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A video made by 2 grateful graduating seniors as a tribute to Cornell. More

I Just Got Tenure

With a comical twist, CBE Graduate students celebrate Professor Hanrath's tenure and promotion. More

Big Red runs Green

Cornell's commitment to sustainability earned it a spot in Sierra Magazine's top ten "coolest schools". More

David Allen '79: Lone Star Pioneer

An air-quality expert works to put Texas at the forefront of precollege engineering. More

2013 Commencement Ceremonies

Celebrating our graduates and wishing them the best in their future endeavors. More

Taniya Thomas (MEng '11)

Taniya knew from the start that she wanted to pursue a career in the energy industry. It was the certificate in Energy, Economics, and Engineering that spiked her interest. More

Mike Weill '80: Managing Risk in the Oil Industry

“We take for granted that we can drive down to the local gas station and fill up, heat our homes with natural gas or heating oil, and when we flick the light switch, the lights come on..." More

Mohsen Almajnouni (MEng '00)

Mohsen Almajnouni was born in Saudi Arabia. When one of his brothers became a Saudi Royal Air Force pilot and another studied in France, he envisioned finding his own way in the world. “From high school on, I was keen to pursue my education in the U.S.,” he says. More

Andy Irwin: ChemE Not on the Traditional Path

When Andy Irwin (BS '81, MEng '82) began the undergraduate ChemE program, he had plans to attend medical school to become a pediatrician. His experiences as a research assistant in Olin Hall set him on a different path. More

Bryan Jolley (MEng '07)

Bryan Jolley used the opportunity as an undergrad to co-enroll in the M.Eng program. He says, “I was interested in using this opportunity to get more in depth in my studies and to make myself more marketable beyond graduation." More

High School Students Experience Engineering First-Hand at Cornell

“We are trying to get women to actually think about going into engineering when they go to school,” said Kathy Rogers, a chemical and biomolecular engineering grad student. More

Chronicle Online: From Dream to Startup: Glycobia Becomes McGovern Center's First Client

"The science behind Glycobia originated in the lab of Matthew DeLisa, associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, Fisher's Ph.D. adviser and Glycobia founder." More

Praveen Agarwal

“Cornell, I thought it was a great place to do polymers. I had a couple of offers. I think I made a good choice,” said Agarwal. “Right from my beginning, I’ve been working with NIMs.” More

NYC Plans on 'Morning Joe'

MSNBC: Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Cornell President David Skorton joined Morning Joe December 20, 2011 to discuss the NYC Tech Campus. More

ChEGSA 2011

The Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Association (ChEGSA) organized a charity event to benefit the local Ithaca community. More

Margot Vigeant ‘94

Margot Vigeant ‘94
Hometown: Lewisburg, PA More

Michael Filler ‘00

Michael Filler '00
Hometown: Atlanta, GA More

Thomas Sequist ‘95

Thomas Sequist ‘95
Hometown: Boston, MA More

Brian Pfleger ‘00

Brian Pfleger ‘00
Hometown: Madison, WI More