Thousands of dollars in cash prizes will be awarded during the in-person event, to be held May 19 in Corwin Pavilion.
Five teams will compete in the New Venture Competition Finals on May 19.
Sharad Shankar, PhD student in Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Graduate Student Association honors PhD student Sharad Shankar for his work with undergraduate students in the classroom.
The professor of materials and chemistry becomes a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
The professor of materials and chemistry is admitted to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences.
M. Scott Shell, professor of chemical engineering
Chemical engineering professor M. Scott Shell is honored by his peers for mentoring graduate students.
New AAAS Fellows (from left): Michael Doherty, Shelly Lundberg, and Joan-Emma Shea
Economist Shelly Lundberg and chemist Joan-Emma Shea were also named Fellows.
This jumping device, from the Hawkes lab, achieved an unprecedented vertical leap of approximately 100 feet.
A device from the Hawkes lab achieves the greatest height of any known jumper, engineered or biological.
In their new book, authors argue that to take advantage of the new possibilities in the digital era, people need to develop a digital mindset.
Paul Leonardis new book is aimed at helping companies and individuals thrive in the digital era.
Ten capstone teams presented their projects during the Computer Science Department's summit.cs.
Students present innovative capstone projects during the Computer Science Department’s summit.cs.