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The inside story of how faculty and students from the School of Operations Research and Information Engineering saved Cornell's fall 2020 schedule. Read more
Ronald Heisser has been interested in engineering since birth – always having felt the pull to work with his hands and use his creativity. “Fortunately, I also had the opportunity to develop an... Read more
In his new book, Terms of Disservice: How Silicon Valley is Destructive by Design, Dipayan Ghosh Ph.D. ’13 offers technical analysis, recommendations for economic reform, and practical ideas for using... Read more
Jeanie Aird, a Ph.D. student in the Sibley School has been selected as one of only six 2020 Rudd Mayer Fellowship and Wind at Our Backs recipients. This fellowship from Women of Renewable Energy and... Read more
Hazel Rivera-Rosario, a Ph.D. student in the Sibley School, was inspired to pursue an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering after participating in a robotics group growing up. After receiving... Read more
Dana Peterson, Ph.D. student in EAS, knew she wanted to study something related to math and science in college, she just wasn’t sure what – until she watched an episode of NOVA about volcanoes. “I... Read more