The Technology Innovation Scholars Program is one of the initiatives supported by the Societal Engineering Endowed Fund. When Kenneth R. Lutchen assumed the deanship of the College of Engineering in 2006, he soon introduced his concept of creating the Societal Engineer.
Author: Michael G Seele
College of Engineering Dean Kenneth Lutchen is a firm believer in expanding young people’s career horizons and ensuring the country […]
By Michael Seele The College of Engineering and several of its programs advanced and saw improved peer assessment scores in […]
By Kenneth R. Lutchen “I want to be an engineer when I grow up. . .” That was the heartening […]
Details BU effort to boost STEM teachers
Prof. Christopher Chen and his team have developed a three-dimensional platform for studying cell interactions with fibers and discovered some relationships that may upend some of thinking on how cells sense tissue stiffness.
Boston University engineering and science researchers now have top-tier computing power that enables them to run simulations of unprecedented complexity […]
Popular Science magazine has named Asst. Prof. Hatice Altug (ECE, SE) among the nation’s top 10 young scientists and engineers. […]
SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, has elected Professor Irving Bigio (ECE, BME) to the rank of Fellow […]
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has selected Assistant Professor Xue Han (BME) as winner of a 2011 Sloan Research Fellowship […]