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Cornell Engineering undergraduate makes a habit of giving back

Cornell Engineering undergraduate Haley Antoine ’19 is always looking for ways to give back. In addition to her classes, her lab work, her Irish Dance practice, and her mentorship of Code Red Robotics, Antoine has somehow managed to fit several other activities into her days. She is a resident assistant in Balch Hall and a peer advisor in the ENGR 1050 class for freshmen engineering majors. As if she weren’t busy enough with all of that, she is also earning a minor in English. More

Alumni Spotlight: Jaclyn Carlson, M.Eng. 2012

Alumna incorporates biomedical engineering into a career as a veterinarian More

Alumni Spotlight: Liz Wayne, Ph.D. 2015

A 2017 TED Fellow breaking rules to create a better future More

Alumni Spotlight: Daniel Dotse, M.Eng. 2011

Scholarship and industry experience compel alumnus to employ his skills for positive social change More

Meet the 2016 NSF Fellows

Congratulations to the students who won a 2016 National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship More

Welcome Ilana Brito

Brito uses systems biology approaches to study the transmission of bacterial and genetic components of the human microbiome More

PhD Summer Immersion in NYC

Check out what our PhD students are up to this summer during their immersion term in NYC. More

Meet the 2016 GAANN Fellows

The Meinig School proudly congratulates the five students awarded the 2016 Graduate Assistantships in Areas of National Need (GAANN) fellowships More

Alumni Spotlight: Casey Kraning-Rush, Ph.D. 2013

Alumna takes her research skills to court (intellectual property law) More

Faculty Spotlight: Claudia Fischbach-Teschl

Claudia Fischbach-Teschl uses tissue-engineered model systems to understand the effect of a tumor cell's natural microenvironment on other parts of the body. More