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Materials Research Science and Engineering Center Receives $15.6 Million Grant

Materials Research Science and Engineering Center Receives $15.6 Million Grant

Integrating educational activities with scientific research, the Center is among the longest continually funded materials research centers in the nation.
Sep 20, 2017
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Professor Emeritus Robert Gemmell Passes Away

Professor Emeritus Robert Gemmell Passes Away

Gemmell, an expert on water resources and sanitary engineering, passed away at age 84 on September 17, 2017.
Sep 20, 2017
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Northwestern Engineering Names Winners of 2017 Cole-Higgins Awards

Northwestern Engineering Names Winners of 2017 Cole-Higgins Awards

Alvin Bayliss and Gregory Maher receive teaching awards; Janice Mejia is honored for advising.
Sep 19, 2017
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The Whole Story

How whole-brain thinking revolutionized the McCormick School of Engineering philosophy, curriculum, and community.McCormick Magazine

Diversification in the Materials World

While not all promising new materials deliver on their potential, spreading bets among them brings out creativity in Northwestern researchers and students.

Thinking Differently

Northwestern’s center for synthetic biology turns in a blockbuster performance its first year out.

Living Well by Design

Newly launched Designing Your Life course teaches students how to apply design thinking to life.

A Community Focuses on Success

Northwestern’s Women in Computing chapter offers academic, networking, and career support for young women interested in tech.
 

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