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Students

1500


Co-ops Annually

12


Bachelors Degrees

10


MS and PhD

Current News Stories

Students

  • Rocket Motorsports 2018 Season

    Season progression recap of the 2018 season of Rocket Motorsports. Catch us at Formula North, Lincoln, Pittsburgh shootout, LTU, and the Toronto shootout later this year.

  • Best Student Paper Award

    Best Student Paper Award

    Praveen Damacharla won the AHFE Conference 2018 "Best Student Paper Award", co-authored by Drs.Ahmad Javaid and Vijay Devabhaktuni.

  • National Pitcher of the Week

    National Pitcher of the Week- Sam Shutes

    Toledo’s senior pitcher Sam Shutes was named National Pitcher of the Week by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA).

  • 2018 Outstanding Mechanical Engineering Student

    2018 Outstanding Mechanical Engineering Student- Patrick Delaney

    Patrick Delaney is the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Mechanical Engineering Student Award.

  • Rubin H. Kramer Awardee

    Rubin H. Kramer Awardee- Derek Denti

    Derek Denti is the award recipient of the Rubin H. Kramer Award.

  • Sastri-Deshpande Awardee

    Sastri-Deshpande Awardee- Sarah Wojnarowski

    Sarah Wojnarowski is the award recipient of the Sastri-Deshpande Award.

  • Inspiring PhD Student

    PhD Student's Hard Work Pays Off

    Prabaha (James) Sikder was one of 75 students throughout the country chosen for an internship through NSF's Non-Academic Research Internship Program from possibly thousands of applications. Sikder thanks his adviser, Dr. Bhaduri, for everything he has done to help him get where he is today.

  • OZY Genius Award Winner

    OZY Genius Award Winner- Carla Marzari

    “The OZY Genius Award will help catapult CodeWeGo” from a side project into a fully fledged educational tool, she says. The plan is to have a beta version ready for testing in Spanish-speaking classrooms around the world by the end of the summer.

  • 1st Place Winners of One Water 2018

    1st Place Winners of One Water 2018

    PhD students Lei Li and Youchul Jeon received 1st place students’ research competition awards from the American Water Works Association Ohio Annual Conference. Youchul Jeon won in the 2018 Student Poster Competition. Lei Li, 1st in the 2018 Fresh Research Idea Competition, will next represent Ohio at the AWWA National Conference in 2019.

  • Living the Mission (Collegiate)Scholarship Winner

    Living the Mission (Collegiate) Scholarship Winner

    Ibeh Omodolor is the recipient of the Living the Mission (Collegiate) Scholarship.

Faculty/Staff

  • Outstanding Contribution in Scholarship and Creative Activity

    Outstanding Scholarship and Creative Activity

    President Sharon L. Gaber and Provost Andrew Hsu have recognized 26 faculty members from across campus with outstanding contributions in scholarly or creative activity over the past three years.

  • Capitol Hill

    CNSF Exhibition 2018

    NSF-funded scientists and engineers reveal discoveries that will help keep the nation competitive and drive future economic growth while protecting Americans’ health and safety.

  • ONR Receives Grant

    Faculty Member Receives Grant from Office of Naval Research

    Raghav Khanna received a 3 year grant for $375,000 from the US Office of Naval Research. This grant funds research that investigates the applicability of a new material, gallium nitride (GaN) to be used for the power conditioning circuitry of next generation electric Navy ships.

  • Dr.Rizvi's Group Wins NSF Grant

    Dr.Rizvi Awarded NSF Grant

    The National Science Foundation awarded Dr. Reza Rizvi a three-year, nearly $400,000 grant to refine his newly developed method to continuously and rapidly produce 2D-layered materials using high-pressure gases, into a means for mass production with the potential to transform U.S. manufacturing.

  • Rubio and Kim Win Award

    Ana Alba-Rubio and Dong-Shik Kim Win $300,000 grant from NSF

    The goal of this proposal is to make a robust and reusable sensor for hydroxyl radicals. The sensor is regarded as greatly beneficial not only for medical diagnosis (cancer or Alzheimer’s disease), but also for fuel cells, and environmental monitoring.

  • Spatio-Temporal Data Analysis with Dynamic Network Models

    Faculty Member Receives $200,000 Grant from National Science Foundation

    Kevin Xu and his group received an NSF Award for 3 years and involves a collaboration between 3 institutions: UT, the Ohio State University, and the University of San Francisco. The project, titled "Spatio-Temporal Data Analysis with Dynamic Network Models", is funded by a joint effort between the National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Geospatial Intelligence Agency through an NSF program in the Division of Mathematical Sciences called “Algorithms for Threat Detection”.

  • Rocket Fuel Fund

    Chemical Engineering Faculty Win Award from UT Rocket Fuel Fund

    Dr. Ana Alba-Rubio and Dr. Maria Coleman, both of the Chemical Engineering Department, will be receiving $50,000 from the UT Rocket Fuel Fund to develop technology on “Soluble and reusable superacid polymer catalysts for 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) production.” HMF is a molecule obtained from sugar, which can be converted into 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA), which is a precursor of renewable plastics (non-petroleum based). They are trying to speed the production of HMF, so renewable plastics can be obtained more efficiently.

  • ONR Receives Grant

    Faculty Member Receives Grant from Office of Naval Research

    Raghav Khanna received a 3 year grant for $375,000 from the US Office of Naval Research. This grant funds research that investigates the applicability of a new material, gallium nitride (GaN) to be used for the power conditioning circuitry of next generation electric Navy ships.

  • Dr.Rizvi's Group Wins NSF Grant

    Dr.Rizvi's Group Awarded NSF Grant

    Dr. Rizvi and his group recieved an NSF Award in CMMI Nanomanufacturing. The title is "Scalable Nanomanufacturing of Two-Dimensional Materials by High Speed Compressible Gas Flow Exfoliation.

  • Rubio and Kim Win Award

    Ana Alba-Rubio and Dong-Shik Kim Win $300,000 grant from NSF

    The goal of this proposal is to make a robust and reusable sensor for hydroxyl radicals. The sensor is regarded as greatly beneficial not only for medical diagnosis (cancer or Alzheimer’s disease), but also for fuel cells, and environmental monitoring.


At the UT College of Engineering, a mandatory co-op program, possibilities for entrepreneurship and commercialization, and hands-on opportunities for community engagement prepare students to be practicing engineers and leaders in the field. UT engineering students are creative problem solvers, ready to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

 

 

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Co-op and career development

Our mandatory co-op program is one of only 8 such programs in the U.S. With three full semesters of work experience before graduation, UT engineering students are ready for career success.

prospective students
prospective students

The College of Engineering provides undergraduate and graduate students with a comprehensive, practical, and hands on education. Now offering a NEW Environmental Engineering major!

Alumni and giving
alumni and Giving

With your participation and support, the College of Engineering will continue to rise to prominence as a national leader in education and research.

 
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Last Updated: 9/11/18