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Dream Big Way back around 1974 a talented high school football player in Durango, Colorado had a coach who convinced him to leave town and dream big. So instead of staying in the Four Corners region...Read more about A Match Made in Durango--Cornell and Fort Lewis College
Aurelia Honerkamp-Smith Assistant Professor at the Department of Physics Lehigh University Professor Aurelia earned her Ph.D. from the University of Washington in Seattle, where she investigated...Read more about Chemical Engineering Seminar: Aurelia Honerkamp-Smith
Nicole Wiles is from Cedar Rapids, Iowa and obtained her B.A. in Physics and Mathematics from Coe College. At Cornell, she works in Professor Baker’s group. Her PhD research focuses on plastic...Read more about Nicole Wiles: MSE Ph.D. & Winner of P&G Best Poster Award