College News Highlights July 2017
An Invent@SU student in the Link Hall student shop

Students Become Inventors in First-Ever Invent@SU Competition

Teams competed to design, prototype and pitch new inventions on the SU Campus and at the Fisher Center in New York City. Read more.


Alumni Spotlight: Priscilla Tyree Williams ’86, Civil Engineering

Tyree Williams is the first African-American woman to graduate with an SU civil engineering degree.

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Cybersecurity Workshops Bring Educators From Around the World to SU

Using secure computers, attendees mimicked cyberattacks to uncover vulnerabilities.

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Charles Driscoll

Driscoll to Co-Chair International Mercury Conference

The conference aims to share science, reduce exposure, and decrease emissions and discharges of the poisonous metal.

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Alumni Profile: Larry Freed ’87, G’91

Freed believes SU’s interdisciplinary approach  prepared him for unexpected opportunities. Read more.

Students Design 3D Metal Printer For GE

Their concept could be used to make components previously considered unbuildable. Read more.

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