Reimagining Migration

Re-imagining Migration Introduces Moving Stories

Re-imagining Migration has introduced Moving Stories, a mobile app for the Android and Apple platforms, that allows individuals and teachers to record the challenges of migration to a new country.
Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making

Carbon Capture and Utilization Won’t Mitigate Global Warming, Study Finds

Edward S. Rubin, professor at Carnegie Mellon University, co-authored a study on the potential of CO2 conversion to fuels, finding that carbon capture and utilization (CCU) has little potential to mitigate climate change, and could worsen the problem.
Veterans History Project app

App Allows Users to Collect Veterans' Oral Histories

The Veterans History Project App continues to preserve American Veteran’s stories, with users adding new oral histories to the Library of Congress archives on a continual basis.
Alabama EPSCoR

NSF Awards $20 Million EPSCoR Grant

Alabama is one of five state securing a $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation through the Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), thanks to the efforts of Dr. Gary Zank.
The Doyle Group

Doyle Group Developing Improvement for Artificial Pancreatic System

Francis J. Doyle III, Dean, Harvard Paulson School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, is leading a team of researchers developing a system that connects a diabetic patient’s artificial pancreas to their smart phone.
Hilay Boudet, Oregon State University.

OSU Researcher Receives $1 Million NSF Energy Grant

Hilary Boudet, assistant professor of sociology with Oregon State University, received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to teach families to reduce energy and utilize technology to track conservation efforts.
tepper

BT Group Researcher wins Best Student Paper Award at Informs/CIST

Nikhil Malik, a PhD student at Business Technology Group at Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, won the best student paper award at Informs/Conference of Information Systems and Technology.

Earnshaw Receives NIH Grant

Social psychologist Valerie Earnshaw received a four-year $750,000 Mentored Research Scientist Development Award from the National Institutes of Health.
Rice University Dept. Earth Science

Geochemist Joins International Science Team in Gulf of Corinth

Rice University’s Clint Miller, a postdoctoral geochemist research associate in the Department of Earth, has joined an international team of scientists collecting the first sediment samples ever drilled from the Gulf of Corinth, near Greece.