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NPS Alumnus Applies Research to Improve Efficacy, Cost of Radar and Counter UAS Systems
No one knows how to improve conditions on the battlefield like warfighters themselves. This unique perspective allows mid-career officers across the services to choose graduate programs that not only ... Read More

New NPS Robotics Engineering Certificate Underway
The prevalence of unmanned systems across the DOD landscape, and its projected increase, has placed a unique demand on service members and the skills they bring to the fight. In the same way a compute... Read More

Distinguished Professor Applies for Patent to More Efficiently Detect FOD
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Distinguished Professor Oleg Yakimenko recently filed for a patent proposing a system for automated detection, classification and possible removal of foreign object deb... Read More

NPS Study Leads to Turbulence for Kolmogorov’s Power Constant
Nature doesn’t care if humans get physics laws right, but understanding how the world works helps people properly interact with nature. So when Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Research Assistant Profe... Read More

NPS Explores Next-Generation Acoustic Detection
A team of Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) researchers is partnering with local research institutions to explore some of the latest technology in acoustics sensors, investigating a challenge the Navy h... Read More

Two NPS Grads Among NASA’s Newest Astronauts
Two Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) alumni have just graduated astronaut basic training with the first cohort for NASA’s Artemis program, poised to open a new chapter of American space exploration. M... Read More

Army Graduate Turns to NPS to Advance Education for Acquisition Pros
On December 20, the first cohort of 30 Army Acquisition Corps Officers will graduate from a new degree curriculum, called 522, at NPS with a Master of Science Degree in Systems Engineering Management.... Read More

NPS Researchers Regulate Temperature With Innovation in Phase Change Materials
A team of Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) researchers recently published the results of their successful experimentation using phase change materials (PCMs) to develop a formulation with potential to ... Read More

Wozencraft Award Winner, Summer Quarter 2019
Over the coming days, we’ll look back at the experiences of several of the Summer Quarter’s top student award winners, from their own words ... First up, Lt. Sean Kennedy, the 2019 Summer Quarter reci... Read More

NPS Researchers Play Leading Roles in Massive Arctic Study
The largest Central Arctic expedition in human history – the Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) – is scheduled to depart Norway on September 19 with two NP... Read More

NPS Campus Hosts Ordnance and Ballistics Group for Industry, Academia Collaboration
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), in partnership with the National Armaments Consortium (NAC), hosted the 68th annual Ordnance and Ballistics Technology Working Group allowing researchers and devel... Read More

Former Vice President Dan Quayle Tours Campus, Research Labs
Dan Quayle, 44th Vice President of the United States, took an opportunity to learn more about the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and its unique mission of defense-relevant graduate education and rese... Read More

Research in Review – A Legacy Under the Ice
For more than 20 years, the Naval Postgraduate School’s home-grown, innovative Autonomous Ocean Flux Buoy has braved some of the Earth’s harshest environments in support of student research and scient... Read More

NPSAT-1 Launches Onboard SpaceX Falcon Heavy
The long wait finally came to an end for faculty and researchers in the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Space Systems Academic Group (SSAG). Following several external delays to a launch that was or... Read More

NPS researchers honored with regional clean air award
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) received Monterey area community recognition recently for its efforts to reduce the Navy’s carbon footprint in developing alternative energy technology. Lecturer D... Read More

NPS Internship Program Helps Students Refine Research Through Industry Connections
The Naval Postgraduate School Industry Internship Program recently completed its third iteration sending 21 students for week-long internships at leading private sector technology companies to develop... Read More

NPS Marine Corps students build, launch comms rocket
Randsburg, Calif. - When two Devil Dogs recently launched a rocket built from scratch over the barren wastes of the Mojave Desert, they took the expeditionary power of the United States Marine Corps t... Read More

Army student’s systems engineering research goes global
U.S. Army Plans Officer and Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Systems Engineering student Capt. Rondolf Moreno captured the attention of the engineering community with his research into modeling and sim... Read More

Systems Engineering Professor Earns 2019 Hamming Interdisciplinary Award
Dr. Oleg Yakimenko, Professor in the NPS Department of Systems Engineering and founding director of the Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Center (ADSC) and the Autonomous Systems Engineering and Integra... Read More

NPS Researchers Partner on Next Generation Climate Model
A team of professors from the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Department of Applied Mathematics has joined a consortium of leading researchers seeking to revolutionize the world of climate modeling ... Read More

NPS professor selected to receive prestigious engineering award
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) selected Dr. Young W. Kwon, a Distinguished Professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department, for the annual S. Y. Zamrik Pressure V... Read More

NPS researcher explores 3D printing with extremely viscous materials
Dr. Emre Gunduz arrived at NPS in July, ready to continue his cutting-edge work with the 3D printing of extremely viscous materials. This work is the culmination of two years of research and testing c... Read More

New Climate Model to Be Built from the Ground Up
Facing the certainty of a changing climate coupled with the uncertainty that remains in predictions of how it will change, scientists and engineers from across the country are teaming up to build a ne... Read More

Physics Professor’s Patents Could Help Speed Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
A Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) applied physics associate professor was recently awarded a series of patents which could dramatically reduce the cost and time of infectious disease diagnosis. Dr. E... Read More

NPS Team Completes Remote Arctic Research Expedition
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) scientists and students just returned from the heart of the desolate Arctic on an expedition which will deepen our understanding of a rapidly retreating northern ice pa... Read More

NDIA Honors NPS Distinguished Professor Through Young Professional’s Award
NPS Distinguished Professor Emeritus Robert E. Ball of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department was honored by the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) as it renamed its award for... Read More

Defense Energy Seminar Examines Navy’s Future Use of Electrical Energy Tech
A group of energy officials from across the Navy teamed up to provide the NPS community with an overview of the Navy’s future electrical energy technology development during the latest Defense Energy ... Read More

Annual Workshop Envisions Future Use of Unmanned Systems
The Naval Postgraduate School’s Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) held its annual Warfare Innovation Continuum (WIC) Workshop, Sept. 17-20. The WIC is a coo... Read More

NPS Research Brings Navy One Step Closer to Laser-Equipped Destroyers
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) has brought the U.S. Navy one step closer to its goal of deploying laser weapons on destroyers by 2020. Members of NPS’ Directed Energy Research Group went to sea ... Read More

Four NPS Faculty Recognized as Distinguished Professors
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recognized four of its top faculty by conferring the honored title of Distinguished Professor in recognition of their exceptional and sustained scholarly, teaching ... Read More

NPS Student Gives New Voice to Hope Services Janitor
“There is no one else I can think of who deserves this kind of communication device more than Juan,” said U.S. Air Force Capt. Zachary Daniels during a presentation to Hope Services Janitor Juan Olgui... Read More

NPS Professor Appointed Editor-In-Chief of “Systems Engineering” Journal
NPS Department of Systems Engineering Professor Clifford Whitcomb has been selected to serve as the new Editor-In-Chief (EIC) of “Systems Engineering” journal, a bimonthly publication recognized as a ... Read More

Summer Interns Help NPS Engineers Explore Unmanned Systems
Two young interns are making some serious waves this summer at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). High school senior Kathryn Yeager and college sophomore Colin Cool are spending their summer breaks... Read More

NPS Students Begins Rare Quarter-long Internship With NASA
A Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) graduate student has boldly gone where no NPS physics student has gone before. Navy Lt. Todd Coursey recently embarked on a quarter-long internship this summer with ... Read More

NPS-Developed Software Detects System Design Errors Early
A small group of Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) faculty has teamed up with NPS’ Center for Educational Design, Development and Distribution (CED3) to develop a software-based tool which has the power... Read More

NPS Professors Honored With Navy’s Distinguished Service Award
Two Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) professors have received the highest honorary award bestowed on Navy civilians by the Secretary of the Navy. Operations research (OR) professors Gerald Brown and N... Read More

Spring Grad’s Thesis Examines Vulnerabilities in the Space Domain
A Spring Quarter Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) graduate received two of the school’s prestigious student awards for the master’s thesis he wrote on his way to dual master’s degrees. U.S. Army Maj. ... Read More

NPS Inducts Newest Member into Esteemed Hall of Fame
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recently welcomed its newest inductee into the university’s prestigious Hall of Fame. Vice Adm. Jan E. Tighe was presented with the NPS Hall of Fame medal – honori... Read More

ECE Professor Recognized with Annual Schieffelin Award
The Rear Adm. John J. Schieffelin Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Naval Postgraduate School was awarded to Dr. Frank Kragh, Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Eng... Read More

NPS Holds 13th International Mine Warfare Technology Symposium
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Navy’s Office of Expeditionary Warfare (N95), and the Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUS... Read More

Reorganization Provides NPS Faculty With New Opportunities in Leadership
Early this year, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Provost Dr. Steven Lerman announced a restructuring of his office, creating two new associate provost positions, and new opportunities for university f... Read More

Former NPS Professor Returns to Lecture on Future of Undersea Communication
Dr. Joe Rice, a former research professor in the NPS Department of Physics, returned to campus to offer the latest Menneken Lecture, May 3. While on campus, Rice was also honored with the NATO Science... Read More

Bowman Scholar’s USNA CubeSat Research Gets Help from NPS
Space robots will be launched into orbit this summer by a team of junior Navy officers in a test which has the opportunity to bring significant change to how the Department of Defense (DOD) operates a... Read More

NPS Physics Professor’s Patent Could Have Significant Applications in Treatment of Cancer
A Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) applied physics associate professor has just been awarded a patent that could potentially revolutionize the treatment of cancer. Dr. Emil Kartalov received the paten... Read More

Annual NRWG Connects Navy's Issues to NPS Researchers
The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) held its latest annual Naval Research Working Group (NRWG), April 10-12, 2018, on the university’s campus in Monterey. The NRWG serves as a forum for Navy and Marin... Read More

NPS Earns High Marks in Annual Grad School Rankings
“U.S. News and World Report” released their annual rankings for graduate universities across the nation, and once again, NPS programs performed well in the analysis, including a number one overall ran... Read More

Hamming Award Recipient Recognized for Interdisciplinary Studies in Big Data
Dr. James Scrofani, Associate Professor in the NPS Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and founding director of the university’s Center for Multi-INT Studies (CMIS), is the winner of the... Read More

Local Mayor Helps ECE Faculty Evaluate Wozencraft Competition
Pacific Grove Mayor Bill Kampe joined the usual panel of NPS Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty as the finalists for the quarterly John McReynolds Wozencraft Academic Award in electrical and ... Read More

Annual Menneken Awards Honor NPS' Top Researchers
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Provost Dr. Steven R. Lerman announced the winners of the 2017 Menneken Awards, Jan. 10. Made possible by the NPS Foundation through a grant from the Carl E. and Jessie... Read More

Communications Award Recipient Recognized by Former CJCS Mike Mullen
Electrical and Computer Engineering student Lt. Cmdr. Ehren J. Bittner is the 2017 Fall Quarter recipient of the 138th Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association (AFCEA) John McReynolds Wo... Read More

Annual Short Course Covers Maritime Technology, Techniques
NPS Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Philip Pace welcomes attendees from the Swedish Armed Forces to the latest Technologies for Information Operations (TIO) short course, O... Read More

Defense Execs Share Industry’s Perspective on Major Acquisition Programs
NPS students showed up in force to get insight first-hand from some of the defense industry’s most senior leaders during a panel discussion with university faculty, Aug. 16. The NPS Department of Syst... Read More

CubeSat Communications Research Competes in NASA iTech
Research into how small satellites, known as CubeSats, communicate with each other and the Earth performed by a team of researchers in the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Space Systems Academic Grou... Read More

Former Distinguished Professor Returns to Present the Terawatt Challenge
Former NPS Distinguished Professor of Physics Dr. Nancy Haegel presented the latest Defense Energy Seminar on “Terawatt-Scale Photovoltaics: Trajectories and Challenges” in the Mechanical Engineering ... Read More

NPS Faculty Churn Out New Research from an Old Tank
Researchers in NPS’ Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE), and Systems Engineering (SE), have given an old tow tank new life, completing the installation of a student-designed wave... Read More

Professor Leaves Lasting Legacy on NPS, Systems Engineering
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Professor of Systems Engineering (SE) Dr. David H. Olwell will soon be settling in to his new position as Dean of Engineering at Saint Martin's University in Lacey, Was... Read More

Students Use Design Thinking to Forecast Future of Civil Affairs
NPS defense analysis students and Civil Affairs (CA) officers, U.S. Army Majs. Sam Hayes and Ken Nguyen, organized a Design Thinking workshop, March 3-6, for the thesis capstone project in Dr. Nancy R... Read More

AFIT Selects NPS Professor to be Next Provost
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Professor Sivaguru S. Sritharan was recently selected to serve as the next provost of the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT). “When this opportunity came around ... Read More

Faculty Research Into Capturing EM Wave Energy Leads to Patent
Professor David Jenn with the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) has been awarded a patent for his Dipole with an Unbalanced Microstrip Feed antenn... Read More

Engineering Students, Faculty Find Solutions in Satellite Sustainability
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students Lt. Eric Kinzbrunner and Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Argenziano are in the midst of their research theses in the university’s Graduate School of Engineering and Applied ... Read More

NPS Meteorology Examines Environmental Effects on Electromagnetic Waves
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Department of Meteorology Professor Qing Wang welcomed a multidisciplinary group of scientists to NPS’ Root Hall to kick off a multiyear, multidisciplinary study to exp... Read More

NPS Special Report: Supporting the COCOMs – U.S. Southern Command
Throughout the U.S. Southern Command’s organization, a network of partnerships with the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, Calif. on several high-visibility initiatives continues to have a d... Read More

Monterey Academy of Oceanographic Science Students Explore NPS Labs, Facilities
The Naval Postgraduate School hosted a group of high school students from the Monterey Academy of Oceanographic Science (MAOS) for an afternoon of activities and demonstrations to encourage pursuit of... Read More

NPS Systems Engineering Program Puts Product Development in the Spotlight
The Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Joint Executive Systems Engineering Management - Product Development 21st Century (SEM-PD21) program is working to bring together senior engineering and technical... Read More

Southcom Turns to NPS to Evaluate CubeSats for Communications Support
The U.S. Southern Command (Southcom) has embarked on an ambitious international CubeSat program, and turned to the Naval Postgraduate School for help. The NPS Distributed Information Systems and Expe... Read More

Growth in HSI Programs Underscores Value of Humans in Systems Design
When the Naval Postgraduate School graduated its first cohort of students in the distance learning Master of Human Systems Integration (HSI) degree program this past quarter, it was not the first time... Read More

NPS Alumnus, Mercury 7 Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter Passes
Mercury 7 astronaut and NPS alumnus retired Navy Cmdr. M. Scott Carpenter passed away Thursday, Oct. 10, from complications related to a recent stroke. A graduate of NPS' General Line School in 1959, ... Read More

Remote Antarctic Research Details Ice Melt Below Massive Glacier
An international team of scientists and glaciologists are reaping the data-rich rewards of an exhaustive expedition to the Western Antarctic Ice Shelf’s (WAIS) Pine Island Glacier, where landmark meas... Read More

NPS, Hartnell College Intern Program Leads to Increased Opportunity for Regional Students
When the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) recently joined regional leaders, educators and students at the Hartnell College Internship Symposium, Aug. 24, the inner workings and broad impact of an ambit... Read More

NPS Leads Collaborative Effort to Inspire Innovation Across Government, Beyond
The Naval Postgraduate School’s Joint Interagency Field Exploration (JIFX) program brought together more than 400 researchers, scientists, first responders and military personnel, Aug. 5-8, to conduct... Read More

Professional Dialogue With NPS President Helps Students Set Thesis Topics
When Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Interim President Rear Adm. Jan E. Tighe spent an afternoon discussing information dominance and information warfare (IW) with a small group of systems engineering... Read More

NPS Adds Another Astronaut Alumnus With NASA’s Newest Class
When NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced the latest class of NASA’s eight astronaut candidates, June 17, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) was able to add yet another space-traveling alumnus... Read More

NPS, SPAWAR Collaboration Explores High-Energy Laser Weapon Defense
From earth’s orbit to the world’s oceans, the U.S. Navy is dedicated to protecting the communications capabilities and manpower necessary for operations worldwide. Defense researchers are consistently... Read More

NPS’ Long-Time Directed Energy Program Turns to Power Supply Systems
Physicists at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) are collaborating with researchers at the University of Texas to develop the power supply that will help make ship-born laser weapons a reality on U.S... Read More

NPS Department of Systems Engineering Ranked 21st in the Nation
U.S. News and World Report recently released its annual rankings of the top graduate schools in the country, and the Naval Postgraduate School’s own Department of Systems Engineering ranked 21st on th... Read More

Former NPS Aeronautics Professor Named AIAA Honorary Fellow
Not many people are presented with the honor of being named an American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Honorary Fellow. But for a former NPS distinguished professor who dedicated his... Read More

NPS Team Sees Success in Research on Pine Island Glacier
For most, setting foot on a desolate Antarctic glacier would be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. And with its bone-chilling winds and uncomfortably low temperatures, once in a lifetime might be just ... Read More

Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge Honored with Prestigious INCOSE Award
Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Professor of Systems Engineering (SE), Dr. Dave Olwell, and his colleague, Stevens Institute of Technology Distinguished Research Professor Dr. Art Pyster, earned “Prod... Read More

Design Team Successfully Accelerates Beam in FEL Spoke Cavity
The Naval Postgraduate School’s long history in Free Electron Laser research reached another milestone late last year when the team achieved the first successful acceleration of an electron beam in a ... Read More

NPS Student Uses Social Science Background to Promote Change
When Naval Postgraduate School Mechanical Engineering student Lt. Ryan Hilger sees a need for change, he turns to his background in social science to engage people in conversation around the issue. It... Read More

NPS Alumnus Applies Education, Navy Career in Leading NOAA Operations
When NPS alumnus and current Deputy Under Secretary for Operations at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Dr. David Titley, likens the structure of his organization to that of ... Read More

Researchers, Commanders Partner on Potential Networking Revolution
When men and women go into combat they accept a level of risk that is hard for people outside the profession of arms to comprehend. Still, there is one call that causes even the most seasoned veterans... Read More

University USW Curriculum Leads Resurgence in Undersea Warfare Dominance
Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.” These iconic words, presented to rousing cheers by then President Ronald Reagan on June 12, 1987 in West Berlin, were the defining moment of a generation. With th... Read More

NPS Injects New Life Into Advanced Materials Research
Scientists in lab coats build tunnels through quantum space. They connect microscopic tubes and build structures that sense defects, carry information and deliver energy one molecule at a time. As fan... Read More

NPS Researchers Evaluate Biofuels for Powering the Fleet
As the largest consumer of fuel in the United States, the Department of Defense has recognized the need to reduce its own dependence on foreign oil, and explore cheaper, safer alternatives. In support... Read More

Singaporean Students, University Faculty Apply Innovative Control Technologies to UAVs
Two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) hover over a building in Singapore. UAV one drops 20 feet and enters through an open window, while UAV two flies slowly above a fire escape until locating a point o... Read More

Mathematics Faculty, Researchers Develop Candidate Model for Multi-Agency Weather Prediction
With a fleet constantly on the move, and a commitment to securing the world’s waterways, it’s no wonder the U.S. Navy relies on highly-accurate weather prediction models to operate safely and efficien... Read More

NPS Researchers Apply the Latest Battery Chemistries to Power the Fleet
Students and faculty at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) are planning to design and build a battery using technologies that have already been called a potential game-changer. U.S. Army Capt. Andre... Read More

NPS Student Team Analyzes Operational Utility of Future USVs
Students of Naval Postgraduate School’s Systems Engineering Analysis (SEA) curriculum have completed a study representing a first-order analysis of the unmanned surface vessel (USV) of the future. Tha... Read More

Memorial Ceremony Honors the Life and Service of Capt. Alan “Dex” Poindexter
The Naval Postgraduate School community gathered on August 10 to pay their final respects to a man who committed his life to his family and country. Several hundred people, including his family and c... Read More

NPS Professor Emeritus Co-Authors Definitive Text on Rocket Technology
Emeritus Professor Dr. Oscar Biblarz of the Naval Postgraduate School’s Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has seen great things come of his book, "Rocket Propulsion Elements," 8th Ed... Read More

Sub Group Commander Returns to Alma Mater to Talk Undersea Warfare
Commander, Submarine Group 2 (SUBGRU 2) returned to his alma mater, Aug. 1-3, to deliver remarks to Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Undersea Warfare (USW) students, and to strengthen the bond between ... Read More

NRC Postdoctoral Program a Win-Win for Campus, Researchers
Research has long been a cornerstone of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) mission – it is a simple, straightforward requirement at any graduate level university. At NPS, students and faculty from ac... Read More

University Mourns Loss of Dean of Students Capt. Alan Poindexter
On Sunday, July 1, a tragic accident off the coast of Pensacola, Fla., claimed the life of Naval Postgraduate School Dean of Students and Executive Director of Programs Capt. Alan “Dex” Poindexter. P... Read More

NPS Cycling Club, Local Community Pay Tribute to Capt. Alan Poindexter
On Saturday, July 21, close to 200 members of the Naval Postgraduate School and local communities made their way from Lovers Point to NPS to pay tribute to the late Capt. Alan "Dex" Poindexter, the un... Read More

NPS Welcomes Consultant Dr. Fenton Carey for SGL
On May 15, Naval Postgraduate School students, faculty and staff welcomed aeronautical engineering alumnus Dr. Fenton Carey, a retired naval officer, for a Secretary of the Navy Guest Lecture entitled... Read More

NPS, NASA Researchers Employ Global Hawk UAVs in Hurricane Genesis Research
In 1900, a hurricane generating 140 mph winds hit Galveston, Texas, leaving over 6,000 casualties in what is the most deadly natural disaster in U.S. history. Over a century later, Hurricane Katrina r... Read More

Longtime Oceanography Professor Named New Dean of Research
NPS Oceanography Department Professor and Chair, Dr. Jeffrey Paduan, has been selected to serve as the new Vice President and Dean of Research, effective July 2. Paduan will be taking over for the cur... Read More

Alumnus Applies NPS Studies to Building the Navy’s Newest Ships
From the halls of the Naval Postgraduate School to shipyards across the country, NPS electrical engineering alumnus Capt. Robert Crowe, Supervisor of Shipbuilding (SUPSHIP), Conversion and Repair, Bat... Read More

Distinguished Professor Honored with Fulbright Award
Distinguished Professor Dr. Nancy Haegel was recently awarded a Fulbright scholar award for research and lecturing for her work in near-field scanning optical microscopy. Her work will take her to Heb... Read More