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Cornell competition motivates students to adopt pro standards

Cornell competition motivates students to adopt pro standards

September 18, 2014

Maker Pro Newsletter: Cornell Systems Engineering faculty member Dr. David R. Schneider gave a spirited talk about developing student makers within their engineering program. read more

Local professor's success story making history

Local professor's success story making history

September 15, 2014

WBNG:By recording, preserving and sharing the stories of thousands of African Americans, the History Makers hope to educate and enlighten millions worldwide. read more

Michal Lipson: nanophotonics could revolutionize computers

Michal Lipson: nanophotonics could revolutionize computers

September 15, 2014

Fushion.net: Watch this video on the groundbreaking research on nanophotonics by Michal Lipson, professor of electrical and computer engineering at Cornell. read more

Branding rules in Cornell’s ‘breaking the rules’ campaign for engineering

Branding rules in Cornell’s ‘breaking the rules’ campaign for engineering

September 15, 2014

Higher Ed Marketing: Maybe it’s because I work at a STEM-focused university where engineering has been a big deal for nearly 150 years. read more

Engineering dean: Professor Garcia will ‘be sorely missed’

Engineering dean: Professor Garcia will ‘be sorely missed’

September 12, 2014

The Cornell Daily Sun: Prof. Ephrahim Garcia, mechanical and aerospace engineering, died Wednesday night. read more

Verizon, Cornell create geothermal cooling for cell tower

Verizon, Cornell create geothermal cooling for cell tower

September 1, 2014

National Driller: Chris Lesperance of Lono Mechanical has installed a lot of ground-source heat pumps, but none quite like the hybrid system he recently helped complete for Verizon Wireless. read more