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UToledo Engineer Awarded $2.5 Million to Advance Smart Materials for Aerospace Systems | UToledo News

Dr. Mohammad Elahinia received the federal funding to collaborate with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory on a U.S. Department of Defense project that could lead to smaller, lighter aircraft.

Source: UToledo Engineer Awarded $2.5 Million to Advance Smart Materials for Aerospace Systems | UToledo News


Multi-Year Engineering Gift Builds Bridge to a More Diverse Future | UToledo Alumni eMagazine

Diversity of thought is a strategic advantage. That tenet is the driving factor behind a significant, combined gift over five years to The University of […]

Source: Multi-Year Engineering Gift Builds Bridge to a More Diverse Future | UToledo Alumni eMagazine


$1 Million Gift Endows Professorship in Power Systems at UToledo College of Engineering | UToledo Alumni eMagazine

Like education, energy is a catalyst for the world’s future – and two-time University of Toledo alumnus Gary Leidich ’72, ’74 and his family […]

Source: $1 Million Gift Endows Professorship in Power Systems at UToledo College of Engineering | UToledo Alumni eMagazine


Local consortium makes first cut in effort to become a federal ‘Hydrogen Hub’ | The Blade

Source: Local consortium makes first cut in effort to become a federal ‘Hydrogen Hub’ | The Blade


$1 Million Gift Endows Professorship in Power Systems at UToledo College of Engineering | UToledo News

Two-time UToledo alumnus Gary Leidich and his family have donated $1 million to fully endow the Leidich Family Professorship in Power Systems at the College of Engineering.

Source: $1 Million Gift Endows Professorship in Power Systems at UToledo College of Engineering | UToledo News


Bioengineering Graduate Charts Personal Growth as Rocket | UToledo News

Branigan Lyczkowski served as an executive board member of UToledo’s Filipino American Association and performed traditional Filipino dances such as “Tinikling” and “Sayaw sa Bangko.”

Source: Bioengineering Graduate Charts Personal Growth as Rocket | UToledo News


All-in-One Design | UToledo News

Amina Lokhandwala, right, a senior studying electrical engineering and computer science, explains some of the features of her group project to her freshman sister Sabiha Lokhandwala during the College of Engineering’s Senior Design Expo Friday in Nitschke Hall. The project, Unico Wheels, is a motorized shoe designed to combine the benefits of normal shoes, skateboards, scooters and bicycles into a single product.

Source: All-in-One Design | UToledo News


 UToledo Engineering Students Present Senior Design Projects – 13 ABC


 UToledo Students Help Quadriplegic Play Baseball – NBC 24


Engineering students put project prototypes on display | The Blade

Source: Engineering students put project prototypes on display | The Blade


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