Greetings From the Dean
Fall 2019 arrived in Cedarville with a flurry of activity…literally. Warm weather prevailed until the end of October, when a harsh wind blew some snowflakes into town!
In this edition of DataBytes, you'll read about some exciting happenings within the School of Engineering and Computer. You'll meet our newest faculty member, Dr. George Landon, Professor of Computer Science, and read about the success of one of our mechanical engineering design teams.
You'll also read about our annual Cardboard Canoe Race, which, as always, was well-attended by alumni and family members of our current students. Our largest incoming class of freshmen engineering students floated 38 boats in the competition this year, and there were several newcomers in the non-engineering canoes category.
In our spring issue of DataBytes, we told you about the forthcoming construction of a building that will house the classrooms, laboratories, and faculty offices needed to support our new civil engineering major. We have an exciting update on that new facility in this issue.
As you and your family look forward to the upcoming holidays, my hope is that this newsletter warms your hearts with expressions of praise for Jesus our Savior and thanksgiving to God for the many blessings He has chosen to bring our way.
Robert Chasnov, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Engineering and Computer Science