UTK EFP News/Announcements

Welcome

The University of Tennessee's College of Engineering is home to the Engineering Fundamentals Program (EFP) -- one of the nation's most innovative approaches to freshman engineering education. In this success-oriented environment, students learn by interacting with others to create solutions to engineering problems.

Contact Information

Director:Dr. Richard Bennett
Office Manager:Ms. Janet Coward
E-mail:efdinfo@utk.edu
Web:http://ef.engr.utk.edu
Phone:(865) 974-9810
Mail:Engineering Fundamentals, 207 Perkins Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-2020

Announcements

Common EF Announcements
  • Tech Carnivol
    Tech Carnivol is hosting two robotics competition this year. Participate and win exciting prizes! Click for information on RoboRage ARENA and Line Follower competitions.
    updated Thu Aug 18th 7:20 am by rbennet2
  • SWE Week
    The Society of Women Engineer's is kicking off the beginning of the school year with SWE Week. There are a number of activities that you can participate in to meet some of the existing members and learn about joining SWE.
    • SWE Cookout: 8/20 @ 2pm Engineering Quad Outside Perkins
    • Tie-Dye Shirts: 8/22 @ 5pm - HSS Amphitheater
    • Capture the Flag: 8/23 @ 5pm - Engineering Quad Outside Perkins
    • Dinner: 8/24 @ 5pm - Student Union (General Body Meeting at 6pm in Min Kao 404)
    • SWEeties Orientation and Ice Cream Social: 8/25 @ 5pm - Brown 146C
    updated Wed Aug 24th 9:15 am by rmccord1
    • Student Info Session: Aug 24, 5:30pm 307 SERF
    • Engineering Cookout: Wednesday, Aug 31, 11:30am – 1:30pm
    • Student “Prep for Success”: 5:30pm 307 SERF
    • Promote Yourself: Aug 29
    • Interviewing Strategies: Sep 7
    • Fall Engineering Expo: Sep 15
    • Interview Day: Sep 16
    updated Tue Aug 23rd 10:38 am by rbennet2
  • Engineering Mentor Program
    The Engineering Mentor Program is targeting rising sophomore and incoming freshman to become mentees. As a mentee you will get your own personal mentor in your discipline to meet with once a month. Apply here to become a mentee. Mentees have the opportunity choose their mentors based off a profile developed from the application process. EMP is a great way to network and build personal relationships across the College of Engineering and a great source of for academic and personal information about the workings of engineering and UTK. View the Engineering Mentor Program Community Discussion here.
    updated Wed Jul 13th 1:31 pm by rbennet2
  • Biomedical Engineering Society
    The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is a chance for students to see biomedical research done by the faculty as well as hear from biomedical engineers working from a variety of companies. This would be a great way to see what a career in BME would look like and meet fellow BMEs.
    The first meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 23 at 6:00 pm in Min Kao 404.
    updated Thu Aug 18th 4:13 pm by rbennet2
  • updated Mon Aug 22nd 10:13 am by rbennet2