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Engineering Education

The Department of Engineering Education (DEE) transforms the way undergraduates are educated in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, particularly during their first two years.

The department’s focus is on helping engineering students be successful in their educational programs and engineering careers through innovative teaching, tutoring and mentoring, as well as other student-support resources. 

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International co-op and studies enrich computer science...

April 9, 2021

University of Cincinnati student Tosha Bapat came into the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) unsure of which major to pursue. Starting in the Freshman Engineering Program and exploring a variety of courses helped Bapat discover her passion: computer science. As she prepares to graduate, Bapat shares her story through cooperative education (co-op) jobs in both industry and research, a year spent studying and working abroad in Hong Kong and Japan, and her commitment to making a difference through student groups.

Mechanical engineering student builds skills in co-op

March 4, 2021

Avyay Putsherry, who will graduate with his bachelor’s in mechanical engineering technology from the University of Cincinnati in spring 2021, said his experience as a cooperative education (co-op) worker for two automotive companies has helped give him the confidence and technical skills to prepare him for his future. Putsherry was named Undergraduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

First engineering education student paves the way

March 3, 2021

Jutshi Agarwal is blazing a trail as the first student enrolled in the newly minted engineering education graduate program at the University of Cincinnati. The engineering education graduate program, which offers both a master of science and a doctor of philosophy path, encompasses the research and study of how to best educate engineering students at all levels, from grade schoolers through college students and even workforce development.

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