UT College of Engineering News

Archive for December, 2023

(4) 13 ABC: UToledo College of Engineering Cuts Ribbon on Newly Renovated Facility – YouTube


Celebrating Renovations | UToledo News

The College of Engineering opened the renovated North Engineering Building on Dec. 14 with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Source: Celebrating Renovations | UToledo News


University of Toledo showcases engineering building renovations | The Blade

Source: University of Toledo showcases engineering building renovations | The Blade


Engineering the Future | UToledo News

Prathana Thapa, left, a computer science and engineering student, and Amy Nguyen, a computer science and engineering student, adjust the augmented reality holographic display on Priyan Kabatil, an information technology student, during Friday’s UToledo Engineering Senior Design Expo in Nitschke Hall.

Source: Engineering the Future | UToledo News


UT engineering students display projects at Senior Design Expo | The Blade

Source: UT engineering students display projects at Senior Design Expo | The Blade


International Student Proud of Personal Growth, Accomplishments at UToledo | UToledo News

José Carlos Arnal de la Peña graduates Dec. 16 with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.

Source: International Student Proud of Personal Growth, Accomplishments at UToledo | UToledo News


UToledo to Host Ribbon-Cutting in Renovated North Engineering Building on Dec. 14 | UToledo News

The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. A reception with self-guided tours will follow until 2 p.m.

Source: UToledo to Host Ribbon-Cutting in Renovated North Engineering Building on Dec. 14 | UToledo News


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(3) 13 ABC: Bedford High School Partners With UToledo for Pre-Engineering Program – YouTube


Co-Op Program Helped Fortify Chemical Engineering Graduate’s Future | UToledo News

Skyler Parker had five internships with Marathon Petroleum as a student, and in January will join the company’s Detroit refinery as a tech service engineer.

Source: Co-Op Program Helped Fortify Chemical Engineering Graduate’s Future | UToledo News