Charles Keppler '18 and Serena Omo-Lamai '20 designed and built prototypes for an easy to use microfiber trapping device in the [email protected] program. Read more about Student Invention Selected as a Finalist for the James Dyson Award
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Our community of scholars is united in our commitment to the advancement of knowledge. The success of our College and, most importantly, our students stems from a special combination of rigorous thinking, deep knowledge, empathy, responsiveness, creativity, and the agility necessary to span the boundaries of disciplines, job descriptions, and cultures. We are equally committed to education and research and seek to achieve nothing less than a higher quality of life for all by building a safer, healthier, and more sustainable world.
Our College’s four academic departments provide cross- and multi-disciplinary opportunities for students and emphasize student-centered programs and the pursuit of research with global impact.
College Featured Content
October 19, 2017
Engineering and computer science disciplines are often misidentified as fields of purely technical study. Professor Dana Radcliffe argues that those who pursue these disciplines have an explicit responsibility to remain aware of their work’s impact upon society.Read More about Power & Responsibility – Ethics in Engineering & Computer Science
October 18, 2017
Air Orange is one of just 30 teams competing in a first-of-its-kind collaborative machine-learning competition to overcome scarcity in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum.Read More about Syracuse’s Air Orange Team Competing to Reinvent Wireless Data Transmission