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Construction management student finds niche in leadership roles

April 14, 2021

Construction management student Phillip Stoll made the most of his time at the University of Cincinnati by participating in construction competitions, leading organizations like the Construction Student Association and mentoring younger students. Stoll, who was named Undergraduate Engineer of the Month by UC College of Engineering and Applied Science, will graduate this spring with a job offer from a former co-op employer.

Students make mark in home builders competition

February 17, 2021

A team of University of Cincinnati students placed third in the National Association of Home Builders competition. The UC team comprised students from construction management, architectural engineering and civil engineering majors within the College of Engineering and Applied Science and real estate and marketing majors in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business as they played the role of a regional home building firm. Fischer Homes advised the team.

Alumnus Steve Schaefer retires from namesake firm

January 14, 2021

Steve Schaefer, a two-time University of Cincinnati graduate, retired from his namesake structural engineering firm on December 31, 2020. He started Schaefer in 1976 in Cincinnati and served as president until 2006 when he shifted to a principal role. Schaefer earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and his MBA from UC in 1970 and 1976, respectively. The UC College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) awarded him the Herman Schneider Distinguished Alumni Award in 2007.

Professor aims to improve energy efficiency in buildings

December 8, 2020

Amanda Webb, assistant professor of architectural engineering at the University of Cincinnati, is committed to making the buildings in which we live and work more energy efficient. Her research work centers on improving energy performance in modern buildings and how to effectively retrofit historic buildings to preserve them while improving energy use. Webb was named the 2020 recipient of the New Investigator Award from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

WVXU: UC study shows disparity in energy bills

September 11, 2020

The University of Cincinnati is helping Cincinnati address a disparity in energy efficiency in the city's multifamily rental market. Unlike homeowners, renters are at the mercy of landlords to make improvements that could save money on monthly energy bills. Uninsulated walls, drafty windows or old HVAC systems can result in uncomfortable living spaces and high utility bills, which can place a disproportionate financial burden on tenants.

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