Renovation work is right on schedule at the McGauvran Student Center, which will feature new dining options, learning commons and smart classrooms when it reopens in January 2016.
The School of Criminology and Justice Studies celebrated its graduates and alumni, including its first nine Ph.D. students, a beloved professor and heroic alum.
After delivering a memorable Commencement address, award-winning actor LeVar Burton took time to share his thoughts on educational entrepreneurship and other topics.
Thousands of students, faculty, staff and community members took part in more than a dozen events and projects commemorating the civil rights movement and 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.
Margo T. Oge '72, ’75, a former director at the Environmental Protection Agency, visited campus recently to talk to students and faculty as part of Engineering Dean Joseph Hartman’s colloquium series.
Presiding over Commencement for the eighth and final time, Chancellor Marty Meehan ’78 congratulated 3,716 graduates on their achievement, challenging them to make the world a better place.
The civil engineering professor highlighted his research in his recent University Professor Lecture — entitled “Sniffing and Tasting the Fruits of Interdisciplinary Research” — at Alumni Hall on North Campus.
As nearly 3,800 graduates embark on the next chapter of their lives, many already have full-time jobs waiting for them following Commencement. Here’s a look at how a few of them did it.
Building on a relationship he forged with visiting musician Howard Levy, SRT Chair John Shirley recorded a five-song harmonica recording during his sabbatical.
Members of the Class of 2015 say learning through research, internships, faculty members and specialized programs have helped get where they are today.
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