UT College of Engineering News

Archive for October, 2020

Doing a Little Bit of Everything Opens Doors for Bioengineering Student | | UToledo News

Looking for opportunities wherever they might arise has always appealed to Anjali Phadke. In fact, it’s what sparked her interest in The University of Toledo in

Source: Doing a Little Bit of Everything Opens Doors for Bioengineering Student | | UToledo News


Great Lakes Hyperloop Topic of Virtual Seminar Oct. 23 | | UToledo News

Technology Takes the Wheel is going virtual for its first event of the 2020-21 academic year to discuss a proposed Great Lakes Hyperloop that would whisk

Source: Great Lakes Hyperloop Topic of Virtual Seminar Oct. 23 | | UToledo News


Student-Athlete Trades Dreams of Becoming a Veterinarian for the World of Bioengineering | | UToledo News

When she was growing up, Stephanie Sherman always wanted to become a veterinarian. That is, until a visit from a University of Toledo recruiter changed the

Source: Student-Athlete Trades Dreams of Becoming a Veterinarian for the World of Bioengineering | | UToledo News


Graduating college soon? Here’s how to succeed in COVID times

‘This is an extraordinarily challenging time for many, especially those graduating from college and starting their careers. Because of the economic and public health crises that have rocked our world as a whole, it may feel like there is little you can do to gain traction professionally. As a freshly minted graduate now entering the workforce, I want to share my experience as well as advice that helped me start the career I’d always hoped to achieve,’ Brandon Bauer writes.

Source: Graduating college soon? Here’s how to succeed in COVID times


University Trustee Named American Society of Civil Engineers Fellow | | UToledo News

Birdel Jackson, III, P.E., a University of Toledo civil engineering graduate and former president of the UToledo Alumni Association, was named a Fellow of the

Source: University Trustee Named American Society of Civil Engineers Fellow | | UToledo News



Glass City group making inroads with solar projects | The Blade

Source: Glass City group making inroads with solar projects | The Blade



UToledo STEM program awarded $3 million from Dept of Defense – YouTube


UT awarded $3 million to help more military families with childhood education | The Blade

Source: UT awarded $3 million to help more military families with childhood education | The Blade