COLLEGE NEWS HIGHLIGHTS May 2015
 
 
Teresa A. Dahlberg Named Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Dahlberg comes to Syracuse University from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City, where she serves as chief academic officer for the university and dean of the Albert Nerken School of Engineering.

 
Professor Charles Driscoll Co-Authors Study on Health Benefits of EPA Plan

States will gain large, widespread, and nearly immediate health benefits if the EPA sets strong standards in the final Clean Power Plan, according to a paper published in Nature Climate Change.

 
Student’s Philanthropy Leads to NSF Fellowship

The award will fund Jacqueline Gerson’s research on mercury contamination due to artisanal gold mining in Senegal, where she served in the Peace Corps.

 
Alumni Speakers Inspire Graduates at Convocation Events

Jerry Whitaker ’72 and Haden Land G’91 called upon on our graduates to prioritize “truth, integrity, and ethics” and “make engineering and computer science professions even greater.”

A Good Run — Emily Tucci ’15 Finds Success at Syracuse University

The University Scholar, biomedical engineer, and avid athlete describes her incredibly successful undergraduate career.

Alumni Discount for Online M.S. Programs

The College is now offering a 30% tuition savings to our alumni for online M.S. degrees in electrical engineering, computer engineering, and computer science.

 
Support the Samuel P. Clemence Scholarship Fund

Professor Clemence spent the past four decades inspiring students to excel in engineering and in life. And now, a scholarship has been established to honor Sam’s extraordinary legacy of success.

 
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