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Civil engineering student aims to connect construction and community

May 13, 2024

Ever since he was a child, Joseph Cortas was enthralled by the energy of construction sites. While his initial fascination centered on large trucks, his childhood interest sent him down a path of professional and personal discovery. Today, Cortas is a fourth-year student concurrently pursuing bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering through the ACCEND accelerated degree program at the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS).

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Civil engineering professor honored with Titan of Industry award

May 1, 2024

Richard Miller, University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science professor, was recently celebrated with the Titan of the Industry award by the Prestressed/Precast Concrete Institute, a technical institute and industry trade association.

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UC engineering co-op medalist excels through 6 co-op experiences

April 15, 2024

Ever since she garnered an appreciation for chemistry in high school, fifth-year University of Cincinnati student Jaclyn Bashore has not looked back. When she graduates with a chemical engineering degree and a minor in chemistry this spring, Bashore will have had six co-op experiences — along with a new full-time job at AbbVie, a biopharmaceutical research company with whom she did two co-op rotations. To commemorate her exceptional co-op work, the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science awarded Bashore the 2024 Herman Schneider Medal, an annual award given to a graduating senior who demonstrates outstanding success as a co-op student.

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UC welcomes six engineering faculty

February 28, 2024

The University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science welcomed six new faculty members at the start of the 2023-24 Spring semester.

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Second-year student works to advance medical technology and campus outreach

February 23, 2024

“There is no point of waiting to be an upperclassman to try to take on a leadership role.” These are the words of self-given advice that have guided University of Cincinnati student Adolphus Addison – advice that he also hopes to extend towards fellow young engineers. Currently in his second year studying biomedical engineering at UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, Addison has already amassed an impressive list of accomplishments.

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Engineering student aims to develop a more sustainable world

November 20, 2023

As an aspiring power engineer, University of Cincinnati student Matt Smeal hopes to contribute to a more sustainable world by working towards better energy solutions. Smeal is a fifth-year electrical engineering student at the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) specializing in electric energy systems with a minor in environmental studies. Currently, he serves as vice president for Clean Up Cincy, a volunteer litter clean-up organization, and is a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity and Theta Tau engineering fraternity. He is also one of the first students to enroll in CEAS’s new Master of Engineering in Sustainable Energy, through the ACCEND program. ACCEND enables undergraduate students to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees concurrently.

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Groundbreaking engineer honored with alumni award

November 17, 2023

University of Cincinnati alumnus Keith Boswell embarked on a remarkable career journey that spanned more than 38 years at Caterpillar, Inc. His enduring commitment to excellence and his contributions to the engineering industry and his community were recently celebrated by his alma mater. Boswell was presented with the 2023 Herman Schneider Distinguished Alumni Award by the University of Cincinnati Alumni Association and the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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Seven engineering faculty join UC

November 15, 2023

The University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science welcomed seven new faculty members starting in August 2023 at the start of the 2023-24 fall semester. There were an additional six faculty members that joined CEAS at the start of the 2022-23 spring semester in January 2023.

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UC engineer explores better materials for clean energy solutions

November 1, 2023

Matt Steiner, assistant professor of materials science and engineering at UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), is working to solve a piece of the puzzle that could lead to the development of more accessible alternative magnets. Steiner received the prestigious Department of Energy Early Career Research Award in 2023, granting him $875,000 to continue this research project over the next five years.