Stories tagged with: Cutler Scholars

Fulbright Humphrey Fellows to visit OHIO for Professional Enhancement Workshop on climate change

March 19, 2024 Ohio University will host 12 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows for a Professional Enhancement Workshop focused on climate change from March 25-29,

'Don't waste your time': Fellowship keeps Sarah Ladipo at OHIO

February 13, 2024 The David M. Crane fellowship allows this 2023 Commencement speaker to continue her studies at the university she loves.

Veronica Jennings finds intersection of environmental studies and electrical engineering

July 26, 2023 For Veronica Jennings, a second-year student majoring in electrical engineering and minoring in computer science, finding the intersection of environmental studies and her major proved challenging.

Mechanical engineering senior makes the most of the Bobcat experience

April 7, 2023 When it comes to experiential learning opportunities, senior Cassidy Serger has made the most of her Bobcat experience. 

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.  

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.

From Capitol Hill to capital firm: Sarah Ladipo's latest internship takes her inside startup culture

June 30, 2022 She’s interned on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and on a gender project with Harvard. Next, Sarah O. Ladipo is getting an inside look at a venture capital firm in Columbus, Ohio, this summer.

Russ College team places first in WERC Environmental Design Contest

April 29, 2022 A team of six chemical engineering students won first place in their task at the 32nd WERC Environmental Design Contest in Las Cruces, N.M.

Message from an OHIO senior: Don’t be afraid to say 'yes'

April 26, 2022 Ohio University senior Ellen Gill-Franks' next academic stop is law school at the University of Cincinnati College of Law next fall.

From an engineering classroom to a career in biotechnology

April 13, 2022 For fourth-year mechanical engineering student, Laura Ndoigo, a job after graduation naturally fell into place.

Three students are re-engineering how to get Cedar Point ready for summer fun

April 6, 2022 Industrial and systems engineering students Danielle Klein, Maddie McNamara and Meghan Harris are hard at work on the Cedar Point project.

Klein builds confidence in engineering through practice and support

March 20, 2022 It is a common misconception that all engineering students must be born with a natural gift in math or science to succeed.

Russ College graduate strives for accessibility in space infrastructure

March 8, 2022 For 2019 mechanical engineering graduate Tanner Wick, the Russ College of Engineering and Technology prepared him to influence the trajectory of space infrastructure.

Making space for women in engineering

February 8, 2022 For undergraduate mechanical engineering student Cassidy Serger, the seemingly endless possibilities for engineering have captivated her and her research.

29 Park Place transformed into new Academic Engagement Center that will open Fall 2021

July 26, 2021 OHIO has repurposed the former presidential residence at 29 Park Place into the new Academic Engagement Center, a space designed for collaboration and to raise the profile of academic engagement.