Typically an animal needs to be sedated and shaved before a veterinarian can take its vital signs. Cornell professor Edwin Kan has designed a device that uses radio waves to measure heartbeat and...Read more about No-touch sensor measures vital signs of small animals
Cornell Engineering presents awards to four ECE instructors
Four ECE instructors were honored at the 2018 College of Engineering Excellence in Advising and Teaching Awards, hosted on Monday, Sept. 17.
- David Albonesi, Professor received the Kenneth A. Goldman '71 Excellence in Teaching Award
- José Martínez, Professor received the Dorothy and Fred Chau MS '74 Excellence in Teaching Award
- Joseph Skovira, Senior Lecturer received the Michael Tien '72 Excellence in Teaching Award
- Bruce Land, Senior Lecturer received the Michael Tien '72 Sustained Excellence and Innovation in Engineering Education Award
The annual awards recognize distinguished teaching and mentoring within the college, as well as leadership in path-breaking science and technical innovation.
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