The process of normal cell division in the human body is quite simple: start dividing in response to a signal, such as a wound, and stop when enough cells have been produced and the skin is healed. But cancerous cells…
Rick and Ryan Oddo—Two Generations of STEM and Service
All Syracuse grads are part of an extended alumni family, but certain members are actually related.
Take Rick ‘86 and Ryan Oddo ’18 for example. In 1986, Rick Oddo earned an electrical engineering degree from the College of Engineering and Computer Science and completed an experience with the Syracuse U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC). Today, his son Ryan is an aerospace engineering major and ROTC cadet in the very same detachment his father was in two decades before.