UD School of Engineering Cooperative Education

Featured Student: Turner Keane '18

 UD School of Engineering Co-op student, Turner KeaneThe featured student for this spring is Turner Keane, a senior mechanical engineering major, from Avon Lake, Ohio. Turner worked at Eaton Corporation for three co-op work terms. For Turner’s first work rotation, he was assigned to a position in Cleveland, Tennessee, working in their quality systems department. His second work rotation was at Eaton’s Crouse-Hinds division headquarters in Syracuse, New York, where he worked as a design engineer. For his third and final rotation, Turner worked once again in the quality systems group at Eaton’s Asheville, North Carolina, facility.

Turner feels that his three co-op work rotations solidified his decision to choose mechanical engineering as a career path. Reflecting on his co-op experience, Turner states, “It is one thing to learn about how something works and an entirely different experience to see it in action."

We are proud to announce that Turner has accepted a full-time position with Eaton’s Engineering Leadership Development Program. Congratulations, Turner!

—Mary Harbach, School of Engineering Cooperative Education

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Your University of Dayton engineering or engineering technology degree provides a variety of career opportunities. Experience the School of Engineering's cooperative education program and discover your path.

Co-op Interviews

2017 Co-op Award Winners

Reed Kaiser, a mechanical engineering major, is the recipient of the 2017 Award of Excellence to the Outstanding Cooperative Student in Engineering.

Xavier Douglas, an electronic and computer engineering technology major, is the recipient of the 2017 Award of Excellence to the Outstanding Cooperative Student in Engineering Technology.


Cooperative Education, Nancy Chase, Director

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