When the University announced last November that doctoral dissertations and masters dissertations from some engineering disciplines would be made available in a digital format, it was unclear how many graduate students would take advantage of this option over the traditional “hard-copy” submission. Now, nearly an entire academic year later, it is clear that some graduate students have made the transition smoothly from paper to electronic submission…
Following a week of anxious speculation, the jury is still out on the political and economic ramifications of Google’s decision last Monday to close its search service in China. Google has redirected its Chinese Web users to an uncensored search engine situated in Hong Kong for the past week.
After co-founding FACE AIDS in 2005, Jonny Dorsey ’09 sought to further expose young people to careers in global health. Now on a mission for global health equity, Dorsey, Dave Ryan ’07 and Katie Bollbach ’09 have teamed up with Barbara Bush, daughter of former president George W. Bush, to found the nonprofit Global Health Corps (GHC), now in its first full year of operation.
On Tuesday, Google fixed its eyes on breaking into the social networking scene with its newest feature: Buzz, which the company bills as “a new way to start conversations” in Gmail by sharing status updates, photos, videos and content from other Web sites like Twitter and Flickr.