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Matt Bauer, associate dean for academic affairs, College of Science and Letters (CSL), announced the winners of this year's CSL Undergraduate Summer Research Stipends. Each student will receive $5,000 to do research with a faculty member this summer. Of the nine winners, three are applied...
The U.S. government's Information Assurance Courseware Evaluation (IACE) Program has recertified the CS department's courses as meeting the national training standards forInformation Systems Security Professionals (NSTISSI 4011)and Systems Certifiers (NSTISSI 4015). These...
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) announced its "GEN 10" Award winners at the BIO International Convention in Chicago on April 24, honoring ten Chicago graduate students and postdocs for for excellence in scientific research, four of whom study in the...
IIT Professor of Biology and Physics Thomas Irving, with co-authors Tom Daniel and Nicole George of University of Washington and C David Williams of Harvard University, this week published "The Cross-Bridge Spring: Can Cool Muscles Store Elastic Energy?" in Science. Abstract Muscles not...
The division of Chemistry will offer the following new course for Fall 2013: Course Number: CHEM 519 (3 credits) Course Title: Good Manufacturing Practices This course is designed to educate students in the area of pharmaceutical regulatory science. Students will learn about Good Manufacturing...
A chemist whose "artificial leaf" was named one of the top inventions of 2011 by Time Magazine was this year's Kilpatrick Lecturer in Chemistry. Daniel Nocera, the Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University, spoke...
Lauren Ribordy, a Glenbrook High School student who worked at IIT last summer with Ioan Raicu, assistant professor of computer science, was named a 2013 Illinois Affiliate Award Runner-Up for theAspirations in Computing Award given by the National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT)....
Professor Norman Lederman and Assistant Professor Judith S. Lederman along with several IIT mathematics and science education Ph.D. students will present results of various research projects at the national meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), April 4-8,...
Norman G. Lederman and Judith S. Lederman have created an active repository of classroom tested activities that teach content, nature of science and scientific inquiry. This is a living site which will continue to grow as new lessons are developed. The activities are free to anyone who’s...
Illinois Institute of Technology researchers Krishna Pagilla, professor of environmental engineering, Benjamin Stark, professor of biology, and graduate students Marina Arnaldos (Ph.D. ENVE '12) and Stephanie Kunkel (BIOL) were awarded the Honor Award for University Research by the American...

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