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The University of Toledo offered an exciting one-day workshop on Friday, July 29 for current high school students who graduate in 2017 or 2018 interested in exploring the field of environmental engineering. The workshop focussed on sustainability and water, key topics of concern in the Great Lakes Region. Professors and students were available to guide through the lab sessions and give in-depth knowledge of each area.
Hamid Omidvarborna (PhD student) received the "Runners Up" paper award among all the YP (Young Professionals under 35 years) presentations in Air during the 2016 A&WMA Conference in New Orleans. His paper is : "Application of Stochastic Simulation Algorithms (SSA) to NOx Emissions from Combustion of Simplified Biodiesel Surrogate Fuel in Low-Temperature Combustion (LTC) by Hamid Omidvarborna, Ashok Kumar, and Dong-Shik Kim".
While Ms. Mounika Sajja received third prize among the MS student posters presented during the 2016 A&WMA Conference held in New Orleans in June. The Title of the poster is: "EXAMINATION OF INDOOR RADON CONCENTRATIONS WITH TIME VARIATION IN OHIO, 1999-2014".
Katie Burns a senior in Civil Engineering has been selected as one of 10 outstanding civil engineering undergraduates named to the American Society of Civil Engineers 2015 New Faces of Civil Engineering–College Edition http://blogs.asce.org/future-professionals-on-display-with-asces-new-faces-of-civil-engineering-college-edition/ ".
Dr. Serhan Guner started as an Assistant Professor in Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Toledo, Ohio. He is an Adjunct Professor at Ryeson University, Ontario. Explore his research interests.
The University of Toledo is an Equal Access, Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and Educator.
News: Dr Defne Apul received a collaborative NSF grant to develop new curriculum on infrastructure engineering. With this grant The University of Toledo will be one of eight institutions establishing the Center for Infrastructure Transformation and Education (CIT-E). The UT's focus on this grant will be development and offering of new learning modules focusing on energy and environmental impact analysis of infrastructure systems.
News: National Institute of Technology (NIT), Kurukshetra, India, has signed an MoU with the University of Toledo to co-operate in terms of academics and research (e.g. faculty exchange). The MoU encourages faculty, knowledge, and student exchange between both the parties. Given the above context, Dr. A. Kumar (Chair, Civil Engineering) and Dr. V. Devabhaktuni (Associate Professor, EECS Department), both from the University of Toledo, interacted with Department Chairs, Faculty, Postgraduate, and Undergraduate Students of Civil, Computer, ECE, and Electrical Departments of NIT. Drs. Kumar and Devabhaktuni held several meetings coordinated by the Center for Continuing Education & External Collaboration (CCEEC) of NIT during October 14-15, 2009. One of the several objectives is "graduate student recruitment". The meetings were attended by 150-200 faculty and students of NIT.
The State of Post-Graduate Environmental Education in the United States: This article appears in the September 2012 issue of EM Magazine, a publication of the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA; www.awma.org). To obtain copies and reprints, please contact A&WMA directly at 1-412-232-3444.
How Should Students Prepare for the Job Market? Successful students have one eye on the job market as they progress toward their college graduation. They are interested and ready to participate in a variety of activities at school to help with their job search after graduation. Today’s job market is tough, and the global economy is going nowhere. However, the 2010–2011 job outlook report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated that the employment of environmental scientists, engineers, and specialists is expected to increase by more than 25% over the next decade. Job growth is likely to be strongest in private consulting firms.
The Department of Civil Engineering, at The University of Toledo, is looking for motivated students to pursue masters or doctoral degrees in civil engineering areas for Fall 2013.
The Department of Civil Engineering has overall research expenditures of nearly $1 million per year from grants, contracts, and internal allocations. Qualified students will receive full tuition waivers and a stipend from the department, for at least one academic year. While we are looking for qualified students all the time, we currently have immediate openings for the coming semesters.
Please apply online using the Graduate School web site.
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