College News Highlights December 2016
Bacteria on a surface

Making Surfaces Less Vulnerable To Disease-Causing Bacteria

Shape-shifting polymers can effectively reduce the adhesion of microbes to their surfaces and shed up to 99.9 percent of attached cells. Read more.

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Gifts to Dean’s Fund Bolster Efforts, Break New Ground

The success of our graduates is a direct reflection of the financial support we receive from generous alumni and friends. Make your year-end gift today!

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Developing Tech to Increase Solar Cell Efficiency

A new technology, developed by Assistant Professor Ian Hosein, promises to increase the efficiency of solar cells by 5 percent.

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The Traveler’s Guide to Cybersecurity

When you travel, it is imperative to be even more vigilant about protecting your digital assets. Read more.

College of Engineering and Computer Science Earns ASEE’s Engineering Excellence for Veterans Award

The award names the College a top military-friendly institution and a “Best for Vets” school, recognized by Military Times and US News and World Report. Read more.

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