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Engineering students showcase capstone projects at CEAS Expo

May 6, 2022

Graduating engineering undergraduates from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science gathered for the inaugural CEAS Expo in April to showcase their senior capstone projects to more than 500 attendees, including faculty, staff, alumni and industry representatives. The event, organized by the college and CEAS Tribunal student government, was held in downtown Cincinnati at the Duke Energy Convention Center.

Alumnus honored for building Black Achievers professional network

March 1, 2022

Michael Moore, a University of Cincinnati mechanical engineering alumnus, was featured by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in its Making Black History celebration honoring seven Black leaders living, working and building legacies in the region. Moore is the founder, CEO and president of Black Achievers, a nonprofit, professional networking organization with more than 4,000 members in Cincinnati and 30,000 nationwide.

UC engineering professor honored for energy process expertise

February 24, 2022

Raj Manglik, a University of Cincinnati professor of mechanical engineering, was awarded the Donald Q. Kern Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers for contributions in the fields of heat transfer, transport phenomena and energy processes. Manglik’s career includes significant research contributions in thermal science and engineering, including an ongoing Department of Energy-supported project to eliminate water-cooled power production and replace it with his patented air-cooled system.

UC welcomes largest group of new global students ever this fall

November 19, 2021

This fall, a record number of international students arrived for the first time at the University of Cincinnati. In spite of ongoing uncertainty over global health and safety, in spite of sometimes chaotic changes to government guidelines or the availability of visa appointments, and in spite of the many complications currently entangling world travel, 1,224 new international students arrived at UC for the first time.

Dayton Inno: UC alumni develop wearable safety device for runners

October 28, 2021

University of Cincinnati biomedical engineering graduate Jack Randall is developing a wearable safety device for runners and cyclists. Zoza, a small, wearable SOS device, can be attached to a shoe or zipper and is intended for endurance athletes who often don’t carry a phone or who travel through remote areas. A user can press a button to send an emergency alert and the device even works in locations where cell service is unavailable.

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