Engineers Take Italy

Last spring, a group of second-year students studying aerospace, civil, environmental, and mechanical engineering participated in a new study abroad opportunity at Syracuse University’s Florence campus.

Q&A with Professor Mark Povinelli

Povinelli encourages collaboration and learning around entrepreneurship across the University as the Kenneth A. and Mary Ann Shaw Professor of Practice in Entrepreneurial Leadership.

Davidson Named AEESP Fellow

Professor Cliff Davidson has been named a 2015 Association of Environmental Engineering & Science Professors Fellow for long-term excellence in environmental research, teaching, and service to the environmental engineering and science community.

Student Earns Best Poster at GE Summit

Ryan Falkenstein-Smith ’13, a current Ph.D. student, was recognized for his poster detailing a project to develop carbon capture technology to offset climate change.

Varshney Receives Grant for Missile Defense Research

Professor Pramod K. Varshney was awarded a $350,000 grant to develop a parametric framework to classify targets for ballistic missile defense applications.

Scholar Spotlight: Megan Brasch

Inspired by the loss of her father and grandfather to leukemia, Brasch, a bioengineering doctoral student, is positioning herself for a career in biomedical research to contribute to curing and treating disease.

Alumni Highlight: Erika Rodriguez, G ’08, ’12

A mechanical and aerospace alumna, Rodriguez has found success in her career and as a leader for women in STEM.


E&CS in San Diego

Join Dean Teresa A. Dahlberg and faculty and students from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering


Wednesday, January, 6th


Chianti Rastaurant
644 5th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101


6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

RSVP by January 4 to:
or call 315.443.3314

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