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A number of CIT students were recognized with awards at the Meeting of the Minds, the university’s annual undergraduate research symposium. They include: Canute Haroldson (MechE), Neil Abcower (ECE), Spencer Barton (ECE), Steven Cunningham (MechE), David Lu (ECE), Rudina Morina (ECE & BME), Alan Fu (BME & MSE), Siri Amrit Ramos (MechE), Adewale Desalu (ECE), Brooke Gladstone (MSE), Sohini Roy (MSE), Andre Sutanto (MechE), Ramyata Upmaka (MSE), Mikio David (MechE), Juan Infante (MSE), Niharika Singh (ECE), Andrea Pickel (MechE), Yunhao Young (ECE), Elissa Goldner (CEE), Agnieszka Marszalik (CEE), Karthik Nagarajan (Econ & MechE), Albert Liang (ChemE) and Sarah Ramp (CEE). Read More
BME senior Breanna Stillo is the recipient of the Judith A. Resnik Award, presented annually to an outstanding woman graduating in the sciences or engineering who shows promise for high achievement in her field.
EPP faculty member Scott Matthews has been elected to serve on the board of Environmental Studies and Toxicology (BEST). BEST is the National Research Council's principal unit for organizing and overseeing studies relating to environmental problems affecting human health and environmental impact and the assessment and management of related risks to human health and environment.