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New Drug Delivery System Targets Spinal Cord Injuries
Young Hye Song, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has been awarded a grant to improve treatments for spinal cord injuries by developing a new drug delivery method using stem cells.
Courtyard Curvahedra to be Installed at Gearhart Hall
The Curvahedra, designed and constructed by Honors College professors, is 12 feet in diameter and is planned for the courtyard of Gearhart Hall.
Mechanical Engineering Alumnus Named to Forbes 30 Under 30
Spencer Foust, a mechanical engineering alumnus has been named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for his rise from intern to principal at a venture capital firm in less than five years.
STEM Majors: Interested in a 1-Credit Course About Teaching Math, Science or Computer Science?
Students will experience model STEM activities and get to plan and teach their own mini lessons. This course counts toward both the STEM Education minor and certificate program.
Industrial Engineering Research Team Recognized With International Paper Award
The team — including recent doctoral graduate Cesar Ruiz, professor Ed Pohl and professor Haitao Liao — was selected for the William A. Golomski Award.
Hall Named Associate Dean for Research in Engineering
Kevin Hall will oversee the college's research and graduate missions to promote and advance scholarship, facilitate multidisciplinary research activities, and articulate and implement the research vision.
Biochemist Josh Sakon Chosen as National Academy of Inventors Fellow
Sakon's election as a fellow was based on the chemist’s many inventions focused on treatments for osteoporosis, alopecia and bone metastasis.
Engineering Students Take Home Hackathon Prizes
Two interdisciplinary teams of engineering students took home prizes from national "hackathon" competitions during the fall of 2020.
Di Appointed to Lead Computer Science and Computer Engineering
Professor Jia Di, who has taught at the university since 2014, has been chosen to lead the Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering.
Civil Engineering Research Facility to Be Named for Alumnus
A new civil engineering research center will be named for alumnus Grady E. Harvell in honor of his support of the project.