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Environmental engineer researches water treatment solutions

June 21, 2024

Katelin “Katie” Weitzel was first drawn to the University of Cincinnati by the esteemed College of Engineering and Applied Science, but her decision was solidified by the groundbreaking work of Dr. Dionysios Dionysiou in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. Weitzel’s interest in water treatment came from growing up in Michigan and witnessing firsthand the impact of a water crisis. During her time at UC she has been awarded the Rindsberg Fellowship, a Graduate Student Award in Environmental Chemistry, and recently was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by CEAS.

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Environmental engineer researches water treatment solutions

June 21, 2024

Katelin “Katie” Weitzel was first drawn to the University of Cincinnati by the esteemed College of Engineering and Applied Science, but her decision was solidified by the groundbreaking work of Dr. Dionysios Dionysiou in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. Weitzel’s interest in water treatment came from growing up in Michigan and witnessing firsthand the impact of a water crisis. During her time at UC she has been awarded the Rindsberg Fellowship, a Graduate Student Award in Environmental Chemistry, and recently was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by CEAS.

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Engineering’s gender gap narrows

June 20, 2024

UC's College of Engineering and Applied Science has launched the careers of many women across engineering disciplines. With much to celebrate, women say there is still more to do to reach equity in the workplace.

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UC app helps people make voices more masculine, feminine

June 20, 2024

The Cincinnati Enquirer highlights a new voice-coaching app developed by UC College of Engineering and Applied Science Associate Professor Vesna Novak. Novak studies intelligent technologies to improve human health and wellness in her electrical engineering lab.

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New AI predicts anxiety levels

June 18, 2024

A new form of artificial intelligence was developed that uses a short picture rating task and a small set of contextual variables to predict whether someone is experiencing anxiety.

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UC engineering students compete in aero design competition

June 12, 2024

The University of Cincinnati has hundreds of student organizations, dozens of which are majority engineering students. This spring, the UC Aerocats flew two aircraft iin the annual Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International Aero Design competition.

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UC awarded $3M to research carbon emissions in Cincinnati

June 12, 2024

The Cincinnati Business Courier highlighted University of Cincinnati Architectural Engineering Professor Amanda Webb and her recent awards to fund projects to reduce carbon emissions. Webb has been awarded more than $3M from the National Science Foundation and Department of Energy to fund multiple projects.

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NKY company faces skilled labor shortage

June 11, 2024

The Business Courier highlighted an engineering academy for high school students sponsored by GE Aerospace and administered by UC's College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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NEXT Innovation Scholar mixes global outreach with new ideas

June 10, 2024

As a first-generation student from Dubai, Jonathan Raj’s international background has been instrumental in shaping his expertise in intercultural communication and cross-disciplinary collaboration through the University of Cincinnati's NEXT Innovation Scholars program.

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Who was the first man on the moon?

June 7, 2024

USA Today highlights the handful of people who have walked on the moon, including Neil Armstrong. He left NASA to teach at aerospace engineering at UC.

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UC professors named scientific society fellows

June 7, 2024

Three University of Cincinnati professors were named to the 2023 class of American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellows, a distinguished lifetime honor within the scientific community. From UC's College of Arts and Sciences, Carlton Brett, a professor in the department of geosciences, and George Uetz, a biological sciences professor, were honored. Dionysios Dionysiou, a professor of environmental engineering in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, was honored posthumously.

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