COLLEGE NEWS HIGHLIGHTS April 2015
 
 
Syracuse Awarded $3 Million Grant for Graduate-Level STEM Training

The National Science Foundation will provide funding to train students on interactions between the water cycle and the preservation, production, and consumption of fossil fuels for energy.

 
Announcing Our 2015 College Convocation Speakers

Jerry Whitaker ’72, former president of electrical sector-Americas at Eaton Corporation, and Haden Land G’91, vice president of research and technology for Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems and Global Solutions, will speak.

 
Student Project Reduces Energy Consumption and Pollution on Campus

By investigating uncomfortable temperatures in Maxwell Hall, four engineering students helped reduce the building’s overall energy usage, pollution, and cost of heating.

 
Jerry Suran — An Alumnus in Spirit and in Scholarship

An icon of electrical engineering, Suran has led a life that is incomparably intertwined with the College and technology in Central New York.

The Biological Barrage That Corrodes Orthopedic Implants

Professor Jeremy Gilbert’s research challenges the conventional wisdom of why some hip replacement recipients develop health complications due to their implant.

Engineered for Discovery—The Dean’s Leadership Grant

Anthony Cifarelli ’15 has had a rich experience at the College due in part to the Dean’s Leadership Grant, a program to bolster students’ educational experience via research opportunities.

Student Highlight — Lauren Pompilio ’15 Explores All Corners of Engineering

A chemical engineering major, Pompilio has taken advantage of a bevy of learning opportunities outside of her program.

 
College Convocation

Jerry Whitaker ‘72, former President of Electrical Sector-Americas at Eaton Corporation, will address the undergraduates in the morning ceremony at 9 a.m. at Manley Field House. Haden Land G’91, Vice President of Research and Technology for Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems and Global Solutions, will address the master’s and doctoral students in the afternoon ceremony at 1 p.m. at Hendricks Chapel.

 
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