UTK EFP News/Announcements


The University of Tennessee's Tickle 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
Phone:(865) 974-9810
Mail:Engineering Fundamentals, 207 Perkins Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-2020


Common EF Announcements
  • Interested in a behind the scenes tour of Neyland Stadium with some of your EFP professors? The ASCE Professional Chapter will be hosting a tour on Wednesday 10/26 and you are invited! The tour will start at 1:25pm in the John D. Tickle Building (JDT 211) and will end at 3:00pm. If you are interested, you must use the link for the announcement to sign up. Spots for the tour are limited and are first come first served.
    updated Wed Oct 19th 9:57 pm by abiegals
  • Application to be a counselor for the College of Engineering's Pre-College Summer Program are now available. These are paid positions that focus on assisting with summer programs aimed at introducing engineering to high school students. If you are interested or want to learn more, please click the link an this announcement for more information.
    updated Thu Oct 13th 10:57 am by rmccord1
  • Institute of Nuclear Materials Management
    Interested in Cyber Security or Nuclear Engineering? The Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) is meeting on Monday, Oct 24 in Pasqua 308 from 6:30-8PM. Matt Cook, a researcher in cyber security with UT's Institute for Nuclear Security, will be the speaker. Food and drinks will be provided. inmm@utk.edu
    updated Fri Oct 14th 12:02 am by abiegals
  • updated Mon Aug 22nd 10:13 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