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  • Susan Landau
    Susan Landau, Bridge Professor in the Fletcher School and the Department of Computer Science, examines the efficacy of cellphone tracking to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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    Marlene Wolfe, EG19, who received a PhD in civil and environmental engineering, conducted a systematic review of the effectiveness of handwashing practices.
  • A woman leaning against a railing
    Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Engineering, spoke with The New York Times on how A.I. and machine learning systems can be used to prevent equipment breakdowns at airports.
  • Cybersecurity Susan Landau
    Bridge Professor Susan Landau was named a National Associate by the Council of the National Academy of Sciences.
  • Professor Lenore Cowen
    Professor Lenore Cowen received the 2020 CRA-E Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentoring Award.
  • Chanel Richardson in the Science and Engineering Complex

    As more women enter the School of Engineering—their numbers equaling those of men in an undergraduate class—it’s clear that challenging opportunities with far-reaching impact are a big draw.

  • Tiampo Family Assistant Professor Amy Pickering
    Tiampo Family Assistant Professor Amy Pickering is leading a test to see if a simple solution to bringing clean water to low-resource communities improves health outcomes.
  • Alumna Enya Hughes at Frequency Therapeutics
    Alumna Enya Hughes is working as a research associate at Frequency Therapeutics, a biotechnology company seeking to regenerate lost hearing.
  • A woman sitting at a table with LEGO in front of her
    Merredith Portsmore was named an associate editor of the Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research.
  • Melissa Pickering at TEDxMunchen
    Melissa Pickering, Department of Mechanical Engineeering and Center for Engineering Education and Outreach alumnae, discusses how tech should be designed for kids.

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