CoT shares gift from General Motors
Written by TechPurdue // November 8, 2011 // Alumni & Friends, Business & Industry, Current Students, Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, Energy and Sustainability, Faculty & Staff, Research, STEM Education, TechBytes, Technology Leadership and Innovation // No comments
Officials from General Motors were on campus Nov. 3 to host the campus-wide Chevy Volt ride-and-drive and to visit with several administrators, faculty and students. They also presented a $160,000 check to the deans of the colleges of Technology and Engineering.
Of the total, the College of Technology will receive $27,000. It is earmarked for support of Athula Kulatunga’s Plug-in Electric Vehicle Learning Platform in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, evGrandPrix, K-12 STEM initiatives, and the Organizational Leadership and Supervision Employer Showcase.
(Pictured: Bill Muzzillo, Manufacturing Manager; College of Engineering Dean Leah Jamieson; Ken Morris, executive director, GFL Performance, Proving Grounds and Test Labs; and College of Technology Dean Gary Bertoline.)