COLLEGE NEWS HIGHLIGHTS January 2016

SUstainable–Shedding a New Light on Learning

Learn about this new, unconventional course where students from multiple disciplines work together to direct and carry out class projects.


The Impact of Green Buildings on Cognitive Function

Professor Suresh Santanam and fellow researchers found that office workers’ cognitive skills doubled in green buildings with good indoor air quality conditions.


Polymer Puts New Medical Solutions Within Reach

Professor Pat Mather has developed a material that could be used to create artificial blood vessels that wouldn’t be rejected by the human immune system.


Protecting Power Systems from Cyberattacks

Professor Sara Eftekharnejad’s grant supports research to establish the foundations for protecting the most critical assets in power grids to help prevent cyberattacks that would result in cascading blackouts.


Scholar Spotlight: Gabriel Smolnycki ’17

Officially a mechanical engineering major, Smolnycki’s interests extend to a range of other disciplines.

Alumna Interprets Cybersecurity on Capitol Hill

Jessica Wilkerson ’13 is watching software envelop the world from an interesting vantage point as an oversight associate for the Committee on Energy and Commerce.

Meet our Engineering and Computer Science Bloggers

In a new series of articles, we are turning things over to the people who experience STEM education first-hand every day—our students. Allow us to introduce our team!


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