Officials said they have saved $50,000 and 450 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions since installing rooftop solar panels last May.
An engineering professor is programming a satellite that will orbit Mars to find water ice, a key resource for human settlement of Mars.
Two Milken researchers and a CUNY medical student analyzed the underrepresentation of Black, Latino and Indigenous people in the medical field.
Two cybersecurity professors received a grant from the National Security Agency allowing students to work in the Department of Defense following graduation.
The National Science Foundation awarded Rebekah Tromble a grant to create a response system for female journalists facing online harassment.
A law professor found that ankle monitors limit privacy, social relationships, employment opportunities and financial standing.
Students said professors without masks in class comply with the University’s masking policy requiring professors to stay six feet away.
More than 30 Milken professionals signed a brief in support of abortion rights for a Supreme Court case on a Mississippi law.
Meghan Chapple, the Office of Sustainability’s former director, stepped down following nearly 12 years at the University.
Students living on the Vern said they feel unsafe traveling on the Vex to Foggy Bottom for COVID-19 testing, but experts said it should not pose health risks.