College News Highlights April 2019
Snow Class

Exploring the Science of Snow 

From gathering snow core samples to determining the conditions for the perfect snowball, the Quad becomes a lab in SU’s new “Snow in the Natural and Built Environment” course. Read more.

Teng Zhang

Zhang Earns NSF CAREER Award

The prestigious junior faculty award will support Zhang’s research on the deformation and failure of interfaces, as well as educational outreach.

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Charity Luster

Student Spotlight – Charity Luster ’19

From high school dropout to thriving student leader, follow Charity Luster’s journey to study at SU. 

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Huan Gu and Dacheng Ren

Preventing Catheter-Associated Infections 

New NIH-funded research led by Stevenson Endowed Professor Dacheng Ren aims to design a catheter that prevents biofilms from sticking to its surfaces.

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CEEK VR’s Mary Spio ’98 to Speak at Convocation

Spio was named one of NBC News’ 100 History Makers in the Making and has earned Boeing’s Outstanding Achievement in Electrical Engineering Award, IEEE Design and Yueh-Ying Hu Memorial National Awards for Innovation, and the 2017 Syracuse University Arents Award. Read more.

Alumni Highlight – Luis Romo ’10, G’12

Luis Romo returned to campus this spring to present to students as part of the ongoing Engineering Meets Business lecture series made possible by a gift from Muss Akram ’10. Read more

Students Help Students Succeed in Academic Excellence Workshops

AEW sessions are peer-facilitated, one-credit, pass/fail courses designed to supplement the instruction in many first- and second-year courses. Read more

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