UT College of Engineering News

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


UToledo receives $3.2m to advance algae biofuel technology | Biofuels International Magazine

Source: UToledo receives $3.2m to advance algae biofuel technology | Biofuels International Magazine


WTOL 11: UToledo Celebrates Life, Legacy of Engineer Benefactor – YouTube


NBC 24: UToledo Hosts Memorial to Honor Norman Nitschke – YouTube


UT engineering legend Norm Nitschke is remembered fondly at UT memorial service

Source: UT engineering legend Norm Nitschke is remembered fondly at UT memorial service


University Of Toledo To Celebrate Life Of Engineer Benefactor With Public Memorial | Toledo, OH Patch

The University of Toledo is hosting a memorial service to celebrate the life and legacy of Norman Nitschke at 3:30 p.m.

Source: University Of Toledo To Celebrate Life Of Engineer Benefactor With Public Memorial | Toledo, OH Patch


UT engineering legend Norm Nitschke is remembered fondly at UT memorial service | The Blade

Source: UT engineering legend Norm Nitschke is remembered fondly at UT memorial service | The Blade


UT professor awarded $3.2 million to advance algae biofuel technology

Source: UT professor awarded $3.2 million to advance algae biofuel technology


UToledo Chemical Engineer Awarded $3.2 Million to Advance Algae Biofuel Technology | UToledo News

The grant is part of a $34 million commitment by the Bioenergy Technologies Office to fund 11 projects nationwide to develop biomass resources to convert to low-carbon fuel for planes and ships.

Source: UToledo Chemical Engineer Awarded $3.2 Million to Advance Algae Biofuel Technology | UToledo News