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Archive for May, 2018

UT News » Blog Archive » Rocket baseball player named National Pitcher of the Week

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Naganathan Officially Appointed to Office as the Seventh President of OIT — Klamath Falls News

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The investiture ceremony is the pageantry of the official appointment to office of the President of The Oregon Institute of Technology. During the ceremony Dr. Naganathan is presented the University Chain of Office.

Source: Naganathan Officially Appointed to Office as the Seventh President of OIT — Klamath Falls News


UT News » Blog Archive » Faculty members receive promotion, tenure

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Sibling harmony | UT Alumni Blog

Source: Sibling harmony | UT Alumni Blog


UT News » Blog Archive » Faculty members recognized for outstanding scholarly and creative activity

Source: UT News » Blog Archive » Faculty members recognized for outstanding scholarly and creative activity


Toledo Region News | Toledo Region | Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce | Toledo, OH

WALBRIDGE, OH – Kyle Kreft, solar manager for GEM Energy of the Rudolph Libbe Group, has been recognized among the Energy Manager Today 75. An NABCEP-certified PV Installation Professional, Kreft joined Rudolph Libbe Group in 2010 and has worked at GEM Energy since 2012. His projects include solar arrays for DTE Energy; Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio; President Container in Middletown, NY; the City of Bryan, Ohio; the Army National Guard’s Camp Perry in Port Clinton, Ohio; and the Ohio Air National Guard 180th Fighter Wing in Swanton, Ohio. The Energy Manager Today 75 is a recognition program developed and run by the Environment and Energy Leaders Institute, the convening, best practices, thought leadership and peer-learning arm of Environmental Leader, Energy Manager Today and The Environmental Leader and Energy Manager Conference. GEM Energy GEM Energy provides comprehensive services and technologies to improve customer business performance and reduce facility operation costs. GEM Energy’s expertise encompasses engineering, procurement, construction, operations and maintenance. Services include combined heat and power (CHP) systems, HVAC and plumbing, facility management, utility procurement, solar development, building automation controls and energy efficiency solutions. Facilities served are commercial, industrial, institutional and mission critical. GEM Energy is part of the Rudolph Libbe Group (RLG), a one-stop provider of construction and facility services that range from site selection and construction to energy solutions and ongoing facility management. The full-service contractor, comprised of Rudolph Libbe Inc., GEM Inc., GEM Energy, Lehman Daman and Rudolph Libbe Properties, is focused on ensuring our customers’ success. The Rudolph Libbe Group is headquartered in Toledo with offices in Cleveland, Columbus and Lima, Ohio; Ithaca, New York; and Detroit, Michigan areas. For additional information, visit RLGBuilds.com and @RLGbuilds.

Source: Toledo Region News | Toledo Region | Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce | Toledo, OH


GALLERY: Women in STEMM day of meetings – The Blade

160 high school sophomores visit UT to hear from female scientists.

Source: GALLERY: Women in STEMM day of meetings – The Blade


UT News » Blog Archive » Girls in science day at UT May 10

Source: UT News » Blog Archive » Girls in science day at UT May 10


Biodiesel Magazine – The Latest News and Data About Biodiesel Production

Young scientists presented their ongoing biodiesel research projects during a panel at the National Biodiesel Conference in late January. Process and feedstock research like the work presented could provide an impetus the biodiesel industry needs.

Source: Biodiesel Magazine – The Latest News and Data About Biodiesel Production


UT News » Blog Archive » Two successful engineering alumni named national trustees

Source: UT News » Blog Archive » Two successful engineering alumni named national trustees