Celebrations are underway as the semester nears its end.
As the academic year nears its end, a season of celebration begins. Dozens of students were recognized for academic and leadership excellence at this year’s Student Honors Celebration.
A tool developed by Tech researchers is aiding coastal communities affected by climate change in their response to rising sea levels by pinpointing the ideal locations for sensors to maximize real-time data available to emergency managers.
Recognizing those who have received accolades and awards throughout the previous academic year, the annual faculty/staff luncheon was recently held at the Exhibition Hall.
A $51 million contract awarded from the U.S. Marine Corps Logistics Command will expand Tech’s support to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and open new opportunities for research.
Steven Chu, Stanford University physicist and 1997 co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics, will speak on campus Wednesday about climate change and innovative paths toward a more sustainable future.
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