College Announces 2023 Outstanding Alumni
The College is proud to announce the recipients of its 2023 Outstanding Alumni Awards, including five Distinguished Alumni and five Outstanding Young Alumni.
MIT Awards MIE Researchers Dana Parsons and Jonisha Aubain a Prestigious STREAM Grant
STREAM grants support one-year projects that align with coastal and ocean-related program priorities and engage local communities and partners in new ways.
Tilman Wolf Receives Fulbright Specialist Award for Engineering Education, Training Activities in Gambia
Tilman Wolf (ECE) will complete a project in Gambia under a Fulbright Specialist Program Award.
The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Awards BME Student Vibha Balaji a Prestigious Grant
The grant introduces high-achieving students to molecular imaging and targeted radiotherapy as a potential career path by supporting a related research project.
ECE Participants Shine at New England Hardware Security Day
The event convenes many students, researchers, practitioners, and industry partners in the field of hardware security to share their work and foster new ideas.
Efthymia Kostopoulou Wins Helene M. Overly Memorial Scholarship
The scholarship from the Rhode Island Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) rewards strong academic ability and a passion for transportation.
American Society for Bone and Mineral Research Awards Stacyann Bailey a John Haddad Young Investigator Award
The award funded Bailey to attend the 2023 Advances in Mineral Metabolism annual meeting in Colorado and present her research on tumor-induced bone fragility.
Chemical Engineering Researchers Create Textile That Imitates the “On-body Greenhouse Effect” of Polar Bear Fur
Researchers affiliated with the ChE department have invented a fabric that ends an 80-year quest to make a warm synthetic textile modeled on polar bear fur.
IEEE Raises MIE’s Xian Du to the Status of Senior Membership
Senior Membership in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is an honor bestowed on those who’ve made significant impacts on their profession.
CEE Professor Song Gao Selected as a PIT Fellow
Gao’s PIT research aims to generate behavioral insights and algorithmic tools for an effective ride-sourcing driver cooperative that enhances societal welfare.
Muge Capan and Colleagues Chosen for the 2023 Cohort of PIT Fellows
Capan’s project studies perinatal healthcare disparities, largely caused by socioeconomic conditions, via health systems engineering and information technology.