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  • Professor of the Practice Brian Tracey
    Professor of the Practice Brian Tracey has received a university-wide Teaching with Technology Award for his innovative use of technology in the classroom.
  • Professor of the Practice Ron Lasser
    Professor of the Practice Ronald Lasser has received the 2017 Henry and Madeline Fischer Award for Teaching Excellence in the School of Engineering.
  • MWSCAS logo and photo of Boston skyline
    Facilitated by Associate Professor Valencia Koomson, who is the symposium's Technical Program chair, Tufts will host the 60th IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems from August 6-9.
  • Assistant Professor Shuchin Aeron
    Assistant Professor Shuchin Aeron was recently named lead guest editor for a special issue of IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging.
  • Alum Bobby Dutton delivers the spring Lyon and Bendheim Alumni Lecture.
    Bobby Dutton, E04, founded college concert production company GrooveBoston while he was a computer engineering student at Tufts.
  • Four undergraduate student award winners.
    A number of engineering undergraduate students were honored for their academic achievements at the recent Tufts Honors Convocation.
  • Two women working together.
    Professor and Associate Dean Karen Panetta talks about how Tufts engineering students connect with industry mentors as they work on senior capstone projects.
  • Awards at MakeMIT
    A team of Tufts Engineering undergraduates won first place in the MakeMIT hackathon, with their battery-operated sensor system to track a cyclist's posture.
  • Team Tarsier poses with the check for their winning pitch.
    Engineering students and faculty delivered winning pitches at the 2017 $100k New Ventures Competition, hosted by Tufts Gordon Institute.
  • Tufts graduate students present their research to students at Medford High School.
    In the annual Reverse Science Fair, Tufts graduate students — including four engineering Ph.D. candidates — visited Medford High School to share their own research and learn about the high school students' science and engineering projects.

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