"Cornell’s experience was, in fact, part of a national trend which saw a shift in research funding patterns away from the lone wolf investigator model. That historical shift underpinned a broader move toward collaborative interdisciplinary science, which you will recognize in my past and which is what I believe led me here." Read more about Lynden Archer, Cornell Engineering Dean
Cornell Engineering Magazine
The spring 2020 issue of Cornell Engineering Magazine is now available. Inside you'll find research news, awards and honors, giving opportunities, and the following feature stories:
Big Red Data
Cornell engineers are crunching numbers to fight everything from coronavirus to climate change.
Q&A With Dean Lance Collins
Lance Collins reflects on his decade-long tenure as the Joseph Silbert Dean of Engineering, including his thoughts on leading through a crisis, his favorite moment, and the one ‘rule’ he was proud to break.
A Journey to Commercialization at Cornell
Engineers regularly simulate technologies with high-impact potential in the lab. For some, the way to get their tech out into the world is through the often-unfamiliar roller coaster ride of commercialization.
Inside the New Samuel C. Fleming Molecular Engineering Laboratories
The 7,300 square feet of new labs is being used for research into drug design, drug delivery, biomedical diagnostics, and the discovery of new materials. Its shared resources and collaborative atmosphere is a realization of Sam Fleming’s vision.
Alumni Profile: Linda Schadler '85
She can trace her Cornell roots back more than 100 years, but Linda Schadler ’85 is focused on the future, nurturing engineers as dean of the University of Vermont’s College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, and as a member of the Cornell Engineering College Council.