After ten weeks of rain and sub-60-degree temperatures, spring quarter has finally arrived, and with it, an onslaught of temptation to spend your days drinking up sunlight. It’s time to toss a few textbooks in your backpack and fool yourself into believing you can work outside. However, an essential part of this façade of outdoor…
Responding to rapid growth in student enrollment, the School of Engineering anticipates making significant expansions to its faculty size.
Having been to Ike’s pretty regularly since its opening on campus, I find myself forced to repeat the party line: the wait really doesn’t matter, these sandwiches are just so good.
The new Terman Engineering Library, which used to be located in the Terman Engineering Center, is bringing to reality the new concept of a library — one that’s “bookless.”
The Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center was dedicated in front of a crowd of 150 on Tuesday, inaugurating the latest addition to the Science and Engineering Quad. The formal dedication of the $30 million building was held in the Huang Center Amphitheatre and featured School of Engineering Dean Jim Plummer, President John Hennessy, lead donor Jen-Hsun Huang M.S. ’92 and Board of Trustees Chair Leslie Hume.