Hajim School News 2014
Professor Robert Boyd in Optics named SPIE fellow
Professor David Foster in ChemE co-authors widely used textbook on transport phenomenon
Daniel Savage is first Optics student to enroll in MD/PhD program here
Colleagues pay tribute to Professor James Li
Hajim faculty “cross Elmwood” to collaborate with Med Center researchers
Computer science students help singers learn their vowels
Professor Jannick Rolland receives OSA Richardson medal
Robert McCrory named University Professor
Professor Dave Williams named to National Academy of Sciences
Optics students win grand prize at Rochester Regional Business Plan competition
Professor Doug Kelley of ChemE named Engineering Professor of the Year by Students’ Association
Rachel Monfredo is first recipient of Dottie Welch Award.
“You are among the best of the best”: Commencment 2014
Navy super carrier showcases advanced engineering, teamwork
ChemE swimmer Lauren Bailey excels in pool and classroom
Professor Danielle Benoit’s lab achieves better bone healing with disappearing polymers.
Professor Hitomi Mukaibo and lab show progress in genetic engineering of algae for harvesting solar energy
At Photon Camp, undergrads help 'illuminate' optics for visiting high school students
Hajim undergrads get research experience as Xerox fellows
Researchers send electricity, light along same super-thin wire
Waugh, Adamson honored by Hajim School
New Hajim Viewbook highlights programs, students
Rochester Review tells story of Blue Noise Mask
Professor Ching Tang named Citation Laureate for role in OLED invention
Optics PhD student, Physics professor catch national attention with cloaking device
Parker, Mitsa receive Eastman medals for Blue Noise Mask
Optics student Michelle Relin sets field hockey scoring record
Optics Professor Julie Bentley receives Goergen Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
“Fire in the hole’: Engineering societies organize e-social
Professor Qiang Lin receives inaugural Leonard Mandel Award
AME, HCI students showcase their projects
Dean Rob Clark's State of the School: "Complacency is not an option"