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M.E. Welcomes Future Students

Preview Day Spring 2020

Tennessee Tech recently hosted Spring Showcase events on February 15th and March 7th to give future Golden Eagles more in-depth tours of our campus and individual departments. Mechanical Engineering was thrilled to welcome approximately 110 students and 140 parents and guests on these days. Students and guests made several stops along the M.E. tour, including an enthusiastic Jeff Randolph (pictured above) showing off the Machine Shop.


Dr. Canfield's Students Help Infant with Cerebral Palsy

Dr. Canfield in a lab

Check out this great story about how Dr. Steve Canfield's ME students helped an infant with cerebral palsy. Make sure you watch the video near the bottom of the page.

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Welcoming Future Golden Eagles to Campus

Preview day 2020 in the mechanical engineering shop

The Spring Showcase event on February 15 brought over 100 future ME majors and guests to campus, where they toured some of the labs and shops in Brown Hall and in East Stadium. Another Spring Showcase is scheduled for March 7.

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Tech Research on Electric Vehicles First of Its Kind

Dr. Pingen Chen headshot

Click the link below to see how ME faculty member Dr. Pingen Chen is working to "electrify" engineering.

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Welcoming New Faculty

New Faculty Members

We are happy to announce that two new faculty members joined our department in Fall 2019. Pictured on the left is Dr. Will Brookshear, instructor; pictured on the right is Dr. Mohammad Albakri, assistant professor.


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Student Organizations

Autonomous Robotics Club

Autonomous Robotics Club inspires college students to learn more about robotics through hands on experience and then use that knowledge to inspire the community.

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Society of Women Engineers is an organization that stimulates women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers.

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Formula SAE

Tennessee Tech Motorsports is a Formula SAE (FSAE) team. FSAE is a student design competition in which students design, build, and race an open-wheeled prototype racecar.

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Baja SAE Team

BAJA SAE is a design competition that challenges students to work as a team in the designing, building, testing and racing of an off-road vehicle that is capable of negotiating rough terrain.

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American Society of Mechanical Engineers unites by social and technical means the students of the Department of Mechanical engineering and to further the interests of Mechanical Engineering in general.

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The Tennessee Tech ASHRAE Chapter is part of a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the build environment.

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Pi Tau Sigma

Pi Tau Sigma fosters the high ideals of mechanical engineering through service, leadership and integrity.

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