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UToledo Electrical Engineer Featured in Children’s Book About Africa

January 15, 2021

“Great Minds and Finds in Africa” features Dr. Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga, UToledo assistant professor of electrical engineering technology in the College of Engineering, who researches battery power systems.

UToledo Electrical Engineer Appointed to Lead New Regulatory Agency in Africa

January 12, 2021

Dr. Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga started in the position in August and continues to teach and conduct research on battery power systems at UToledo during the week and live full time in Toledo with her family.

Toilet Tech: Toledo Team Developing Flushable Wipes That Are Actually Safe To Flush

January 5, 2021

Dr. Yakov Lapitsky, UToledo professor of chemical engineering, discusses the $24,985 grant his team received from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to develop a type of wet wipe that will dissolve like toilet paper when flushed. Read: Toilet Tech: Toledo Team Developing Flushable Wipes That Are Actually Safe To Flush

Chemical Engineering Student Pushes Through Loss, Hardship to Graduate

December 22, 2020

Eleanor Ajoku's father died last year, her sister was killed in a car accident this summer and only weeks before graduation she was in a serious car accident that put her in the hospital.

U.S. EPA Funds Student Project to Turn Wet Wipes Into Toilet Paper When Flushed

December 21, 2020

The one-year, $24,985 grant is for a sustainable wastewater management project led by UToledo engineering students.

Engineering Graduate Joins Power Company Following Five Co-Op Rotations

December 18, 2020

Karmyn Wilford is well prepared to join American Electric Power’s Ohio Transmission Projects organization where she will work on the state’s power grid.

Engineering Graduate Lands Position at Co-Op Firm

December 17, 2020

Cody Lepiarz credits the support of his faculty for encouraging him to reach his goals and serving as his role models.

Graduate Thankful for Support of Engineering Staff

December 16, 2020

Yaminee Patel received her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering on Dec. 6 and in January joins Amazon in Seattle as a robotics deployment engineer.

Chemical Engineering Graduate Proud of Leadership Opportunities

December 14, 2020

Luke Gorbett is proud of his positive impact at UToledo as part of the Roy and Marcia Armes Engineering Leadership Institute and the University of Toledo Engineering Council. 

UToledo Awarded $1.8 Million to Develop Workforce in Specialized Area of Cybersecurity

December 10, 2020

UToledo was awarded $1.8 million for its part of the $30 million project led by Dr. Mohammed Niamat, professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the College of Engineering.