UT College of Engineering News

Love of Roller Coasters Drove Engineering Graduate’s Academic Focus | UToledo News

Tyler Ulbricht, who graduated Saturday with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, applied what he learned in class to a 13-month project, a roller coaster he created named “Rocket Run.”

Source: Love of Roller Coasters Drove Engineering Graduate’s Academic Focus | UToledo News


Getting to Know: University of Toledo (OH) – Educated Quest

 

The University of Toledo is a great value for the money, especially for students who are serious about the health professions.

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Senior Design Expo | UToledo News

John Ruth, a senior studying mechanical engineering, explains the workings of the Manual Moringa Seed Dehuller as Dr. Heidi Appel, dean of the Jesup Scott Honors College and professor of environmental sciences, turns the machine by hand. The student project was among more than 60 others in the College of Engineering’s Senior Design Expo Friday in Nitschke Hall.

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UToledo Engineering Students Showcase Senior Design Projects – NBC 24


Engineering students showcase final projects at UT expo | The Blade

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13 ABC: UToledo College of Engineering Hosts Senior Design Expo – YouTube


Engineering students showcase final projects at UT expo | The Blade

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13 ABC: UToledo Mechanical Engineering Students Design Walkers For Girl With Rare Genetic Condition – YouTube


UT Mechanical Engineering students design walkers for girl with rare genetic condition

 

 

6-year-old from Pemberville weighs 23 pounds due to Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome

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Engineering Graduate Ready for Career in Construction | UToledo News

Stephanie Hill secured a full-time position as a field engineer nine months before she graduated, with the same company she set her sights on during her freshman year.

Source: Engineering Graduate Ready for Career in Construction | UToledo News