Engineering and Applied Science Year in Review 2019

The University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), already known for its popular experiential learning program and world-class research, had quite a year in 2019.

Summer Bridge students standing on steps

The 2019 Summer Bridge class. Photo/Corrie Stookey/CEAS

Students

UC students delivering the winch they designed and built.

UC engineering students worked with the nonprofit group QL+ to design and build a custom winch for a retired military veteran to help him attach his heavy scooter lift to his truck. Photo/Michael Miller

Faculty

Faculty in CEAS were busy in laboratories and classrooms, getting plenty of recognition for innovation and excellence.

CEAS faculty accomplished the following in 2019:

Left to right Daewoo Han, PhD student, UC professor Andrew Steckl, PhD and Serdar Tort, PhD talk in professor Andrew Steckl’s lab at Rhodes Hall. UC/ Joseph Fuqua II

UC engineering professor Andrew Steckl, center, talks with senior research associate Daewoo Han, left, and visiting research fellow Serdar Tort. Photo/Joseph Fuqua II/UC Creative Services

Other accomplishments

In addition to student and faculty accomplishments in 2019, CEAS accomplished or was recognized in other ways. UC's College of Engineering and Applied Science:

This review is just a partial list. To read about more CEAS accomplishments in 2019, visit the college’s news page.

Honored on the field during the UC vs. UCLA football game Gary Slater, left, Paul Orkwis, Rick Armstrong, Awatef Hamed, Ralph Spitzen, Mark Armstrong, and Tom Black. Photo/Corrie Stookey/CEAS Marketing

Honored on the field during the UC vs. UCLA football game Gary Slater, left, Paul Orkwis, Rick Armstrong, Awatef Hamed, Ralph Spitzen, Mark Armstrong, and Tom Black. Photo/Corrie Stookey/CEAS Marketing

Featured image at top: A student in UC's chapter of Engineers without Borders talks with children at a local school in Tanzania. In Roche, the chapter recently built several water distribution lines for a school, serving 1,400 people. Photo/Provided

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