Ohio Northern University Technology Studies student, faculty, present at annual professional meeting


By Amy Eddings - [email protected]



Ohio Northern University construction management major Noah Bachwitz operates a belt sander. Photo submitted.


ADA — Ohio Northern University technical studies students Brady Schulte, a senior manufacturing technology major from Ottawa, and Eric Radford, a senior construction management major from Upper Sandusky, presented their research findings “Energy Conservation Audit of a Technology Program” at the annual Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) conference in Orlando, Florida.

Schulte and Radford conducted this research to find sustainable and energy-savings techniques and processes that could be employed in ONU’s Taft Memorial Building to reduce the energy needs for the department and assist in making the building more environmentally friendly. Faculty members Rich Miller and Trevor Robinson assisted in the research.

Miller gave two presentations at the conference and participated in the ATMAE Certification Board of Directors meetings. Also participating in the conference were Paul Nutter, chair of the department, and David Rouch.

Paul Dettman received an Epsilon Pi Tau scholarship and was formally initiated into the organization.

Ohio Northern University construction management major Noah Bachwitz operates a belt sander. Photo submitted.
http://limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_TECHNICAL-STUDIES.jpgOhio Northern University construction management major Noah Bachwitz operates a belt sander. Photo submitted.

By Amy Eddings

[email protected]

Reach Amy Eddings at 567-242-0379 or Twitter, @lima_eddings.

Reach Amy Eddings at 567-242-0379 or Twitter, @lima_eddings.

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