"The Rich Media Impact Awards program allow us to go behind-the-scenes to see how our customers are using Mediasite to improve the way they communicate, save money and increase productivity through live streaming online video and rich media webcasts," said Rob Lipps, Executive Vice President of Sonic Foundry. The University of Cincinnati College of Engineering & Applied Science has an exemplary video success story to tell and we're excited for the rest of the world to hear about it.
– University of Cincinnati named a finalist in the 2013 Rich Media Impact Awards
– University of Cincinnati singled out for innovative accomplishments using rich media webcasting
"With a challenging job and two kids, it was hard at times to balance work, life at home, and the MEng coursework. However, the online format afforded me the flexibility to fit in the lectures and coursework when I was able to. There were plenty of late nights, but not having to commute to class saved me so much time and allowed me to have time with my family in the evenings instead of attending classes in person. I cannot picture a better format than the MEng program for a working professional, especially one with a family."
— Jeff Petach, 2014 MEng Graduate
"Over the past 2 years I have tried to stay in regular contact with Jeff [my employee] throughout his participation in MEng and was very impressed with the curriculum and projects of the program. I feel that the program offers an excellent balance of technical and management related classes that are invaluable for engineers that are advancing in their careers. In particular I was very impressed with Jeff's capstone project that culminated many of the topics that he had learned during his involvement in the program."
— Jim Topich, Director of Engineering and Design at Kinetic Vision