The University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI) was pleased to welcome Colonel Randel J. Gordon, Commander at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex at the Arnold AFB in Tennessee, to come and speak at the 29th Annual Black History Month Celebration. The celebration was held on Wednesday, February 14, 2024 at 10 a.m. in the UTSI […]
More than 70 college faculty and researchers made this year’s list of the world’s top 2 percent of most cited scientists in their fields.
UTSI recognizes their faculty and staff during their annual Service Awards Celebration who have marked an employment milestone.
UTSI aerospace engineering student William Snellings has been chosen to receive two top Department of Defense awards.
Peng Zhao’s extensive research expertise brings potential for impactful advances in electric-vehicle safety.
The UT Space Institute is set to host Chandra Alston on March 29 for Women’s History Month celebration at UTSI auditorium.
Theotis Robinson Jr. will be the keynote speaker for the 28th Annual Black History Month Celebration at UTSI.
The Tickle College of Engineering had 73 current or former researchers make Stanford University’s list of the top 2 percent most cited in the world.
Ragini Acharya receives three-year grant from an Office of Naval Research to further the development of various aviation innovations.
UTSI and NearSpace Launch awarded a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I grant to conduct a feasibility study of Black Box-MCAT.