#College Of Engineering

Marquette $60M Business School on Track to Open Dec. 2022

Milwaukee's Marquette University is on track to complete construction of a new, $60-million business school in a year. According to the institution, the facility is the largest donor-funded one in its history. The 100,000-square-foot structure is designed to include collaborative classroom, lab and study spaces; an event space; faculty offices;...
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17 students named Chancellor’s Scholars

Seventeen University of Nebraska–Lincoln students will be recognized as Chancellor’s Scholars during the undergraduate commencement ceremony Dec. 18 at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Chancellor’s Scholars are students who have maintained 4.0 grade-point averages on all collegiate work at Nebraska and elsewhere. Following is a list of Chancellor’s Scholars...
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UT San Antonio

UTSA to herald 3,000+ graduates as Commencement returns to Alamodome

DECEMBER 7, 2021 — Whether on Zoom or in classrooms, UTSA’s fall 2021 class has been through a college journey that often strayed far from “traditional.” On December 11, however, these 3,042 graduates will have the opportunity to walk across the stage at the Alamodome for what many consider the university’s traditional Commencement experience.
University of Arkansas

About 1,500 Students Set to Walk in Two Fall Commencement Ceremonies

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas will celebrate its fall graduating class with two in-person commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec.18 at Bud Walton Arena. Graduates from the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education and Health Professions and interdisciplinary program students will make up the first ceremony starting at 8:30 a.m.

TAKE Solutions appoints Dhamu Narayanan as Chief Operating Officer

TAKE Solutions Ltd has announced the appointment of Dhamu Narayanan as Chief Operating Officer. In his remit as Chief Operating Officer, Dhamu Narayanan will pilot the technology business (non CRO business) at TAKE Solutions.He has been instrumental in the development of nationwide healthcare platform for NHS UK, to manage and ease congestion in their healthcare system and successfully piloted the primary healthcare system in UK and Singapore.Dhamu Narayanan has over 30 years of achievement fueling next‐level operations in multi‐industry environments He has held several leadership roles in Healthcare, Life Sciences, Banking & Finance etc., in SafeCare, NIIT Technologies, iSoft Ltd, Satyam etc., In histenure, he has been a change driver with a history of transforming start‐ups to large organizations enabling a strategy of standalone value when building a network for scale and efficiency.Take Solutions ended at Rs44.35 apiece up by Rs0.45 or 1.03% on the BSE.He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from College of Engineering, Guindy (Chennai) and completed a short‐term Global Leadership course from Harvard Business School.

Two Ohio State engineers elected to National Academy of Inventors

Two engineering faculty at The Ohio State University College of Engineering have been elected to the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) 2021 class of fellows. Ayanna Howard, dean of the College of Engineering, and Stuart Cooper, distinguished professor of chemical engineering, join a class of 164 academic innovators representing universities and governmental or nonprofit research institutes named to the Fellows program this year. They are the 13th and 14th Ohio State inventors to be chosen as NAI fellows.

Osama Aljarrah '21: Choosing a concentration

"I enjoyed pursuing the industrial and systems engineering concentration at the College of Engineering,” says Osama Aljarrah, who recently earned his PhD in engineering and applied science with an industrial and systems engineering option. "The graduate program allowed me to engage in solving a real-world data-driven challenge provided to me directly from the industry by my advisors."

WT commencement set for Saturday

CANYON — More than 1,000 students ages 19 to 65 will graduate in West Texas A&M University’s Saturday commencement ceremonies. Students from the Paul Engler College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, College of Education and Social Sciences and the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities will take part in the 10 a.m. ceremony. ...

Ivey to deliver commencement at South Alabama Fall 2021 graduation ceremony

The University of South Alabama will hold its Fall 2021 commencement ceremonies Friday, December 10 at 2:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 11 at 10:00 a.m. at the USA Mitchell Center. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey will deliver the commencement speech Saturday. Participating colleges include College of Arts and Sciences, College of...

Arizona Gov. Ducey tours Univ. of Arizona wind tunnel project, participates in workforce development roundtable

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was in Tucson last week to tour the Arizona supersonic wind tunnel with UArizona President Bobby Robbins, Raytheon Missiles and Defense President Wes Kremer, and several members of the university’s Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering program. The governor also participated in a roundtable on workforce development. Visiting...

My rank is 46000 in mht cet which college can i get with cse branch.

As per your MHT CET rank and assuming OPEN category , you can get the following colleges with CSE branch after round II as per previous year cut off database :. Terna Public Charitable Trust's College of Engineering, Osmanabad -71201. Mahatma Basaweshwar Education Society's College of Engineering, Ambejogai -55851. But...

Seven graduating NMSU students honored with prestigious award

Seven graduating NMSU students honored with prestigious award. New Mexico State University has a tradition of providing undergraduate and graduate students with exceptional academic programs, highly respected faculty and nationally recognized research programs. The NMSU Alumni Association is honored to recognize some of the best and brightest as fall 2021 Outstanding Graduates:

Purdue researchers test 3D concrete printing system as part of NSF-funded project

Purdue University Ph.D. student Fabian B. Rodriguez (second from right) explains the 3D printing process to faculty advisors Jan Olek (left) and Jeffrey P. Youngblood (second from left) in Purdue University’s Robert L. and Terry L. Bowen Laboratory. They are conducting research into RCAM Technologies' 3D-printed suction anchors to replace traditional anchors for offshore wind plants. (Purdue University photo/Vincent Walter.

Menorah lights up for final Hanukkah night

An 8-foot menorah gleamed outside Purdue Memorial Union on Sunday night to celebrate the last night of Hanukkah. The event was organized by Chabad and Hillel, the two Jewish organizations on campus. Hanukkah is a holiday that lasts for eight days and usually happens around the same time as Christmas,...
USC Gamecock

University presidential finalist to visit campus during final exam week

A top candidate for the next university president withdrew his name from consideration this weekend. Mung Chiang, who The Post and Courier reported was the university's top pick, withdrew due to family considerations, according to a statement USC released from Chiang on Sunday. Chiang is Purdue University’s executive vice president...