NASA astronaut Mike Massimino, a School of Engineering and Applied Science graduate of ’84, is back at his alma mater as a visiting professor this year. Massimino has traveled at a height of 370 miles above Earth, where the Hubble telescope orbits every 97 minutes.
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The student council members working on Our Blue should look to Engineering Week as a model of success in generating school pride.
The Engineering Student Council, SEAS administrators, and student groups are working together to organize the week’s events, which will feature an opening dinner at Low Library, a screening of “Hubble 3D” at Lincoln Center, and, of course, opportunities for free food and free T-shirts.
Gil Feig, SEAS ’15, is currently piloting his Dine@CU app, which will allow students to check location hours, calculate nutritional facts, and view menus for John Jay Dining Hall, Ferris Booth Commons, and JJ’s Place.
Xuan Linh Vu, SEAS '10, is one of 1,058 applicants shortlisted for a crowdfunded one-way trip to colonize Mars by 2025.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science’s class of 2017 is no longer required to take a preprofessional course as part of the Core Curriculum requirements.
Although Columbia alumnus Chelsey Roebuck founded the local nonprofit Emerging Leaders in Technology and Engineering just four years ago, the organization has been recognized for its work with a grant to expand and improve its programs in the West Harlem community.
The Seeley W. Mudd Building will undergo major renovations next semester, including the installation of new glass walls and redistribution of study space.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science Committee on Instruction voted unanimously to remove the preprofessional requirement from the undergraduate core, beginning with the class of 2018.
Planning is underway for the School of Engineering and Applied Science’s 150th anniversary celebration, which will begin in February.
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