NASA Recognizes High School Student’s SU Research

He is the lead author on a published scientific study, his research has been recognized by NASA, and Hari Nanthakumar does not even have his driver’s license yet. Read more.

State Fair Rides

The Engineering Science Behind Thrill Rides at the State Fair

Professor John Dannenhoffer explains how midway thrill rides use engineering principles to twist, turn, drop, and thrill people at the New York State Fair.

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Phoha and Lee

Professors Recognized by IEEE 

Vir V. Phoha and Jay K. Lee have been honored by IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology.

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Introducing an Original Cybersecurity Comic Book, N-KRYPT 

We are excited to present “N-KRYPT: The Human Element,” a collaboration with comic book artist and SU alum Steve Ellis.

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Adventures in Flight – Ron Franco ’87 

Franco participated in NASA’s HERA Mission X, spending 30 days in a sealed habitat performing simulations and research experiments. Read more.

Orange Central – Mary Spio ’98 Book Signing Event

The aerospace engineer, virtual reality pioneer, and entrepreneur returns to campus to speak and sign copies of her book, “It’s Not Rocket Science: 7 Game-Changing Traits for Uncommon Success.” Read more.

Students Paint #CuseRocks for Opening Weekend

Students painted messages of hope, encouragement, and school spirit on small rocks to be placed around the SU campus. (Video) Read more.

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