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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...
About the Baxter Science @ Work Program In 2008, Baxter International Inc. launched Science@Work: Expanding Minds with Real-World Science, a multi-year commitment to Chicago Public Schools (CPS) to support teacher training and student development in healthcare and biotechnology. The program is the...
Illinois Institute of Technology Department of Computer Science Applications are invited for a part-time instructor in Computer Science starting in the Fall 2013 semester. Highly qualified candidates from all areas of computer science will be considered. Commitment to excellence in teaching at...
In fall 2013, IIT will launch a new professional master’s program in applied mathematics. This non-thesis master’s degree will provide applied and computational mathematics training in conjunction with teaching communication and teamwork skills demanded by today’s employers. The...
“Financial Bubbles Through History, Viewed Through Mathematics” by Philip Protter, Professor of Statistics, Columbia University MTCC Auditorium, April 22, 3:15 pm The history of the western industrialized world is rich with the stories of financial bubbles. Protter will explore how to...
On the last day of fall semester, Chemistry Associate Chair and Lecturer Maria Tanner and her general chemistry course students performed a dynamic chemistry demonstration show called Chemistry in Action. Chemistry majors Shirley Nwangwa and Matthew Seludo, seven other undergraduates, and chemistry...

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