In a surprise ceremony Oct. 21 in the Upson Hall Lounge, the Fluid Dynamics Water Channel Lab was officially named the Charles H.K. Williamson Lab.
More than 60 impressions by the Dutch artist across a wide variety of subject matter – self-portraits to landscapes – are included in “Lines of Inquiry: Learning From Rembrandt’s Etchings,” through Dec. 17. The exhibition and accompanying catalog highlight learning and teaching using academic collections and explore Rembrandt’s artistic process, such as his practice of reissuing small editions of prints after making subtle changes to the plates.
CUSD students design a primary and junior high school for girls in Ghana.
Top neuroscientists headline Mong neurotech symposium