Today James M. Anderson adds another honor to an already impressive list: membership in the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
The recognition comes a decade after Anderson won election to the Institute of Medicine, five years after he won election to the Association of American Physicians, and a year after he won election to the American Academy for the Advancement of Science. It also comes 19 days after he won the 2013 Acta Biomaterialia Gold Medal from the American Physical Society.
Engineers Week runs Feb. 14th through the 22nd and offers engaging engineering activities for everyone--from the Engineering Carnival to a trivia night at the Jolly Scholar and a light bulb drop in Nord Hall.
Registration is now open for the E-Week banquet on Feb. 21, which includes a panel discussion on "Smart Buildings with Green Technologies," led by CSE's Alexis Abramson and featuring a distinguished panel of experts from Eaton Corporation, The Jacob Group, Higley Construction and Green Concepts International. Faculty, staff, alumni and friends can register here and students can register here. Registration is open until Feb. 15; don't miss out on this campus-wide celebration of engineering!
As part of its Speaker Series, the Great Lakes Energy Institute presents Marija D. Ilic, professor of electrical and computer engineering and engineering and public policy at Carnegie Mellon University.
Professor Ilic will discuss "Dynamic Monitoring and Decision Systems for Sustainable Electric Energy Service" on Mon. Feb. 11 at 11:30 a.m. in Nord 310.
Learn more and register now.
Case Western Reserve University is teaming with TECH CORPS and the Cleveland Metropolitan School District to offer free TECHie Camps this summer, providing elementary and middle school students an opportunity to learn how to program computers, design their own video games and more.
With financial support from the Gelfand Engineering and Technology Education Fund, three free, one-week camps will be available to up to 60 students from the district’s K-8 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) schools and from its system-wide gifted program. The camps will take place on the Case Western Reserve campus.
The university's daylong celebration of all the cutting-edge research being conducted at Case Western Reserve University--Research ShowCASE--returns in 2013. The Office of Research and Technology Management announced the event will take place in the Veale Convocation Center on Fri., April 12.
All Case Western Reserve faculty, staff and students, as well as researchers from university-affiliated institutions, are invited to participate. The event will include scientific posters, interactive display booths and more.
For a chance to display at Research ShowCASE, submit an online abstract describing your research by Feb. 11. Learn more and submit your abstract at ora.ra.cwru.edu/showcase/index.cfm.