UT College of Engineering News

Archive for September, 2021

Student Members Appointed to UToledo Board of Trustees | UToledo News

Two student trustees have been named to represent the student body on The University of Toledo Board of Trustees.Rupesh Boddapati, of Northville, Mich., and Anjali Atul Phadke, of Xenia, Ohio, were appointed to terms beginning Aug. 27 and attended their first Board of Trustees meeting on Sept. 22.

Source: Student Members Appointed to UToledo Board of Trustees | UToledo News


UToledo Doctoral Student Studying How Algal Toxins Affect People with Asthma Earns Prestigious NIH Fellowship | UToledo News

Joshua Breidenbach recently received a F31 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award from the National Institutes of Health based in part on his research proposal for studying aerosolized microcystin.

Source: UToledo Doctoral Student Studying How Algal Toxins Affect People with Asthma Earns Prestigious NIH Fellowship | UToledo News


UToledo Researcher Awarded Grants to Develop Plasma-Based RF Electronic Systems | UToledo News

Dr. Abbas Semnani received funding from the Office of Naval Research to develop ways to defend electronic systems against high-power threats and improve the performance of small antennas.

Source: UToledo Researcher Awarded Grants to Develop Plasma-Based RF Electronic Systems | UToledo News


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Environmental Engineering Students Leading Area Research to Clean Up Great Lakes | UToledo News

Funded through a two-year grant from the city of Toledo, this research project includes the deployment of five separate trash-collecting devices strategically located in the area.

Source: Environmental Engineering Students Leading Area Research to Clean Up Great Lakes | UToledo News


Who needs to learn more about safety? Engineers, say roundtable panelists | ASCE

Civil Engineering hosted a roundtable discussion among experts who stressed the need to add safety courses to the civil engineering undergraduate curriculum.

Source: Who needs to learn more about safety? Engineers, say roundtable panelists | ASCE