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Elaine Hsiao (PhD ’13) Selected as National Geographic Emerging Explorer "I'm grateful to have been afforded the freedom to follow my scientific interests."

Elaine Hsiao (PhD ’13) Selected as National Geographic Emerging Explorer

"I'm grateful to have been afforded the freedom to follow my scientific interests."

Nominations Open for the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards Deadline Aug. 1

Nominations Open for the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards

Deadline Aug. 1

Tracking Down Infections When word of disease outbreak goes viral online, Rumi Chumara (BS ’04) finds that it can map closely to the spread of the actual virus in the physical world.

Tracking Down Infections

When word of disease outbreak goes viral online, Rumi Chumara (BS ’04) finds that it can map closely to the spread of the actual virus in the physical world.

 

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PMA Announces a New Division Chair Fiona Harrison, principal investigator for NASA's NuStar, begins her five-year term on September 1.

PMA Announces a New Division Chair

Fiona Harrison, principal investigator for NASA's NuStar, begins her five-year term on September 1.

New Dean of Graduate Studies Named Doug Rees, the Roscoe Gilkey Dickinson Professor of Chemistry, began July 1.

New Dean of Graduate Studies Named

Doug Rees, the Roscoe Gilkey Dickinson Professor of Chemistry, began July 1.

Francis J. Doyle (PhD ’91) appointed Dean of Harvard Engineering The professor in chemical engineering begins August 1.

Francis J. Doyle (PhD ’91) appointed Dean of Harvard Engineering

The professor in chemical engineering begins August 1.

White House Names Ed Felten (BS ’85) Deputy Chief Technology Officer The Princeton professor will work to bridge technology with national policy.

White House Names Ed Felten (BS ’85) Deputy Chief Technology Officer

The Princeton professor will work to bridge technology with national policy.