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Engineering faculty receive one-time-only IDEAS funds to support ‘breakthrough-level’ research

Jun. 11, 2010—Vanderbilt University will provide more than $3 million to 43 of its faculty researchers – 11 from the School of Engineering – over the next three years to support “breakthrough-level” research with the potential to “advance society’s greater good and collective wisdom.” The program, called Innovation and Discovery in Engineering And Science (IDEAS), will award...

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New magnet to sharpen imaging capabilities at Vanderbilt

Jun. 10, 2010—The Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science has received a $3.45 million federal stimulus grant to purchase one of the world’s strongest magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners. The 15 Tesla scanner will be used in studies of genetically engineered mice and other small animal models to further understanding of cancer, diabetes and brain disorders in...

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Alumni Biomedical Engineering News Research


Vanderbilt engineers, medical researchers play major role in new national center established to secure the privacy of electronic health information

Jun. 1, 2010—Slowly but steadily the U.S. health care community is moving into the digital age: shifting their medical records from paper to electronic information systems. This movement raises serious concerns about security and privacy of patients’ medical information. In an attempt to put these concerns to rest, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has...

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A conversation with Steve Hays, BE’73

Jun. 1, 2010—Steve Hays, BE’73, partner and chairman of the board of Gobbell Hays Partners Inc., is featured in the Nashville Business Journal. Gobbell Hays Partners Inc., provides architectural and environmental consulting services to a client base that spans from Aruba to Anchorage. An expert in indoor air quality and asbestos assessment and control, Hays has co-authored...

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Alumni Civil and Environmental Engineering News


ME students receive awards during Senior Reception

May. 19, 2010—Distinguished awards were presented May 13 to five seniors and three design teams at a reception hosted by the mechanical engineering department in honor of the department’s graduating seniors. More than 150 people, including seniors and their families, and the ME faculty attended the gala reception in Featheringill Hall’s Adams Atrium. The ME Program Award...

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Mechanical Engineering News


School bestows honors on 2010 graduating seniors

May. 13, 2010—Awards and honors were presented by Dean Kenneth F. Galloway May 13 to 31 seniors at the School of Engineering’s annual Commencement Reception. Andrew Philip Jallouk, Oak Ridge, Tenn., is this year’s Founder’s Medalist and is graduating with a bachelor of engineering in biomedical engineering with a second major in chemistry. The Founder’s Medal signifies...

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Engineering faculty promoted; annual awards presented

May. 12, 2010—Dean Kenneth F. Galloway announced May 11 the promotions of seven engineering faculty members at the final faculty meeting of the 2009-2010 academic year and presented four awards at a reception following the meeting. Seven faculty members have been promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure: Franz Baudenbacher, biomedical engineering; Florence Sanchez, civil...

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Local high school students tackle global water challenge in 2010 JETS TEAMS competition

May. 4, 2010—Tennessee high schools have been named national winners in the Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) TEAMS engineering competition for 2010. This year, they tackled one of the world’s most pressing problems – the global water shortage, highlighted recently by the Haiti earthquake. Each year, JETS, through its TEAMS competition, provides students in grades nine through...

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Alumni Civil and Environmental Engineering News


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