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What goes on in there? A visit to Cornell’s Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility

A guided tour of Cornell's CNF, which in 2017 will celebrate 40 years of operations at the very edge of nanoscale science and technology. More

Meet the Millers, a Cornell Engineering father-daughter team

Father and daughter Matt and Chaney Miller talk about life as a student and as a professor at Cornell Engineering. More

Welcome Matthew Reid

“I found I was adaptable when I spent two years teaching chemistry in Tanzania,” says Reid from his office in Cornell’s Hollister Hall. More

Welcome John Albertson

When John Albertson was starting his doctoral studies at UC-Davis in 1993, his advisor, Professor Marc Parlange, recommended More

Welcome Samitha Samaranayake

Samitha Samaranayake believes that we’re at the dawn of a revolution in urban transportation systems. More

Welcome David Kammer

David Kammer, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Cornell, studies what happens at the interface where two materials slide against each other. More

O’Rourke awarded EERI George W. Housner Medal

Professor Thomas O’Rourke of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering will be presented with the George W. Housner Medal at the 2016 Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) Annual Meeting this upcoming April. More

Visitors from Nicaragua discuss sustainable energy solutions

Susan Kinne and Reina Lopez anchored a lunchtime discussion about sustainability and alternative energy in rural households in Nicaragua. More

Students receive EPA P3 Award

A team of students from Cornell Engineering has been awarded an EPA P3 Award to support their development of a portable, high-rate, inexpensive water treatment unit for use in areas affected by emergencies. More

CEE Students Honored for Co-op of the Year Awards

The Cooperative Education Program officially announced the Co-op of the Year award recipients at the 2013 Co-op Welcome Back Reception on September 12, 2013. More

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