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  • OHIO team competes in statewide FlyOhio Vertiport Challenge

    An interdisciplinary team of four undergraduate students recently competed in the FlyOhio Vertiport Innovation Challenge in collaboration with industry, government, education and community partners on Oct. 1-8, 2021.  Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • Engineering Technology and Management student wins Warner Award for undergraduate research

    Reed Mechley, BSETM ’21, recently graduated from Ohio University, but he did not graduate without making his mark on undergraduate research.

    After working in Dr. Yuqiu You’s lab, Mechley was able to collaborate on a research project which culminated in his win of the Epsilon Pi Tau Warner Award for Undergraduate Student Research in 2021.

    Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • OHIO alumnus to speak on thriving with ADHD

    OHIO’s Student Accessibility Services will host a virtual presentation by alumnus Don Finley entitled “Thriving with ADHD” from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to join via Microsoft Teams to hear from Finley about his experience as a professional working with emerging technology, the Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence, and thriving with ADHD.

    Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • Pair of Historic Alumnae Land in Same Airline Group

    When Mallory Cave, then Mallory Pollard, BSA ’09, graduated from Ohio University, she became the first black woman to graduate from OHIO with a bachelor of science in aviation. 

    She didn’t want to be the last. And, she wouldn’t be. In 2019, Laurél Davis, BSA ‘19, became the second. Now, the two Russ College of Engineering and Technology alumnae are flying for the same airline company and hoping to inspire other young black females that they, too, can fly in the skies.  Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • Air Force ROTC cadets gain valuable experiences

    Students of OHIO’s Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) program gained experiential learning and on-the-job training experiences this past spring and summer.  Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • Juedes, Koonce Named Associate Deans for Russ College of Engineering and Technology

    Moss Professor of Engineering and Russ College Dean Mei Wei has announced the appointment of Dr. David Juedes to serve as associate dean of academics for the Russ College of Engineering and Technology, effective immediately. Wei has also announced the appointment of Dr. David Koonce to serve as associate dean of research and graduate education in the college, effective Aug. 16. Koonce will serve in this role until a national search for the position concludes.  Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • Ohio University Mourns the Passing of Industrial and Systems Engineering Professor

    Dr. Gürsel Süer, professor of industrial and systems engineering at Ohio University’s Russ College of Engineering and Technology, passed away suddenly on Wednesday, July 14. A faculty member at OHIO for 20 years, he was born on May 20, 1960, in Turkey. Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • Ohio University celebrates the life and immeasurable legacy of alumnus Ray Fogg Sr.

    Ohio University mourns the profound loss of Raymon B. Fogg Sr., BSCE ’53, HON ’14, whose innate entrepreneurial mind, humanitarian heart, and lifelong commitment to service exemplified the Bobcat spirit and were an inspiration to the entire OHIO community. Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • Ohio University students win competitive Air Force ROTC scholarships

    Ohio University’s Air Force ROTC Detachment 650 announced the awarding of In-College Scholarships to two cadets who are pursuing degrees in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology.

    Jasson Aguilera, a sophomore from Ironton, Ohio, is an aviation major. Brady Taylor, a junior from Gallipolis, Ohio, is an aviation flight and aviation management double major. Read the full article at OHIO News. 

  • Russ College alumni, student team up to develop patent-pending phone call transcription device

    As a patent attorney, Ohio University graduate Mike Medley, BSEE ’01, has drafted and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications. But in recent months, he has been pursuing some patents of his own, collaborating with two fellow Bobcats to develop a device that transcribes phone conversations in real time—all to help individuals with hearing impairments better connect with their loved ones. Read the full article at OHIO News.