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Sherrie Brown Littlejohn (M.S. CS ’82) shared some of her work experiences during the “Hawk Talk Panel Discussion: From the Perspective of Powerful Women” held by the IIT Alumni Association on March 24 in Hermann Hall. Littlejohn is an Illinois Institute of Technology trustee, member of the alumni...
Faculty, alumni and Ph.D. candidates of the Mathematics and Science Education Department will present seven workshops at the 65th annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) www.nsta.org/conferences/. The conference, “Sun, Surf and Science,” will be held in Los Angeles,...
Eunice Santos, the Ron Hochsprung Endowed Chair, chair of the Department of Computer Science, and professor of computer science, has announced the appointment of four new members to the computer science advisory board. The board consists of prominent professionals who are well regarded in the field...
On March 6 in the Robert A. Pritzker Science Center Auditorium, more than 60 people joined the Department of Chemistry to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Professional Master’s program in Analytical Chemistry. Walter Eisenberg, professor emeritus and former chair of chemistry, was awarded a...
Breakthrough research into the structure of non-planar polyaromatic molecules by the research group of Andrey Rogachev, assistant professor of chemistry, is featured on the frontispiece of the January issue of Angewandte Chemie International Edition (impact factor 12). This study...
The National Science Teachers Association Awards and Recognitions Committee selected Illinois Tech alumnus Julio Mendez as a recipient of the 2017 Shell Urban Science Educators Development Award sponsored by Shell. The award is issued to showcase exemplary science teaching skills. He is one of five...
Norman Lederman, distinguished professor of mathematics and science education, will receive the Distinguished Service Award at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 2017 National Conference on Science Education in Los Angeles, California, March 30–April 2, 2017. This award honors NSTA...
A company founded by Illinois Tech scientists has received $225,000 to build an innovative nanoelectrofuel (NEF) flow battery that will store 1.5 times the energy of lithium ion batteries or three times the energy of lead acid batteries in the same volume. It also will offer the option of rapid...
Adam Denchfield, third year physics major, has received a prestigious internship for summer 2017 with the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National Lab under the Student Research Participation (SRP) program. His project will involve theoretical modeling of transport in...
by Reno WaswilDISTRIBUTION MANAGER, TechNews The use of radiation by research, government, and industrial agencies, while providing many advantages, does introduce concerns about the health of  workers  and  the general public who may be exposed to high-intensity radiation. Both...

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