Russ College of Engineering and Technology

Winkler practices leadership in engineering management

December 8, 2022 Samuel Winkler worked as a process engineering intern for Stirling Ultracold and led a project to streamline processes on a factory floor to improve efficiency and flow.  

Computer science students build Discord bot in HACK OHI/O competition

November 22, 2022 Computer science students Justin Garey, Reilly Schultz and Silas Springer traveled to Columbus, Ohio to represent Ohio University in a collegiate hackathon, a coding competition.

Russ College graduate Drake Purdum pursues dreams to work at NASA

November 17, 2022 Drake Purdum, BSEE '22, dreamed of one day working at NASA and through an internship at NASA Glenn Research Center, Purdum landed his dream job as an electronics engineer.

Computer science students attend Hackcon X to plan for Capture the Flag competition

October 17, 2022 In preparation for Ohio University’s Capture the Flag (CTF) competition, computer science students Josh Marusek and Alex Williams attended the Major League Hacking’s Hackcon X conference on August 26-28, 2022. 

Almanza finds intersection between art, diversity and engineering

October 10, 2022 Sophia Almanza, fourth year chemical engineering student, wanted a career where she could combine her interests in science, art and diversity. She quickly discovered that this intersectionality was captured by chemical engineering.  

OHIO students place first, second and third in international Wikipedia editing competition

September 29, 2022 Computer science students in Data Mining and Data Science worked toward the same goal — to improve a Wikipedia page with more robust descriptions, key visuals and reliable sources.

ROTC cadets gain transformative experiences around the world

September 23, 2022 Eight Ohio University senior Army ROTC cadets scattered around the world over the summer for Cadet Troop Leader Training and Project GO opportunities.

McCarty pursues biomedical engineering to work towards cure for multiple sclerosis

September 22, 2022 When Emily McCarty's sister was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, she immediately recognized a need for improved healthcare around MS and shifted her focus to biomedical engineering.

Cavlovich leads the way for women in chemical engineering

September 8, 2022 Cavlovich is a fifth-year chemical engineering student in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology who took her fourth year to co-op with Chemours in Marietta, Ohio.

Hagen Childers explores the versatility of chemical engineering

September 8, 2022 For Hagen Childers, fourth year chemical engineering student, it was the wealth of opportunity that attracted her to chemical engineering.

Chemical Engineering student selected for prestigious Tau Beta Pi scholarship

August 22, 2022 Fourth year chemical engineering student Dominic Riepenhoff has been awarded the Tau Beta Pi scholarship.

Fairfield County Workforce Center hosts the Totally Tech-Bot robotics camp

August 11, 2022 The Fairfield County Workforce Center hosted the Totally Tech-Bot robotics camp, creating hands-on opportunities for middle schoolers to engage with equipment used in modern manufacturing.

Aviation student embraces summer coursework as he learns to fly

June 15, 2022 Since his time in high school in Omaha, Nebraska, Garrett Carbullido Negley has always embraced discipline as his key to his academic success.

Computer science students design and compete in Capture the Flag contest

May 9, 2022 Computer science students designed and participated in a Capture the Flag contest, which is a contest in which “flags” are hidden within programs or websites to be discovered by competitors.

Republic Airways jet visits Ohio University

April 27, 2022 The Gordon K. Bush Ohio University Airport is home to a variety of small aircraft used to train students in aviation.