2023 school year are open now through April 9th.

    Apply here.

    Questions? Contact engineeringssc@tntech.edu  

  • Student Organizations

    TODAY – March 29

    AMC & AMC-W present guest speaker from Google

    11 a.m. – noon | Bruner 228

    Learn what it is like to work in Google. Google is a multinational technology company that employs over 130,000 people. They offer it’s search engine Google work and productivity applications, ChromeOS, smart technology and more. Pizza will be provided.

    Thursday – March 31

    Engineers Without Borders and TTU Water Professionals Joint Meeting

    11 a.m. | Prescott 330

    Engineers Without Borders and TTU Water Professionals will be hosting their next joint meeting of the semester this Thursday, March 31st during dead hour in Prescott Room 330. We are going to be hearing from David Blackwood. David is an engineer with West TN River Basin Authority and will be speaking about the August 2021 flood in Waverly, TN. We're having pizza for lunch so be sure to come hungry! 

    As always, all majors are welcomed and encouraged to join! We can't wait to see everyone!!

    We are also going to be hosting the meeting via Microsoft Teams for anyone who may want to attend virtually here.

    Thursday – March 31

    Picture a Scientist

    6 – 8 p.m. | Prescott 215

    ALICE and SWE invite all ladies in STEM to join them in watching the ‘Picture a Scientist. This Tribeca Film Festival 2020 selected documentary chronicles the groundswell of researchers who are writing a new chapter for women scientists. Popcorn, candy and drinks will be provided.

    Monday – April 4

    The Autonomous Robotics Club presents the ENGINEERING SHOWCASE

    11 a.m. – 1 p.m. | Centennial Plaza

    ARC along with Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, the Lunar Rover Club, and ACM's High-Performance Computing SIG will be celebrating National Robotics Week. The multiple groups will be showcasing different projects and would love it if you came and visited!

    Social Media: Discord, https://discord.gg/tyjUtGF. Instagram, @tntecharc