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  • We have made some minor adjustments to the prep material for lab 6. In particular, much of the context for the planned exercise has been moved into the prep material so that you have additional time to think about the context before coming to lab to implement the strategy. Please take advantage of this and ask questions about the context before coming to class if anything is unclear.
    updated Wed Feb 24th 3:36 pm
  • Lab 3 Items Graded
    Excel workbooks and learning team reflections for lab 3 have been graded and feedback entered. Please review any comments and ask questions about any feedback that is not clear!
    updated Thu Feb 18th 5:06 pm
  • We have added another help session time block on Monday afternoons. Check out the Help page for the details!
    updated Mon Feb 15th 11:20 am
  • The charts section of the Excel Tutorials page has been updated, with the inclusion of videos for Mac OS.
    updated Fri Feb 12th 5:30 pm
  • Learning Team Submission for Lab 3

    We apologize for the confusion that resulted from the Zoom breakout room assignments not accurately reflecting the learning team assignments on the website. The Zoom settings have been updated and next week you should see the same people in your breakout room as are listed on your Team Assignments page under your Control Panel.

    For the lab 3 team activity, you have two options:

    1. Finalize the discussion you had with the members of your breakout room and have one person submit. The names on your PDF document may not align with the names listed on the submission page and that is OK.
    2. Reach out to your assigned learning team as listed on the website and complete the discussion with them. One person will submit a PDF document and in this case the names on the document will align with the names listed on the submission page.

    The lab 4 submission should be a lot smoother!

    updated Wed Feb 10th 4:36 pm
Common EF Announcements
  • I am looking for volunteers to coordinate Zoom sessions for judges, referees, and middle school robotics teams on the following dates:
    • Saturday March 6th from 12:45p - 3:15p or 3:00p to 5:15p
    • Saturday March 27th from 12:45p - 3:15p or 3:00p to 5:15p

    Your primary responsibility will be to admit middle school robotics teams into a Zoom breakout room based on their judging schedule. This is an easy volunteer opportunity and you can have a great impact on some young, aspiring engineers!

    If you need volunteer hours for class extra credit or a campus requirement and are interested in volunteering, please click on the link above. I will contact you with more info. Thanks! Dr. Ellestad

    updated Tue Feb 23rd 6:43 am
  • ICAMI-The Composites Institute offers a computer numerically controlled (CNC) machining training program starting this spring with an online component and in-person bootcamp-style training at Pellissippi State Community College. This opportunity is open to students in all departments and colleges at no cost to participate! Click on the link for more information.
    updated Mon Feb 1st 12:47 pm
  • Are you interested in 3D Printing but haven't made it out to the ICS yet? The ICS (Perkins Basement) is now offering 3D printing services online. Click the link in the announcement to learn more.
    updated Fri Jan 29th 9:07 am
  • The ICS is open for student work. If you want to work on a personal or school project, click on the link above to make an appointment to work in the ICS. Work is by appointment only right now to maintain COVID restrictions.
    updated Sun Jan 31st 6:48 am
  • 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 Fri Jan 15th 8:25 am
  • Meet alumni from across the country at Networking at Neyland. Practice making a good first impression, understand how to utilize your professional communication skills, and gain career advice all while making connections with UT alumni. Prepare for an exclusive opportunity to help grow your network! Join the UT Center for Career Development & Academic Exploration, Office of Alumni Affairs, and UT Athletics Department for this night of Big Orange connections.
    updated Fri Feb 19th 12:02 pm
  • Guest speaker, March 2 5-6pm: Katherine Anderson, a UTK BME alumni who worked at Intuitive Surgical and started K2A2 consulting
    updated Wed Feb 24th 11:29 am