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Cooperative Education Features Brian Cain '17
In the fall of 2014, Brian started his co-op experience with The Lubrizol Corporation and stayed with them through four co-op work terms. Each term Brian moved to a different area of responsibility as an Environmental Assurance Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Process Development Engineer and Project Manager. As Brian's responsibilities grew, his engineering experiences grew. After completing his fourth and final work term, Brian returned to campus for his senior year. Because Lubrizol hires about 85 percent of their co-op students for full-time positions, Brian is optimistic that he will have an offer when he graduates in May 2017.
Experience Your Possibilities.
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.
2016 Co-op Award Winners
Julie Kolodziej, a civil engineering major, is the recipient of the 2016 Award of Excellence to the Outstanding Cooperative Student in Engineering.
Michael Harper, an electronic and computer technology major, is the recipient of the 2016 Award of Excellence to the Outstanding Cooperative Student in Engineering Technology.