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Healthier and Wealthier — Benefits of Carbon Standards

A new study finds that most U.S. counties would gain economic benefits from power plant carbon standards that set moderately stringent emission targets and allow a high level of compliance flexibility. Read more.

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Dr. Gurdip Singh Appointed Associate Dean for Research and Doctoral Programs

A former program director at the National Science Foundation, Singh will join the College in August.

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Kevin Du gestures toward a computer screen in a computer science classroom.

Open-Source Cybersecurity Labs Workshop for Educators

In June, seventy information security instructors traveled to Syracuse to be trained on cybersecurity labs developed in Professor Kevin Du’s lab.

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Milcarek Wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Milcarek’s research aims to reduce the formation of nitrogen oxides in combustion using a flame-assisted fuel cell he developed with Professor Jeongmin Ahn.

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The Salt City’s Technician

Gino Duca ’96, G’09, a two-time chemical engineering alumnus and president of an engineering services company, teaches senior design to chemical engineering students. Read more.

Michael McCune ’82 Inducted into Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

McCune’s induction is in recognition of his outstanding technical contributions to Pratt & Whitney’s revolutionary PurePower® Geared Turbofan™ engine family. Read more.

The Snapchat Pioneer

Evan Garber ’10, a mechanical engineering alum, uses the popular platform to create art and social media content for top brands including Disney and General Electric. Read more.

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