'I'VE BEEN SLIMED!'--Senior Lauren Mangiola found herself in a sticky situation when she showed off her slime project at an exhibit put on by the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Other products that students demonstrated how to make were Silly Putty and a water-purification system. The February 24 exhibit was presented as part of Engineering Week. Mangiola, also vice president of the student chapter of AIChE, explained the purpose of the event: "Engineers out in the world make things that affect our lives every day. So we would like to get nonengineering majors more aware of what we do for them."
March 8, 1999
Volume 27 Number 5
- Jacobs named dean for graduate studies
- Self-taught artists shine at MAG show
- HR changes disability-reporting process
- United Way campaign plans to 'Focus on Fifty'
- Renowned physicist joins chemistry dept.
Alumna Esther Conwell builds on 50-year career
- NIA grant to benefit hearing research
- Copyright Clearance and Fair Use
- Smith, co-inventor of Hib vaccine, dies
- Campaign kick-off (photo)
- Latest research news available through e-mail
- In Brief
- Calendar of Events
Currents schedule resumes, post-blizzardDue to the "Blizzard of 1999," the March 8 issue of Currents was published and delivered a few days late. Currents will publish its next issue on Monday, March 22. The deadline for submissions still is noon, Monday, March 15, one week prior to publication.
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