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Construction management alumna honored for impact in her field

December 5, 2023

Gloria Samuel entered the construction industry more than 20 years ago as a University of Cincinnati co-op student and never looked back. Since then, she has earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees at UC and has taken great pride in giving back to the college by sharing her education and experiences with others as an adjunct faculty and serving on numerous community boards and committees. Currently, she is the Senior Vice President and Director of Construction Program and Project Management for Fifth Third Bank.


UC engineering student works to advance ultrasound technology

November 15, 2023

Elmira Ghahramani, a biomedical engineering PhD student at the University of Cincinnati, first found an interest in medical imaging during her undergraduate studies in Tehran, Iran. Her research aims to address limitations and enhance the efficacy of ultrasound imaging, specifically as it applies to liver tumor thermal ablation. She collaborates with professionals from Cincinnati Children's Hospital and was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month from the College of Engineering and Applied Science.


UC engineering student works to improve speech science technology

November 9, 2023

Speech is one of the most complex tasks many people perform in their daily lives. University of Cincinnati graduate student, Sarah Li, is applying principles of biomedical engineering to the study of speech. She has received several awards for this research and was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month from UC's College of Engineering and Applied Science.


UC engineering professor awarded $2M NIH grant

November 6, 2023

Leyla Esfandiari, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Cincinnati, has received $2 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) to fund her research on small extracellular vesicles (exosomes) and the role they play in nerve regeneration as treatment for nerve injuries or other neurodegenerative diseases.


Alaska Airlines hires its first UC engineering co-op student

October 26, 2023

For University of Cincinnati aerospace engineering student Madison Byrd, her final co-op rotation was noteworthy for more than one reason. Byrd's co-op with Alaska Airlines marked both her final rotation as an undergraduate student and the first UC student to work for the West Coast airline.


UC engineer designs robots to fix satellites

October 2, 2023

The path to higher education looks different for every student. For doctoral student Andrew Barth, the inspiration to pursue a Ph.D. came after fifteen years in the aerospace engineering industry. While at the University of Cincinnati, Barth has been involved in several professional conferences, high school and undergraduate outreach programs, and was recently named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.


UC engineering student researching game controller behaviors

September 25, 2023

University of Cincinnati engineering student Brian Swanson wanted to stay close to home when he began pursuing his doctoral degree. With Bearcat alumni in his family and the university's renowned College of Engineering and Applied Science, UC was the right choice. Swanson is a member of the Intelligent Sensing and Controls Laboratory, a teaching assistant within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and was recently named Graduate Student of the Month by the College.


UC and GE partner to introduce high schoolers to engineering

September 21, 2023

Rising 9th and 10th graders experienced a free, weeklong, immersive engineering camp at the University of Cincinnati as part of GE's Next Engineers program. Students completed hands-on engineering design challenges while being mentored by GE Aerospace volunteers, industry professionals and current College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) students.


Aerospace engineer studying electric aircraft battery health

September 13, 2023

After earning his bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from the University of the Basque Country (EHU) in his home country of Spain, graduate student Jon Ander Martin came to the University of Cincinnati through a dual degree partnership between the two universities. Inspired by a lifelong fascination with aviation, he earned his master’s in aerospace engineering and continued at UC for his Ph.D. program. His research project focuses on battery health management of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for space exploration. He works under the guidance of Kelly Cohen, professor of aerospace engineering, and was selected as Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.