Cleveland State University

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Cleveland State University,

at Cleveland, Ohio; coeducational; founded 1964, incorporating Fenn College (est. 1923). The Cleveland-Marshall School of law was incorporated in 1969. The university presently consists of seven colleges, including arts and sciences, business administration, engineering, education, law, graduate studies, and urban affairs.
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Antonie van den Bogert, an internationally renowned researcher in biomechanics, has been named the Parker Hannifin Endowed Chair in Human Motion and Control and will begin work this Fall in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at CSU s Fenn College of Engineering.
He earned a Bachelor's of Science in civil engineering from Fenn College of Engineering at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio.
They had three sons: John, William, and Richard, while Bob worked his way through Fenn College in Cleveland.
He graduated from John Adams High School in 1944 and from Fenn College with a degree in finance.
Professional customers and Fenn College of Engineering students at Cleveland State University were offered a close look at state-of-the-art LED systems featured on the GE Lighting Revolution Tour truck parked on the CSU campus; while
He went on to Fenn College and did an apprenticeship at Balas Collett Machine Tool Co.
Built in 1929 for the National Town and Country Club, which went bankrupt during the Depression after hosting just one event, the building was purchased by Fenn College in 1937.
Hladis holds a Masters of Science in Industrial Operations from the College of Management at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, MI and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Fenn College of Engineering at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, OH.
The morning ceremony will be for graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Fenn College of Engineering and First College.
This memorandum is very much in line with Cleveland State University's plans for EECS growth as outlined in our EECS 2010 plan," said Charles Alexander, dean of the Fenn College of Engineering at Cleveland State University.
The afternoon ceremony will be for graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Fenn College of Engineering, and First College.
The center, which will be administered by the faculty and staff of CSU's Fenn College of Engineering, will support NASA's mission and the work done by Cleveland's NASA Glenn Research Center.