EFP Course Web Sites

Welcome
This is the home page for all Engineering Fundamentals Program course web sites.
For general information about the Engineering Fundamentals program,
please visit engage.utk.edu

Fall, 2024 Courses

Summer, 2024 Courses

Spring, 2024 Courses

Fall, 2023 Courses

Contact Information

Director:Dr. Erin McCave
Office Manager:Ms. Cheryl Huskey
E-mail:efdinfo@utk.edu
Web:engage.utk.edu
Phone:(865) 974-9810
Mail:Engineering Fundamentals, 260 Zeanah Engineering Complex, Knoxville, TN 37996-2020

Announcements

  • No announcements at this time.
Common EF Announcements
  • EF Lecturer Candidate Presentations
    The Engineering Fundamentals Program will be interviewing for 4 new Lecturer positions. We would greatly appreciate your feedback and interaction with our potential new professors. All engineering students are invited to attend the following upcoming candidate presentations.
    • Monday, February 26, 1 PM, ZEC 360/362
    • Tuesday, February 27, 1 PM, ZEC 378
    • Monday, March 4, 2 PM, room TBD
    • Thursday, March 7, 2 PM, room TBD
    • Monday, March 25, 1:50PM, room TBD
    • Tuesday, April 2, 1:50PM, room TBD
    • Thursday, April 4, time TBD, room TBD
    • April TBD, time TBD, room TBD
    Following the presentations, there will be a short session with just the candidate and students.
    updated Tue Feb 27th 9:25 am
  • Engineering Networking Evening (EWI) is here! Don't miss your chance to connect with industry professionals before the Engineering Expo. Join us for an evening of networking and insights.

    • Date: March 4th
    • Time: 6-8 pm
    • Location: SU 272C - Pilot Ballroom C

    Register now using the link above. SWE looks forward to seeing you there!

    updated Wed Feb 21st 1:35 pm
  • The Vol Study Center is hosting a series of “review rallies” for several Math/EF courses and for ME 202. These are group review sessions which intentionally occur 1-2 days before exams. Click on the title above to see the flyer for more information on the sessions available.

    As noted on the Academic Success Center website, students who want to attend in-person sessions should RSVP to ensure their in-person spot. Large rooms are reserved, but some sessions still filled up in the fall due to demand. There is no limit on the number of students who can join via Zoom, and Zoom information will be updated on our site as the dates approach.

    updated Fri Feb 2nd 1:47 pm
  • Local startup SkyNano is seeking exceptional candidates for summer positions. SkyNano loves hosting student interns! Join the SkyNano team and UTK EF alum Stan Hunter to help develop technology to capture and convert CO2 pollution into valuable carbon-based materials.
    updated Tue Feb 20th 10:11 pm
  • Check out the Professional Practice Events. The Expo is March 5. A great time to get an internship or coop position.
    updated Tue Jan 23rd 1:24 pm
  • The W. K. McClure Scholarship Program is awarding up to $5,000 to support research and creative projects abroad aimed at enhancing and promoting education for world responsibility. The scholarship can be applied to any project that offers the potential for the development of knowledge relative to significant issues or problems associated with world affairs and the reduction of international conflict, principally through legal, cultural, political, economic, social, and scientific studies.

    The deadline for applications is March 10, 2024, and the scholarship is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. The funding is eligible for use between May 1, 2024 and June 30, 2024.

    For more information and to apply, visit the link above or contact Christina Gerdes at cgerdes@utk.edu.

    updated Fri Jan 26th 10:24 am
  • Check Spam Folder for UTK Communication
    We want to remind students using Gmail to check their spam folder to ensure they are not missing critical updates about academic success, graduation, advising, and more. OIT made changes to improve Gmail security, however, as a result more emails may be delivered to spam folders. OIT recommends taking the following steps:
    • Mark incorrectly classified messages as “Not Spam.” Gmail uses machine learning to understand user preferences and recognize spam. By manually marking a message as “Not Spam,” Gmail learns how to manage messages more effectively.
    • Add trusted senders to personal contacts list. By adding an email address to the contacts list, Gmail knows not to mark messages from those senders as spam.
    updated Fri Sep 1st 12:03 pm