Oct 26, 2011
From staff reports
The Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology will dedicate the new Parker Hannifin Motion and Control Laboratory at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1 in the Stocker Engineering and Technology Center lobby.
The lab space and equipment comes as a result of the Parker Hannifin Corporation’s donation of more than $180,000 in honor of 1973 Russ College alumnus and 35-year employee Jack Myslenski.
Designed to serve as a hydraulics training laboratory, the space will contain Parker Hannifin products such as training equipment, components and control systems.
Speakers will include Roderick J. McDavis, Ohio University president; Dennis Irwin, dean of the Russ College; Jeff Cullman, president of Parker’s worldwide hydraulics group; Pete Klein, chair of the Department of Engineering Technology and Management; and Myslenski. A reception will follow the ceremony.
For more information on the lab, click here.