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    Alumnus Profile: Dr. Mark Spong, Dean of Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas

    Dr. Spong (DSc SSM 1981), Dean of the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas.

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    Boeing Employees Mentor ESE Students

    ESE student qualified for the first robotics championships with the help of Boeing employee

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    ESE Class of 2013 Valedictorians

    Five of the 10 Engineering Class of 2013 Valedictorians are ESE Students

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    Developing Capacity for Systems Thinking in Schools

    Engineering undergraduate Madeleine Polk has paper accepted to System Dynamics Conference

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    ESE discovery could help in the battle against hackers

    A discovery made in the mid-90’s by two professors of electrical engineering may help lead to more secure credit card payments.

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    Alumnus Profile: James V. Leonard, senior technical fellow at Boeing Defense Space & Security, to receive Alumni Achievement Award

    Mr. Leonard (MSEE 1966) opened the door to integrating the Harpoon missile on the F-16 fighter by developing the Harpoon University Launch Adapter Unit.

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    Alumnus Profile: T. Alan Hurwitz, President of Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., to receive Alumni Achievement Award

    Dr. Hurwitz (BSEE 1965) is at the forefront of higher education for the deaf in the United States.

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    Alumnus Profile: W. E. Moerner, chair of the Department of Chemistry at Stanford University, to receive Alumni Achievement Award

    Dr. Moerner (BSEE 1975), Professor in Chemistry and Professor of Applied Physics at Stanford University, has created a new field of science.

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    Alumnus Profile: Lt. Kyle Woerner of the U.S. Navy

    Lt. Woerner (BSSSE 2004), a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, has risen above his peers with the help of his experiences and education at Washington University.

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    Students awarded for National Science Foundation video

    Graduate students Daniel McGibney, Paul Dohmen, and Ignacio de Erausquin won an award for the "Graduate K-12 Video Competition" while under the direction of their mentor, Prof. Hiro Mukai.

Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering

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