Two-dimensional (2D) materials are the thinnest nanomaterials known to exist. Being only a single or few layers of atoms thick, these delicate sheets have found many applications in electronic devices, quantum optics and photovoltaic technology. Pankaj K. Jha, assistant professor…
ECS Receives National Recognition for College’s Diversity and Inclusion Efforts
The College of Engineering and Computer Science was recently awarded bronze level status from the American Society for Engineering Education’s (ASEE) Diversity Recognition Program.
The program’s goal is to help engineering, engineering technology and computing programs promote diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in member colleges and in the professional world.
“I am thrilled that our collective efforts to support the college’s strategic goals, and the DEI advancements in our policies, procedures, practices and programs, positioned Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science to be among select best in class institutions who received this national recognition,” says Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence Karen Davis.
Syracuse University’s bronze status from the ASEE is valid for three years and begins in 2021. The ASEE says timetables for silver and gold recognition will be posted in the future.