Congratulations to Lauren McGrath (EM, '17), Lauren Suna (EM, '20), Mia Kimmich Mitchell (CS,'18) and Tea Mdevadze (CS, '20) for winning the "Best Hardware Hack" at the RIT WiCHacks event held February 25 and 26 in Rochester, NY.
The New York Upsilon chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon inducted new members on January 26. Katie Ahrens '15, a Ph.D. student at North Carolina State University, was the keynote speaker at the induction ceremony.
- Daniel Akimchuk '19
- Prof. Vera Babenko
- Liam Barry '19
- Connor Carroll...
"Don't Retreat. Teach Citizenship" emphasizes the role undergraduate educators can play in cultivating civility, empathy, and civic literacy across the curriculum at a moment when such aptitudes seem in short supply. The commentary draws on insights from the book Citizenship Across the Curriculum (Indiana UP, 2010), co-edited by Smith and his co-authors.
Geography professor in ENVS Jake Brenner and several ENVS students have been involved in a study of the environmental impacts of marijuana in Humboldt County, California. Their research has revealed that marijuana cultivation can contribute to significant environmental degradation. For more, see ...