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Russ College of Engineering and Technology

Thinking. Making. Doing. Transforming.

Russ College of Engineering and Technology

Experience makes the best building blocks. 

At the Russ College of Engineering and Technology, we understand that the workforce prefers professionals who are custom-tailored, never mass-produced. In addition to honing your technical skills, we focus on the fact that soft skills are some of the strongest materials you can work with. Using real-world problems, we give you the hands-on experience you need to get the job you want right after graduation. Above all, you will learn that what you create today can change you—and society—forever.

97% Job Placement

Our dedicated career staff provides personalized coaching and invaluable networking opportunities.

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4 Years to Graduation

Undergraduates can finish in four years, including valuable hands-on internship experiences.

Internship Opportunities

100% Engagement

Every undergraduate student participates in experiential learning activities, such as competitions and research.


Russ College News

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  • Ohio University mourns the loss of aviation trailblazer Joan Mace

    Joan Mace, alumna and chair of Ohio University’s Department of Aviation from 1985 to 1993, passed away on Tuesday, December 28, 2021. Mace left a lasting, immeasurable impact on Ohio University. Beyond the university, she was trailblazer in aviation, marking a path and extending a hand for women to follow in her footsteps — or rather her flightpath.  Read the full article at OHIO News. 
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  • Renovations underway to create new collaborative research space for Russ College

    Ohio University Russ College of Engineering and Technology students will have a new space to research and collaborate in 2023. The West Union Street Office Center (WUSOC) is undergoing renovations and will eventually become the new Russ Research Opportunity Center (RROC).  Read the full article at OHIO News. 
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  • Representation Matters: Creating breakthroughs in engineering

    For Ohio University alumna Paige Love, BSISE ’16, seeing women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) was a catalytic moment in her journey to becoming an engineer. Her own experience as a woman in technology — influenced by other women in technology — initiated her mission to increase the representation and visibility of diverse populations in STEM.  Read the full article at OHIO News. 
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Russ College Events


Thursday, January 27 Resume Workshop 1:00 PM — 2:30 PM Academic & Research Center (ARC)

Thursday, February 3 Talha Furkan Canan Final Dissertation Defense 9:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Friday, February 4 Employer Interactions Workshop 1:00 PM — 2:30 PM Academic & Research Center (ARC)