College New Highlights November 2017
Mary Spio

Mary Spio ’98 Brings Virtual Reality to Everyday People  

Spio is the founder, CEO, and president of CEEK VR, a developer of innovative virtual and augmented reality content solutions and experiences for entertainment and education. Read more.

Air Orange

SU’s Air Orange Team Competes to Reinvent Wireless Data Transmission

Air Orange is one of just 30 teams competing in a first-of-its-kind collaborative machine-learning competition to overcome scarcity in the RF spectrum.

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Dana Radcliffe

Ethics in Engineering

Engineering and computer science disciplines are often misidentified as fields of purely technical study. Professor Dana Radcliffe argues that those who pursue these disciplines have an explicit responsibility to remain aware of their work’s impact upon society.

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EPA Alternative to Clean Power Plan Would Do More Harm Than Doing Nothing

Professor Charles Driscoll and colleagues at Harvard, Boston University, and other schools say the EPA proposal would harm human health.

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People of Interest

Professor Sucheta Soundarajan and Ph.D. student Pivithuru Wijegunawardana are developing a computer science solution to help authorities identify people of interest based on their personal connections. Read more.

Bridges to Food – Minhao Chen G’12

Chen leveraged his engineering knowledge to establish Shi Quan She Mei, a food production factory that distributes safe, healthy, affordable meals in China. Read more.

Engineering Meets Business – Nick Donofrio G’71  

An IBM Veteran and philanthropist, Donofrio is sharply focused on advancing education, employment, and career opportunities for underrepresented minorities and women in the STEM disciplines. Read more.

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