October 27, 2006
Medical Center researchers have received a $7.8 million grant to speed the conversion of basic bone science into new treatments that prevent arthritis, improve fracture healing, and save limbs.
A task force assembled by President Seligman in February recently issued a report outlining 31 recommendations designed to address faculty diversity.
The University’s Center for Electronic Imaging Systems (CEIS) has received $2 million from the state of New York to strengthen research, development, and commercialization of biomedical electronic imaging systems—such as 3-D medical scanners and optical sensors that can detect bacteria in just minutes.
The largest disaster drill of its kind on the River Campus involved student EMTs and first responders from the city, county, and the University.
While Senator Hillary Clinton and Republican challenger John Spencer debated the issues from Strong Auditorium, students gathered to watch and respond to the televised debate.
New devices provide decrease the amount of time professors or teaching assistants spend grading papers and allow them to immediately know how well their students are grasping the material.
Hong Li, nursing professor, dies
Carl Adair ‘07, an English major, has become the team’s unofficial orator, shouting passages from The Aeneid and other works of classical literature to cheer on the Yellowjackets.
Simon School rankings, AAU presidents