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Two Johns Hopkins researchers elected to National Academy of Engineering

Jennifer Elisseeff, Charles Meneveau among 99 recognized for their ‘outstanding contributions’ Two Johns Hopkins University researchers were awarded one of the highest professional distinctions for engineers: election into the National Academy of Engineering. Image caption: Jennifer Elisseeff and Charles Meneveau The academy announced Wednesday that Jennifer H. Elisseeff, a professor of biomedical engineering; and Charles Meneveau, a professor of mechanical engineering,… Read More »

UVI Homepage Feature: Carpe Diem: Student’s Life Long Dream Granted at NASA UVI – UVI Student’s Research Published…

Lauren Arnold has always had a keen interest in astronomy from a tender age and despite being otherwise converted, she has always returned to her main interest. Last summer, Arnold a senior undergraduate student of the University of the Virgin Islands, spent 10 weeks from July to August at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Washington, D.C.… Read More »