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Cornell Engineering has always defined diversity broadly, incorporating varying geographic, intellectual, ethnic, cultural, academic, and social elements that make our world a more vibrant place. The college’s commitment to a global view of diversity is an important element in ensuring that our teaching remains connected to real-world problems, our research remains relevant and cutting-edge, and our social composition includes a variety of voices, thoughts, ideas, and opinions.

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Natalie Dawley: Ph.D. Student

For most of Natalie Dawley’s high school years, she assumed a career in foreign policy was awaiting her after college. “I loved learning and speaking French; I even spent a semester in France in high...

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MAE Colloquium: Nathan Barton, Ph.D. (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), "Modeling Failure in Ductile Metals under Dynamic Loading"

ABSTRACT I present results from investigations of microstructural effects on failure of ductile polycrystalline metals. A subset of the computational models make use of a crystal-mechanics-based...

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